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Working on a budget at the moment

Hi everyone!  Roger said it would be cool if I let you know about my new organic gardening book...

Jessica Still commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
Jessica Still 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!
Jessica Still commented on antonis question
What do you do when organic methods fail to correct a problem?
pfrollin blogged  

So many ways to make good bone broth.

Here's the easy way I do it, with appreciation to...

johnjohn commented on antonis question
What do you do when organic methods fail to correct a problem?
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seangardener commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
Jessica Still commented on A Brief History of School Gardens
history of school gardens

In 1909, Ventura, California schoolteacher Zilda M. Rogers wrote to the Agricultural Experiment...

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