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VSU Small Farm event

Dug In Farms, White Stone, hosted a tour of 17 current or potential farmers on July 26. DIF owner Carolyn Quinn (pictured in front of the DIF “growing board”) discussed how the farm grew from a roadside picnic table to a thriving business. The group toured the market, nursery and growing areas to see how each worked individually and within the overall operation of the farm. During the tour, Quinn answered various questions about farming and product profitability. “I want to thank the Virginia Cooperative Extension and Virginia State University Department of Agriculture, Small Farm Program for sponsoring the event,” said Quinn. “I especially appreciate working with VSU Soil Nutrient Scientist Tammy Holler, who was on hand to answer questions about soil preparation and nutrient management.”

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