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Which is better: hot or cold composting?
10 Recipes Every Gardener Should Know

Just as a kitchen garden adds value to one's quality of life, there are certain recipes that...

Regular KGI supporters will recall that exactly one year ago we were having quite a food fight...

This year I am going to add some polystyrene boxes to plant tomatoes in.  Large tomatoes don't...

10 Recipes Every Gardener Should Know

Just as a kitchen garden adds value to one's quality of life, there are certain recipes that...

10 Recipes Every Gardener Should Know

Just as a kitchen garden adds value to one's quality of life, there are certain recipes that...

10 Recipes Every Gardener Should Know

Just as a kitchen garden adds value to one's quality of life, there are certain recipes that...

Regular KGI supporters will recall that exactly one year ago we were having quite a food fight...

antonis commented on Easy Vegetable Curry
Easy Vegetable Curry

Curries are a great way of bringing diverse ingredients in a satisfyingly spicy whole.  This...

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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