Prop House – Complete Farm Tour of Neversink – Winter 2018 Part 4

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Join me for Part 4 of the Winter Farm Tour around Neversink Farm. Today is the propagation house where we start all of our transplants.

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Conor Crickmore is a well known educator in small scale market farming and has been very successful at earning a good living growing vegetables on a small plot. He farms without a tractor. He also designs tools and hosts online courses in farming and gardening.

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Equipment I use at Neversink Farm
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Paperpot –
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20 Responses

  1. Marilyn Godfrey says:

    I love your story! Congratulations on your success!

  2. Cassity ART says:

    Simply lovely. What a great place to work.

  3. Saint Max Media says:

    Thank you for sharing. Great farm!!! Something to look up to.

  4. Never Winter Farms says:

    Where do you find the tubular heating system?

  5. IMP Seeder says:

    Is that lettuce in the paper pot?
    Thank you

  6. Annukka Toivanen says:

    Thank you so much for this channel and all the information you provide. I appreciate a lot that you keep these videos short and sweet and you are not just talking for the fun of it. It makes the watching and listening very enjoyable! Thank you, thank you, thank you!

  7. Craig Overend says:

    Nice setup. My ultimate greenhouse would have a doorman too, or an automatic door. 🙂
    Are you using just the one dibber for the same seed depth for all seeds, and is the germ chamber just a high humidity area or also environmentally controlled more that your greenhouse already is? Thanks.

  8. Tim Gallagher says:

    How many weeks do you sprout potatoes. Do they get covered with soil or just remain in the light? Thanks very much!

  9. DavidAndrew69 says:

    Would love to see a video about your microgreen process. Thanks.

  10. wannabefarmer says:

    I love your channel. I am in a high tech job looking to start farming like yourself do you have any advice.

  11. codenameace says:

    About what percentage of your income would you say comes from sales at the farmers market(s)?

  12. rich albrecht says:

    What is the potting mix that you buy so many pallets of for the winter?

  13. Four Oak Farm says:

    I think this is the most professional nursery setup Ive ever seen for a small farm. Would really be interested in what something like this runs in $ (if that's not too personal)

  14. Generative Adventure says:

    Great videos. Thanks for letting us see your operation. Do you mind showing us your pace of hustle throughout a typical day/week?

  15. Marc Simard says:

    What would a exterior potting shed solve?

  16. Harvest Point Farms says:

    That is an awesome set up! Where Did you buy buy your rolling heated tables? Also, What are the dimensions of the house?

  17. Colleen Rodamer says:

    U always give great information thanks for sharing n great setup

  18. Harvey Armtrout says:

    nice set up!

  19. CB's Greenhouse and Garden says:

    Another great video Sir. Love the Prop House! You have a lot started now and looking real good.

  20. Kris Oluich says:

    A big game changer for us has been using Promix which has a mycorrhizal inoculant, to eliminate Damping Off disease, and earthworm castings (purchased) which have a germination accelerator and they also provide some nutrients. You may not know it, but you’re a blessing to your fellow farmers; especially those who are new to this profession. Have a super season.

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