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Food is not just a matter of picking a basket at the shopping mall.It is more than money can buy. Growing natural organic food means getting back to the roots.Getting in touch with the natural tastes,varieties and enabling biological cycles to suport us.Supporting training and extension among small farmers. This is our preocupation and concern at Bio Gardening Innovations.
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I have my first crop of oranges at my home in Costa Rica. They are quite large and green but are easily twisted off and semi-soft to the touch. But every one I pick is completely dry inside and has very pale butter colored flesh. Are they too ripe or not ripe enough?
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I have my first crop of oranges at my home in Costa Rica. They are quite large and green but are easily twisted off and semi-soft to the touch. But every one I pick is completely dry inside and has very pale butter colored flesh. Are they too ripe or not ripe enough?

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