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May/June 2005

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A Birdhouse Isn’t A Vegetable By Ann Slater
Ontario grower Ann Slater sees a troubling trend at farmers markets: many market vendors are either reselling imported produce or opting to sell handicrafts instead of vegetables.

Growing in a Hard Land By Alison Dyer
Despite a lack of soil and an iceberg-chilled growing season? Judy and Jon Lien are successfully restoring a classic outport garden in Battle Harbour? Labrador.

What’s the Story Behind GenAssist? By Shirley Byers Lalonde
Three years ago a newspaper ad caught Kurt Rempel’s eye. The Genesis Land Conservancy was asking for bids for cash rent on 200 acres of farmland around his farm? in Nipawin? some 340 kilometers northeast of Saskatoon. The Rempels tendered a bid and won. “Our ideals kind of fit theirs,” Kurt says with a smile. The story only gets better.

Small Farm Quiz
Which is faster – bee or chicken? Test your knowledge of agriculture on our farm quiz.

Leaning on Weeds By Andrea Sissons
Scientists say invasive weeds are threatening to overrun farmland in parts of the country. Our report includes the latest information on the most aggressive weeks and how to deal with them.

COLUMNS & DEPARTMENTS

News & Notes – Antibiotic resistance in poultry? rats! – more upsetting information about bread? hail cannons? farm guru John Ikerd’s advice
Equipment – Thinking of buying a tractor? Don’t fall for a FEL without understanding the terminology used by tractor manufacturers’
Earth – Most people have never heard of Fritz Haber. Yet his work has had a tremendous impact on agriculture and the story of his life would make an amazing movie
Practical – Ergonomics for small farmers; make your own crop circle
Farm Management – Pricing strategies for roadside stands
Far Afield – An abiding passion for small farms has helped Dr Al Thompson revive an ailing coffee plantation in Guatemala