Jenna is a former Chicago area business professional who later turned to a life of organic farming in the Northeast. She has over 6 years of experience organically growing vegetables, herbs and cut flowers on her farm in New Hampshire. She has grown for farmers markets, CSA, an online store and several local restaurants in zone 5a. She co-owns and runs Partners’ Gardens LLC, a small-scale, no-till market garden in southwestern New Hampshire.
What Jenna loves most about farming is being part of a supportive and genuine community and getting local food on plates all across the Monadnock Region. She lives with her business partner and husband Tyler, and her dog Rocko, who you can find frequently with Jenna out on her farm for afternoon walks.
Is your basil looking a bit worse for wear this season? There are a number of different reasons why your basil may be struggling. In this article, gardening expert and farm owner Jenna Rich looks at the most common reasons your basil may be wilting or dying in your garden.
Bacterial Wilt can be a garden nuisance for tomato plants. So how do you know when your tomatoes have this disease? In this article, gardening expert Jenna Rich shares how to identify bacterial wilt, as well as how to prevent it from happening and treat your plants when it does.
Surely, if you have been gardening and growing tomatoes for some time, you have heard the term “blight,” but information surrounding it can be confusing. Where does it come from? How does it spread? Can I save my garden if my plants become infected with early blight? Early blight can be destructive, but it is … Read more
Do you think your garden grown tomato plants have powdery mildew this season? This common disease can affect tomatoes of all different types at some point. In this article, gardening expert Jenna Rich examines the best way to identify, prevent and treat powdery mildew in tomato plants.
Tomato grafting is a practice that many gardeners use to improve their tomato yields. This secret has been practiced for decades and is fairly easy to do. In this article, gardening expert Jenna Rich shares everything you need to know about grafting tomatoes this season.