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Veg Growers and Friends

A place for Ontario field veg growers and those working in the veg production industry to discuss issues and share information.

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Latest Activity: Dec 10, 2012

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when to start? 1 Reply

I live about 100km west of Toronto, and I was wondering when I to start planting  vegetables? May? April? Please help.

Tags: vegetables

Started by Kimberly Dawn. Last reply by ontariotomato Mar 31, 2010.

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Comment by Richard Edmonds on May 9, 2011 at 2:57pm
Hello, I am new to the Vegetable Growers Group.  My name is Richard Edmonds and I have a company that sells on-site ethanol processing machines in Canada.  With our processing system you can turn wasted crops into fuel for use with diesel and gasoline equipment.
Comment by Avia Eek on July 21, 2010 at 11:30am
So, I have a question to other vegetable Farmers out there--am I the only one concerned that the harvest hasn't even really begun yet, and already the price to the Farmer has dropped by $5.00. Wouldn't it make more sense to set a price across the board for the produce, so when the chains approach we have a unified price, and we can ALL make some money, rather than just a few who will undercut someone else to get the business?
Comment by AgOntario on May 12, 2010 at 12:48pm
Comment by Avia Eek on April 1, 2010 at 8:39am
We sent our application into F.A.R.M.S., so hopefully one of our farm assistants will arrive here from Trinidad by the end of April when we'll start seeding. The ground is still very wet. Last week a reporter from A Channel (Barrie) came to talk about the weather and the up-coming planting season. I grabbed a handful of muck and squeezed it like a sponge--the water just dripped out of it--too wet! We're itching to get outside and start working with the muck/peat soil. Once you start opening up the land, you inhale that earthy aroma, the birds are singing--there's no feeling like it!
 

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