These plants are just waiting to go in the ground, so by April/May at the market, they will be perfect.
That’s Salem Willard from inside the hoop house at Bread & Roses Gardens. Despite the frigid temperatures still, plants are thriving inside this plastic dome. Along with fellow gardener Jonas Carpenter, he talks about starting plants indoors to make your spring garden that much more successful.
We visit the Bloomington Winter Farmers Market to buy tomatoes and berries, believe it or not.
Chef Daniel Orr cooks with some spaghetti squash.
And Harvest Public Media asks the question that drives seed company executives and farmers alike: how can we grow more crops? Stay with us.
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Stories On This Episode
For decades now, farmers and seed scientists have seen yields improve, but they’re not satisfied.
The guys of Bread & Roses Gardens are growing a variety of herbs and greens inside their hoop house. Thanks to the sun, it's 80 degrees in there.
In her new book, Anna Blessing celebrates the relationships Chicago chefs have with the area farmers that provide their food.
Teresa Birtles froze a portion of her fall harvest of heirloom tomatoes and blackberries to sell at market in the early spring.
Serves this dish in one half of the spaghetti squash, then pass it around family-style.