Happy November!! With the start of a new month, our harvest season is approaching the end. With this conclusion, us at Macon Veggies are left with some nuggets to think about regarding our future planting seasons. A few months back, we planted carrots, radishes, beets, and spinach from seeds. The only one of those fourContinue reading “Garden Update”
What do you use to help your vegetables in your garden grow is a question that is commonly asked as people start their gardens. Well, you can use fertilizer that you cost a ridiculous amount of money from the store that is full of chemicals that run off during rain storms that can pollute ourContinue reading “Starting to Compost”
Community gardens are projects where members of the community collaborate to produce fruits and vegetables. Throughout the country, they differ in appearance and produce, but in all locations, they bring people from all walks of life together as they allow nearly anyone and everyone the opportunity to garden. In Macon,GA, one of the most popularContinue reading “Benefits of Community Gardens”
When it comes to determining what you are planting in your garden, it is important to consider the environment, time of year, space available, and the soil type. In Georgia, we are reaching the end of the growing seasons for 2020. Environment and time of year matter due to the survivability of plants during theContinue reading “Our Current Planting Plans”
The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) defines a food desert as areas where people have none to limited access to food that is both healthy and affordable. Some noted characteristics of these food deserts include low income, vehicle availability, and a lack of access to public transportation. A big factor to the development ofContinue reading “Food Deserts”
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