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I have my first crop of oranges at my home in Costa Rica. They are quite large and green but are easily twisted off and semi-soft to the touch. But every one I pick is completely dry inside and has very pale butter colored flesh. Are they too ripe or not ripe enough?
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I have my first crop of oranges at my home in Costa Rica. They are quite large and green but are easily twisted off and semi-soft to the touch. But every one I pick is completely dry inside and has very pale butter colored flesh. Are they too ripe or not ripe enough?
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Is looking forward to grow Snow Peas (Carouby de Maussane) extra early under home-made cloches this month. Anyone ever tried that before?
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Two days ago, I have started my own winter indoor garden. I used a bookcase that I no longer use...

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