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What are hybrid varieties and how did they become so dominant in modern agriculture?
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I took a short course on fermentation at the Northern Plains Sustainable Agriculture Society...

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Roger Doiron commented on y2tlandscape question
Hi, I cannot reset my password because it asks for my current password, but as I am a new member, I never had one! Please help, this is a fabulous website and I look forward to joining in! Thank you, Sarah
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Is there a commercially available garden planner that you can recommend? I will be using your site for my personal garden, but I am also writing a business plan for a edible landscaping business. I have yet to find anything out there that works and adapting landscaping software to edibles seems to range from complicated to impossible. (I'm not asking for a listing of available software: Google provided me with that. I guess I am asking to see...
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Very excited to have found this site (via the TED talk). I am looking forward to participating on this site, which is now my homepage. Thanks for having me!
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Very excited to have found this site (via the TED talk). I am looking forward to participating on this site, which is now my homepage. Thanks for having me!

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