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Thanks for all your suggestions on the greenhouse. Like the idea of the polycarbonate roof and glass sides and enjoyed the slide show of the Fletcher family's greenhouse. Will look into local companies as suggested. Antonis, I'm also interested in building coldframes and liked the idea of using the PE foil.
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I love the idea of a spring tonic. After a winter of roots, grains and deer jerky, the human...

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just picked some volunteer spinach, am going back for young onions after i blend the dressing.
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What do you do when organic methods fail to correct a problem?
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What natural methods can I use to control caterpillars?
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We're going to announce programming next week for the Urban Agriculture Summit in Toronto - visit our website and learn more about how you can gains skills to increase urban ag in your community! www.urbanagsummit.org
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