You can grow your own food. We can help.
sabyc105 posted a status update 
Trying to set up a KGI group in Kolkata, India. Any suggestions where to start?
Alice Campbell posted a status update 
neighbors with small children have had fun the past few summers planting spuds and pulling corn, competing with 'coons and squishing tomato worms!
annemarieking posted a status update 
Anyone experienced with teaching families with no gardening experience to grow in small spaces economically? Some ladies at a local low income housing projects noticed their Hmong neighbors and want help. They are allowed to replace existing shrubs and lawns! They have doors on the south and north, so the experienced gardeners have nice beds. The best method I have found is Food4Wealth. Anything better?
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I’m not an expert on growing apples, but I’ve been fortunate to be around apple trees for most...

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I live near the cost in Southern California (Long Beach) and had these beautiful berries crop up near my black raspberries. It looks like the black currants that my grandmother used to pick. Not sure. Help!?!?
scott.n.dyer posted a status update 
Also looking for other forums to join to research. Young and motivated to learn, interested in hydroponic, bubbleponics, soil gardening.
scott.n.dyer posted a status update 
Researching information to start a garden in the backyard in raised garden beds soon. Located in Southern California Mojave Desert. Starting to research for Peppers, also tomatoes. Reading up on a worm farm I want to start to make my own worm compost and bought some worm castings compost, roots organic and pro-mix premiere hp and made a mixture for my 2 boston ferns I am trying to recover. Looking to get some seeds for jalapenos and some...
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