“The biggest thing in biological pest control since chemical resistance.” Anystis baccarum, or The Crazee Mite (also known as the Whirligig Mite) is a cosmopolitan (world wide distribution) predatory mite and an impressive destroyer of common greenhouse, ornamental and agricultural pests. Adult Anystis finishing a green peach aphid. The Crazee Mite is known for controlling... Continue Reading →
In the garden forums I subscribe to there is a constant stream of garlic-planting related questions from September to November. They usually follow a similar pattern: Early in September the question arrises "Is it too early to plant garlic?" Then the usual question: "When is the best time to plant garlic." Then later we hear... Continue Reading →
How to control Thrips using no chemicals or sprays. Learn simple procedures regularly used in commercial greenhouses for protection against thrips damage in ornamentals and agriculture.
How to control spider mites using beneficial insects and mites as well as cultural controls. Learn about spider mites and what they need, so you can take it away!
A simple process for brewing average gravity beers on a robobrew or brewzilla. Learn some basics from an experienced brewer and get started pumping out great beers.
Get inspiration for beer branding and building a tasting menu from a successful nano-brewer. What beers to offer and how to develop connections between patrons and their beer.
Sure, "farm-to-table" sounds like a hipster fad destined to find its way into the general vernacular of the old and uncool, but here at Spencer Brewing we've developed beer recipes using ingredients grown organically on-site at Full Circle Farm. When "farm-to-table" defines hand-harvesting grains and drinking it as beer few months later you can see... Continue Reading →