Elite Farms | Blog
Using new technology, advancing agricultural practices are targeted at making farming easier, cost-effective, and more profitable.
Though California is known for its culture, its agriculture warrants recognition as it is the fifth largest agricultural producer in the world.
Innovative and more easily accessible farming is a necessity of the modern age, prompting many farmers living in smaller areas to destroy their own lawns and start growing food in their own backyards.
The following six garden plants transplant well and are excellent choices for an early spring garden.
Solar power can benefit farms in a number of ways beyond making them friendlier to the environment.
There are many delicious flowers and berries that can be safely enjoyed. When consuming wild plants, be sure that you have the plant positively identified.
If you’re just beginning to embrace a healthier diet, you may find that your fresh produce isn’t lasting as long as you hope. This doesn’t mean you have to go grocery shopping every day. There are tricks you can employ to help you keep your fruits and vegetables fresh for a longer period of time.
Organic farming has long been seen as a healthy and ethical option to the more controversial, chemically-treated foods out there, and there are numerous reasons to turn to organic products, regardless of whether you’re a producer or a consumer.
You may have seen commercials featuring waist-deep reserves of water and floating berries, but how much do you really know about growing and harvesting cranberries?
August is officially in swing, and with it comes some delicious garden treats! These fruits and veggies absolutely flourish in summer and taste their best in August, which is why you seriously don't want to miss out on them. Check out our 7 favorite August produce...