As you plant the seeds for this season’s produce, are you considering how you’re going to keep it all cool in the heat of the summer?

Chris Callahan, UVM Extension Ag Engineer, has been fielding a lot of questions recently about CoolBots(TM), a DIY system for cooling farm products.  He compiled his information into a blog post which you can access here– http://blog.uvm.edu/cwcallah/2013/03/20/coolbotstm-inexpensive-cold-storage/.

If you want to keep up to date with the latest engineering innovations for VT scale and diversified farms, subscribe to the UVM Extension Ag Engineering Blog!  Check out other Ag Engineering resources and links on the UVM Extension Ag Engineering webpage.

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