"Farmland around Toronto might be a little too expensive for what you are looking for.
You might want to search Google for any urban gardening clubs in the Toronto area.
You could start out and if you like it, look for a larger property."
"Try checking out Farm Link, www.farmlink.net, a project of Farm Start: www.farmstart.ca. This is a program dedicated to innovative land tenure arrangements. You might be able to set up an arrangement with other new farmers that is mutually…"
"If you are moving back to Toronto I suggest that you visit some of the local farmers markets vendors to see if you can swap some labour for some fruit and vegetables....they likely need seasonal help they can dount on and you get to work with…"
"Thank you for getting back to me. Right now I live in NYC. I am planning a move back to Toronto and am currently looking at real estate. I originally come from Sarnia and always picked fruit in Forest. I wanted to make an…"
"Where are you located Ren? Do you have any experience? What type of farm are you interested in? Livestock, horticulture, cash crop? Are you able to do physica labour?
Answering some of these questions might help someone…"
I have been hearing reports of soybean aphids starting to pop up on non-Cruiser soybeans in Ontario. It has been a few years since we’ve had to deal with them so I thought a refresher might be in order.
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