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I can see soil in my garden!! Still plenty of snow piles here in Maine. I'm going to try cloches for the first time this spring to see if I can get some lettuce sprouted early.
Carrot Chomper commented on Chad Everett question
How to leverage gardeners to support local food pantries?
Carrot Chomper commented on Ritak256 question
In Kenya, I used to make Sukuma Wiki, using kale. When I make it here in MA, the kale available doesn't look, nor tastes like, what I ate in Kenya. What type of kale is grown in Kenya, and can I get it (or the seeds) here? Will it grow in the MA climate (zone 6)? Please advise, and thanks in advance for your help.
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What is best to plant in the spring time?
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What materials should we use for building our raised bed containers?
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This year I am going to add some polystyrene boxes to plant tomatoes in.  Large tomatoes don't...

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Are you throwing those vegetable trimmings into the compost bin?  How about regrowing some...

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