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If you are interested in organic seed, you may want to check out this website. http://www.seedalliance.org/ If you are interested in connecting to vendors of organic seed, take a look here. http://www.organicseedfinder.org/Page/Home.aspx?nt=358
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Keep herbs fresh all year by freezing them in olive oil.  This is an easy method of...

Duke Community Garden commented on jasminemin question
What are the differences between school gardens, school farms, children's gardens, and family gardens?
antonis commented on lori.martin@ymail.com question
I have a small backyard garden and love to plant tomatoes. I had a problem with my plants this year, I think blight. Since I don't have a lot of room to rotate where I plant, is there something I can do to prepare the soil for next spring's planting?
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I'm loving some of the new profile pics popping up (shout-out to Michigan's great logo!) --- Make sure to upload your profile picture so we can tell each other apart :) (Go to "my account" then "settings" to change your avatar)
Jessica Still commented on lori.martin@ymail.com question
I have a small backyard garden and love to plant tomatoes. I had a problem with my plants this year, I think blight. Since I don't have a lot of room to rotate where I plant, is there something I can do to prepare the soil for next spring's planting?
antonis commented on pfrollin question
Is it ok to practice "slob composting" - or am I just kidding myself?
lori.martin@ymail.com asked a question 
I have a small backyard garden and love to plant tomatoes. I had a problem with my plants this year, I think blight. Since I don't have a lot of room to rotate where I plant, is there something I can do to prepare the soil for next spring's planting?
pfrollin commented on pfrollin question
Is it ok to practice "slob composting" - or am I just kidding myself?

Many people talk about Seeds and Food Sovereignty these days. The way I understand this, it is...

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