Crop rows with biodegradable plastic mulch. Credit: Remsberg Inc. During the growing and harvest seasons, vegetable producers often begin their day before sunrise and finish as the last light is seeping into the horizon. These long days are normal but varied. Challenges such as pests, disease, climate change, and weather
During the growing and harvest seasons, vegetable producers often begin their day before sunrise and finish as the last light is seeping into the horizon. These long days are normal but varied. Challenges such as pests, disease, climate change, and weather make each day and each growing season unique and
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On Saturday, April 2, our local high school mulch sale sold and delivered 11,500 bags of mulch, topsoil and compost in the Aspen Hill and Rockville area of Montgomery County. More than 400 students—a quarter of Rockville High School’s student population—and 120 adult volunteers came together to load and deliver
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Australian Research Organisation CSIRO has developed a sprayable biodegradable polymer membrane that can help farmers produce more, while using less water, nutrients and agrochemicals. The new technology, named TranspiratiONal, is an environmentally-friendly alternative for agricultural plastics, such as polyethylene, often called plastic mulch. Trials have confirmed increases in crop water
Here is a side-by-side comparison of traditional plastic mulch beds compared to compact bed design. The absence of methyl bromide has spurred growers to get more creative in protecting their crops grown on plastic mulch.Photo courtesy of UF/IFAS Methyl bromide is becoming a more distant memory with every passing year.