Due to the unusually cool weather this Spring, we had delayed planting our tomato crop until now. During the past three years, the weather in the area where we farm would have already been in the +100F range during the daytime. While this is good for our farm crops like broccoli and artichokes, it put […]
When you think of Monsanto, you might remember their wonderful accomplishments such as Agent Orange and GMO’s. Perhaps some of your family is no longer able to eat U.S. produced wheat or soybean products, like a slice of bread or pizza without breaking out in hives or having severe stomach pain. Thank Monsanto. However, you […]
It looks like the 2016 season for grapes will be a good one for Seagate. The mild and wet Spring is now turning into a hot dry Summer, perfect for growing grapes. The photo below shows the new buds growing on the vines. The red grapes (sp. Vitis vinifera) that Seagate uses to process into […]
Natural mosquito repellents are easily accessible, non-toxic, and often made with ingredients that you already have around the house. So put away that bottle of DEET and give some of these natural mosquito repellents a try this summer instead.
It appears that we are finally going to recover from our drought. The 2016 Olive season appears ready to be a good one for the production of oil. Temperatures in the Guadalupe River Valley, where our olive trees grow in Baja California, have been mild. We have had sufficient rainfall to allow the trees to […]
Here are some tips for packing healthy snacks and meals for your next road trip
These are some of the top foods that you may think are healthy, but they really should be avoided and swapped out with better alternatives.
Fish fertilizer is ideal for giving flowers, trees, and vegetables an extra boost and provides long-lasting benefits for both indoor and outdoor plants.