You can grow your own food. And we can help!
steve Palmer posted a status update 
Our allotment society - Summer Street Allotments in Stroud, Gloucestershire UK - would like to form twinning links with similar outside of the UK. Exchange of info, ideas, photos, tips, stories, seeds (might not be possible) and general hands-across-the-ocean stuff. We're a mixed bunch... everything from food co-open links to old blokes like me. We have a variety of growing styles from no-dig to organic to old school and plot holders from...
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I read recently that Southern California is one of just a few places in the world that have a...

Happy Tuesday. Here is a link and text for an interesting new technology, stated as a "low tech...


If growing your very own orange tree is a dream of yours, there's...

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Xiamara Parthenopaeus posted a status update 
New to growing & harvesting food plants. This past year I actually started a sweet potato plant by cutting off part of a sweet potato & floating it in water until I had 5 shoots & roots out of it & just planted it in my front garden & forgot about it. We had a huge amount of rain a week ago & I wanted to weed the front garden & low & behold I had a TON of sweet potatoes. What is the best way to put the sweet...
Betty Faust asked a question 
I twice filled out the form to apply for a grant. I saved it and tried to return to edit it and each time it disappears. Where does it go? Why can´t I find it?
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