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Meet Kathy @drippingspringsfarm from Judsonia, Arkansas, USA “I've always loved to grow my own food. I started gardening as a youngster growing up, my mom and my stepdad thought that was the best, cheapest and healthiest way to feed 10 kids! I remember working in the hot sun with my brothers and sisters, and helping my mother can all the food for us. My parents rubbed off on me, that I can say with a smile on my face.
A seamstress by trade, I retired from the 9-5 day job and run our farm full time now, best decision of my life.
We grow a very large variety of fruits and veggies. There's not much in the line of veggies we won't eat or try. From asparagus, to muscadines we grow it all, blueberries, blackberries, a new kiwi arbor, and a 40 pecan tree orchard put in last year. I can and freeze enough food for my family and some of my extended family. The rest I sell at the farmers market as this is also a goal for us to provide good food locally at low costs to the public.
We amend our soil pretty much yearly without purchasing anything to do it. We have a free local source of mulch and chipped limbs which we let compost for a year and use the next season, we also save our leaves and we have a compost pile as big as a dump truck load usually at all times. We use chicken, cow or horse manure from local sources and add hydrated lime to the soil from a local supplier every 3 or 4 years. Our property is 10 acres and garden is approx 2 acres or 2 1/2. It's expanding each year!
Everybody that has a space to garden should do it! I think it's important that we should be supplying more for ourselves than relying on purchasing these products. It minimizes pesticide exposure knowing what you put into your food and saves a ton of money on your grocery expense. It is so rewarding to see all the goodness that one can bring in for themselves and their family from a single seed. I have lived here for 27 years now and there's no place any more beautiful to me than right here!”