Tips

Search our Tips to find out how to use, grow, and store all the produce we grow at Cedar Circle Farm.

Latest Storage Tips

  • Cabbage: Using & Storing – Do you know how to use cabbage? How about storing it? This tip will teach you how to do both things, so you can make the most of the harvest! Read more →
  • Preserving Blueberries – Learn a few simple ways to put up your favorite blue berry. Read more →
  • Freezing Tomatoes – Freezing tomatoes is super easy. Once frozen, tomatoes do not hold their shape and are somewhat mushy which makes them perfect for use in soups, chili, sauces, or added in to a stir fry or anything else you’d like a little tomato flavor in! Your winter self will be so pleased that you’ve done this! Read more →

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Latest Cooking Tips

  • Cabbage: Using & Storing – Do you know how to use cabbage? How about storing it? This tip will teach you how to do both things, so you can make the most of the harvest! Read more →
  • Cabbage: All About It… – In the fall, the farm is inundated with cabbage! It is delicious and nutritious and abundant so get acquainted with it here! Read more →
  • Tomatillos – Is it a tomato or something different? Tomatillos are a unique vegetable that come at the peak of the late summer harvest. They are so delicious if you know how to prepare them! Read more →

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Latest Gardening Tips

  • The Living Soil - Microorganisms – Did you know that there is more life below the surface of the soil than above it? In a single tablespoon of soil, there are 50 billion microbes alone. Although invisible to the naked eye, microorganisms are essential to healthy soils because they effect its structure (or tilth) and fertility. Read more →
  • Soil Testing – Soil fertility is an important part of maintaining a healthy garden. To best manage your soil fertility, start with a simple soil test. Read more →
  • Nematodes 101 – Nematodes are microscopic, worm-like organisms that live in the soil. A single handful of garden soil can contain thousands. While some nematodes can cause harm to plants, others can help your garden thrive. Read more →

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