A sailing cargo barge created to carry agricultural goods from Lake Champlain to Manhattan markets along a historic trade route. The "Ceres" has a length of 39 1/2' and a beam of 10' and can carry 15 tons while drawing just two feet.
This is a home made reefer truck made from an old Uhaul diesel Ford f350. Utilizing a 10,000 BTU commercial reefer unit and spray foam insulation, this truck can keep produce at 40 degrees even on hot arugula-wilting summer days.
Proposals and betas for a POS and marketing tool for new farmers, to connect them to potential customers an give analytic tools to help them understand their market and improve on it. Hopefully to be implemented with a robust distribution and database system to cut down on many of the organizational tasks that can often bog down and even prohibit the startup phase for new farmers.
Installing drip line late is a big pain in the butt and damaging to the plants, but it doesn't have to be. This ridiculously simple tool can be build with wood and bits that you have laying around your house or barn in a very short time. Once complete you will be able to install the drip line perfectly in place as fast as you can walk. All you do is attach the drip line to the back of the tool and roll it through the row causing little or no damage to your crop.