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Winter crops – Catherine Sylvestre and François Biron

Cultures d’hiver – Catherine Sylvestre et François Biron

Nordic market gardening: a practice of the future

Eating seasonally in winter in Quebec while ensuring a variety of vegetables and fruits, is it really possible? For our two guests today, the cold is an obstacle like any other to face in their market gardening.

In this episode, we talk about the origins, the challenges, the future and especially the pleasure of winter crops in Quebec with Catherine Sylvestre, new author of the book “Le maraîchage nordique” and director of market garden production at the Ferme des Quatre Temps, as well as François Biron, owner of Ferme Chapeau Melon.

Thanks to Maximus for sponsoring this episode.

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ERRATUM – At the start of the episode, we introduce our guest Catherine Sylvestre as “Director of the Ferme des Quatre-Temps”, but her official title is in fact “Director of market gardening at the Ferme des Quatre-Temps in Hemmingford” .

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