Urban Farmers

A group of urban farmers, gardeners, and harvesters in and around Albuquerque.

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Latest Activity: May 26

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Land for bee hives? 16 Replies

Started by Kim. Last reply by Kim Apr 20.

Santa Fe Urban Farm needs help. City trying to shut us down. 2 Replies

Started by Poki Piottin. Last reply by Ben Moffett Nov 9, 2014.

Skunked 4 Replies

Started by Gloria M. Last reply by Gloria M Oct 22, 2014.

homesteading in the desert questions 8 Replies

Started by Jess J.Chavez. Last reply by Nicole Lerma- Hadley Sep 10, 2014.

2014 Coop Tour This Weekend

Started by BernCo 4-H Small Animals Jul 18, 2014.

Free A-Frame Level 5 Replies

Started by jenprosser. Last reply by Clifton Chadwick Jun 5, 2014.

ABQ Community Garden Tour 1 Reply

Started by Querencia Green. Last reply by Jade Rivera Jan 4, 2014.

YAHOO Meet-up for ABQ ADD/ADHD Support Group

Started by Jade Rivera Jan 4, 2014.

Backyard Farming Series: Seed Saving - From Bernalillo County Open Space

Started by Bernalillo County Events Sep 17, 2013.

Free Food Preservation Workshop on Sat. Sept 7

Started by Bernalillo County Events Aug 28, 2013.

Coop and Rabbitry Tour

Started by BernCo 4-H Small Animals Jun 10, 2013.

Its tree shopping time! Fruits, nuts and berries. Food Forest bulk pricing. 17 Replies

Started by amecus j. Last reply by Tandi Hufnagel Mar 2, 2013.

Demonstration Urban Farm Open House with Prizes and Live Music 2 Replies

Started by Zoe Wilcox-Edrington. Last reply by Michael de Hart Sep 25, 2012.

Room Available in Awesome Community Gardening Household and Neighborhood ($325)! 1 Reply

Started by Robert Hoberg. Last reply by 0irwzg85yq5mr Sep 20, 2012.

Spring wheat 12 Replies

Started by Trevor Branch. Last reply by Trevor Branch Sep 5, 2012.

Veggie shade cloth 9 Replies

Started by Trevor Branch. Last reply by Mark Rutherford Jun 24, 2012.

Tractor Work NEEDED

Started by Danielle Ramsey Jun 19, 2012.

Earth Boxes 2 Replies

Started by badhairday. Last reply by badhairday Jun 14, 2012.

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Comment by Danielle Ramsey on April 19, 2012 at 7:59am

Where do you buy fertilizer locally? We have several acres that we are planting in oats this weekend and our soil needs a bit of Nitrogen added.  This would be a bulk buy.  Also open to other suggestions.

Comment by W.Hughes Antonio on September 4, 2011 at 3:23pm

Chase Hardware had the canner, jars, lifters- everything I needed. Thank you so much- I had no idea they were even there, as N 4th is out of my "zone."  It is a wonderful old fashined hardware store &  I will go back again.

Now to get all the beans picked...!

Comment by ABQ Uptown Growers Market on September 4, 2011 at 6:25am

Chase Hardware on 4th St. just north of Osuna is where mine came from.  Happy canning!

Comment by W.Hughes Antonio on September 3, 2011 at 7:40pm
I'd like to buy a pressure canner locally. Soon. Like tomorrow. The beans and cucumbers exploded this year & I am without equipment. Anyone seen the 16 or 23 quart Presto models or equivalent in stock at a local store? I have been striking out looking for one.
Comment by ABQ Uptown Growers Market on September 2, 2011 at 1:14pm

Music in the Morning @ ABQ Uptown Grower's Market with Bambi 8:30 am.  Harvest season is here!  Backyard growers with surplus welcome!  Set up 6am, market opens at 7 goes till noon.

Comment by Local Food NM on August 15, 2011 at 11:42pm
Announcing the 2011 "Dino" Maize Maze!!! Open Sept.-Oct. - Dino Hunt Game, Fossil Dig Box, Haybale Labyrinth & more.
Comment by MEW on July 23, 2011 at 3:38pm
Every morning I go out and look for the eggs and remove at least 5 almost every day. They usually are on the undersides of young tender leaves, but I have seen them on the stems. They are bright neon green, pinhead size. The nighthawk moth lays egg at night. The egg hatches very quickly and the worm gets large very quickly, within days. They love the nightshade family, and eggplants are in that family too. Also look at your leaves for little black specks (their feces) Tiny specs, small baby worm, large specs, big worm. Dust off the poop so you can keep your eye out on new worms that may have hatched that you didn't catch at the egg stage. This is easy pest management for a couple of plants, but more than that, it gets to be high maintenance.
Comment by David Cameron on July 22, 2011 at 5:46pm
I went out this morning to my small garden in my back yard that is basically enclosed and if I was still in Virginia I would say that a deer had stripped the top leaves off of my tomato vines leaving spiky stalks.  This happened overnight.  What is there in Nob Hill that would/could do such a thing?  The only animal life I've seen are three neighborly cats, some finches and an occasional roadrunner.
Comment by Trevor Branch on July 20, 2011 at 7:18pm
Has anyone tried growing wheat here in Albuquerque?  I'd like to give it a go but would like any input before I get started.  thanks!
Comment by Local Food NM on July 12, 2011 at 11:19am
*****Calling all Abq gardeners***** There's still time to register for the ABQ Garden Tour & Contest. Find out more at ABQ Backyard Farms. Registration deadline is the 15th. Tour is on the 30th.

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