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Maryland Farm & Harvest: Episode 212
Premiere air date: Tuesday, January 27, 2015 at 7pm on MPT-HD
Program preview:

Episode Description
  • What does it keep to keep growing green in Maryland when the temperatures turn bitter cold? Innovative Maryland farmers use greenhouses, hoop houses, high tunnels, and every combination in between. http://marylandsbest.net/producer/edrich-farm-inc/
    http://www.priapigardens.com/
  • Full Moon Farm specializes in teaching people of all ages how to saddle up. Joanne is the latest student to horse around on this Carroll County farm. http://fullmoonfarm.com/
  • In the third of a four-part series on the economics of grain farming, "Maryland Farm and Harvest" is going on the road. Find out what a Chicago skyscraper has to do with Maryland farming—and what all of us pay for food.
  • The Local Buy: Al Spoler heads out to Western Maryland for a homemade jam with a kick. https://www.facebook.com/WalnutRF

Production stills from episode 212

Thingamajig
Planting Plate

This week's thingamajig was used to plant seeds. Each plate is designed to sow a different sized seed.

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