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david e kelley 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!
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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!
Roger Doiron commented on vineeta question
My acorn squash vines died. How can I rescue the acorn squashes that were growing on the vines?
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Tonight's special harvest: our first orange "cheddar" cauliflower and red potatoes which were...

smilinggardener commented on Roger Doiron question
Which is better: hot or cold composting?
Peter commented on Make your own kimchi

With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

Jessica Still commented on Make your own kimchi

With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

Jessica Still commented on antonis - status 1460977715
As every summer, Purslane appears in my garden and ends up in my salads. Utilizing wild weeds is a novel thing......
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With garden hitting their peak, it's time to start preserving the bounty....

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