North Pulaski Farms is a two-year old organic farm near Jacksonville. Owner Kelly Carney, a former IT executive with a large travel agency, calls his new career a "second act."
Through sustainable farming, Carney has made investments in his enterprise such as no synthetic pesticides, reflective ground coverings and a trademark nutrients for his soil made with grandma’s molasses.
During the late fall and through the winter, Carney expects to harvest huge heads of butter head lettuce, plump bell peppers, grape tomatoes, and even strawberries.
Learn more about this new farmer’s efforts in this video below.
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