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My small garden
mbusen asked a question 
I am new to gardening and am trying the whole food way of living. I live in Michigan so right now (Oct.) gardening is over, but I want to get a jump start for next year. I just ordered a hot compost bin, so that is the start for me. My question is: My yard is ALWAYS full of aphids (at least that is what I think they are) and my hostas always...
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Check out our weekend bounty from the community plots!
Miss Lady Bug shared a recipe  

Tacos are a favorite in my house so I like to make cilantro taco sauce to go along with them....

msseeds asked a question 
new gardener! as I wait for my seeds to arrive, I am preparing the soil and thinking of setting up raised beds. any advice on weeding, top soil choices, potato containers, fertilizer, and seed germination would be greatly appreciated!

Smoked salsa, hot sauce, ketchup, and purée: these are a few of my favorite things....

antonis commented on Jessica Still - status 1585465480
Once again, I can't *share a photo.* The HELP graphics look only *similar* to what Safari displays. After UPLOAD, what is missing entirely is any way to complete the task with POST or SUBMIT. Please advise.
West Coast Fellow posted a status update 
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Hey folks! I am really excited about this new resource. I am wondering if any of you existing school farms out there have any information on starting a garden committee? I am working with Whittier College to get their school garden up and running and I am wondering how many school gardens out there operate with or got started by a garden committee. Any resources (including who you should include, roles and responsibilities, length of time to...




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