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28 thoughts on “WALK-IN COOLER PROTOCOLS

  1. Monte says:

    I'm constantly impressed by your skills in what I know to be "process engineering". Managing how work flows thru a system. Have you ever had formal training in the discipline of TQM, or Demming PDCA cycles and the like. BTW I spent the afternoon at Brooklyn Grange today. Annoyed the staff and volunteers with WAY too many questions but came away very impressed.

  2. HLHaidysh says:

    Another good video. Do these walk-in coolers need any special treatment going into winter? I've watched your setup with the A/C unit and the cool bot, does the A/C unit need to be removed and stored indoors during winter to avoid damage? What about the walk-in cooler itself?

    Also last year you were harvesting greens in winter, if you plan on doing that again, how do you plan on having your washing/drying/walk-in cooler handling it during winter time?
    Thanks! I also love that you have changed your upload time to earlier in the evening, it makes it easier for us to catch it in the evening here on the East Coast. Before it would show up 11pm-midnight.

  3. MIgardener says:

    I absolutely love your process Curtis. Streamlined, simple, yet not overcomplicated. We seriously need to get together sometime. If you are ever in or around the area let me know and I will get you out this way at all costs.

  4. R S says:

    you talked about salanova lettuce that you typically don't Harvest on a Saturday…. my question is do you ever overharvest and if so do you ever throw product out because it gets too old or isn't fresh enough for delivery or would you discount it out as "day-old" so to speak

  5. Daddy's Bricks says:

    Organization is the key. Right on! Also a tip if the tape is sticking to the totes is to fold over the end of the tape to make a tab. Makes it very easy for you or the next person to rip off and have no residual tape left on, or mislabeled due to tape left on previously.

  6. Corn Pop says:

    This is overkill, you can store much of what you grow in a root cellar for an entire year! No electricity and no fuss. You gotta rethink this bro, our farm uses a small cooler, and only one, to accomplish the same outcome. We use a cheap AC and plywood to accomplish your "pre-wash" cycle.

    Glad to see vids with baby, power through! Lots of respect!!

  7. brian-t-2046 says:

    some years ago, I discovered a little trick to rototilling; to avoid walking on my knuckles at the end of the day. Don't turn the machine! One hand, finger tip control, rototilling. You run it forward to the end of the bed, then you till in reverse, walking beside the machine, (if you can till in reverse on your machine), or just walk it back. This is for small plots…. I do like your climate battery.

  8. Louis Dugas says:

    about your Earthway planter, I stick a couple of 1 inch aluminum in front of the back wheel long enough to sit on the frame bars and use a cheap 'C' clamp to hold it in position about a 32 nd. from the surface of the wheel.

  9. Richard Bohling Sr says:

    Redundancy is always a good idea. Plus by having a raw and finished cooler you won't get cross contamination from the raw unwashed product. You don't want bugs in the finished product for your customer to find.

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