fsa tip #61 how much garlic should you pre-sell?

So you want to take garlic pre-orders? How much of your garlic should you sell while it’s still standing in the field? Today’s spreadsheet will help you figure out how much garlic you want to hold back to plant next yearís crops. And how much garlic youíll have left to sell. Thereís a safety factor … More fsa tip #61 how much garlic should you pre-sell?

fsa tip #60 how much garlic is in your field?

This month’s spreadsheet tips are going to be about pre-selling your garlic. There are definitely a lot of considerations if you want to run a pre-order. How do you do this in your online store? How much should you charge? Is it risky? Will anyone buy in advance? But really the place to start is … More fsa tip #60 how much garlic is in your field?

fsa tip #59 saving seed can start with your seed order

And what varieties should you save for seed? You should start with varieties youíre already growing. And all of that information is already in your seed order. Add a column to your seed order to indicate if a crop is F1 or OP. Then filter to only see your OPs.† These are the seeds you … More fsa tip #59 saving seed can start with your seed order

fsa tip #56 Convert yields into bedfeet (or bedmeter)

Isnít crop planning sweet when you’ve got good yield data? And it’s extra sweet if that data is in the same units you use for your crop planning. (At the Farmer Spreadsheet Academy, that would be yields in bedfeet or bedmeter.) But what do you do if you find crop yields in other units? This … More fsa tip #56 Convert yields into bedfeet (or bedmeter)

FSA Tip #54 How to save a Farm Spreadsheet when things go wrong

Sometimes something goes wrong in your Google sheets. A formula is erased, a week of harvest data is deleted, all the formatting gets reset, something strange in your neighbourhood. When you just notice that you made a mistake, you can use UNDO (Control+Z) to reverse the last actions you made.† But once you close the … More FSA Tip #54 How to save a Farm Spreadsheet when things go wrong