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janice77 asked a question 
I have a great growth of grapes in my garden(first time) but I do not know when to cut them for use at home and as gifts.Should they be cut raw or allowed to ripen on the plant?
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Today was supposed to be sunny, and I spent the morning volunteering at our local markets...

Leafylaura asked a question 
Starting up my first kitchen garden, does anyone have any good tips?
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spinach harvest
LindaMurdock posted a status update 
Good luck so far this season. My "currant" tomatoes are setting lots of fruit. My "bush" beans that climbed up some string supports are setting lots of beans. Brussel sprouts are making progress, about a foot high now. Pepper plants had aphids so I bought some lady bugs for them and that seems to be working. Herbs are doing well; mint, lavender, rosemary, oregano, parsley, and basil. Carrot seedlings are disappointing at the moment....
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pole bean trellis

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