The No-Till Market Garden Podcast w/ Tony & Denise Gaetz of Bare MNT Farm
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You asked, and we listened! Today, we’re stoked to have flower farmers Tony and Denise of Bare MTN Farm, profiled in the Organic No-Till Revolution by Andrew Mefferd. We review the evolution of no-till on their small farm in Oregan, talk about what has—and hasn’t—worked for them and how important context is within biological farming, and get some hard and fast knowledge on production and marketing for us flower growing beginners. They do beautiful work, both literally and figuratively.