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

ca commented on mbusen question
I am new to gardening and am trying the whole food way of living. I live in Michigan so right now (Oct.) gardening is over, but I want to get a jump start for next year. I just ordered a hot compost bin, so that is the start for me. My question is: My yard is ALWAYS full of aphids (at least that is what I think they are) and my hostas always...
antonis commented on pfrollin question
Is it ok to practice "slob composting" - or am I just kidding myself?
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Is it ok to practice "slob composting" - or am I just kidding myself?
pfrollin commented on A Small Waterfall Composter

Small gardens call for small composting facilities.In my case a very small facility.After having...

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Treme' Community Garden (Before)
johannagreen commented on Things to make with the last tomatoes

Smoked salsa, hot sauce, ketchup, and purée: these are a few of my favorite things....

johnterry commented on antonis - status 216212063
After weeks at 40*C / 104*F and beyond, we are down at 30*C / 86*F. The pundits promise this will hold for a few days. A most welcome break! Cool!
Duke Campus Farm commented on West Coast Fellow - status 1964743023
Hey folks! I am really excited about this new resource. I am wondering if any of you existing school farms out there have any information on starting a garden committee? I am working with Whittier College to get their school garden up and running and I am wondering how many school gardens out there operate with or got started by a garden committee. Any resources (including who you should include, roles and responsibilities, length of time to...
antonis commented on A Small Waterfall Composter

Small gardens call for small composting facilities.In my case a very small facility.After having...

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