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The past spring and summer were tough on our garden, but we have persevered and done our best to keep things growing. The spring colder, later and wetter than normal. This is only the second year for the garden so we are learning about "the lay of the land." It slopes ever so slightly and with the biblical levels of rainfall, it impacted our ability to plant. Seeds rotted in the ground and so we were forced to replant. And replant. The ground...
dennisargall commented on Designing Divaster - status 2046256585
Hi KGI Friends, around the world. What a spectacular Web Portal, for us to meet, share, and learn about gardening. I have a successful kitchen garden in the sandy desert of a desert valley, near the Salton Sea. I am having a troubled time getting a compost bin going, it is to hot in summer and in winter it is so dry, as well. Does anyone have a hot weather compost, or worm bin idea? My favorite gardening tv show is Gardening Australia, I...
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What are the optimum widths and lengths for garden beds?
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Growing Leeks

Leeks are in the allium family along with onions, garlic, chives and shallots.  They are a...

dennisargall commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
dennisargall commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?

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