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tomato supports and trellises

Tomatoes are happy to grow every which way, rightside up, upside down, left and right. So why...

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There are lots of things you can do to add flavor to your cooking, but one that I've found to...

smilinggardener posted a status update 
It's been on my list to delve into the new KGI site for 6 weeks - I'm finally doing it today and is it ever AWESOME!
antonis posted a status update 
Spring crops finished.All in all, 16,5 kg/36,4 lbs of organic vegetables off 8 sq m/85 sq ft since 1/1/12. Recently expanded to 10 sq m.

When I first started teaching organic gardening, I was told not to draw parallels between plant...

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Ups and Downs are in abundance at the Meteora Rock Garden in central Greece,partly...

Jessica Still posted a status update 
Does kgi have my account blocked? I have tried 7 times to upload the same sunflower image - front yard garden - & get a red box stating *not a valid url.* Now the Feedback tab is not working either. Please advise.
quiltjoe1 asked a question 
My Strawberry bed is very crowded. Any advice on thinning them in the fall.
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spinach garlic radishes marjoram mint

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