river: Grass Grows Greener on NM Farms - 08/06/10 10:36 AM
You don’t need much help to grow lush green grass here in the Middle Rio Grande Valley. We have the sun 300+ days per year, the sandy loam topsoil, and the water. Water is the most important ingredient here in the high desert where rainfall is scarce, on average only 8 inches per year. The water for our farms comes from the Rio Grande, which is fed by last winter’s mountain snow flowing downriver. Dammed and partially diverted at a number of points north and south of Albuquerque, it flows into the ditches and floods our fields. All you need to do … (0 comments)

 

Brian Warden

Bosque Farms, NM

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