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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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I am a beginner gardener and new to Minnesota. I would love to here specifics of the garden tasks you are accomplishing right now or planning for the next week, so I can get going! If you tell me what you are doing, that will help me know what I can be doing, too! Thanks! If you have a blog about gardening in Minnesota, please post the link! Plus: I would love to hear your thoughts on growing my crops of interest (keep in mind I'm a newbie...
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What tasks should I be doing now?

For the beginning gardener, having ready access to good foundational gardening books can be...

ca asked a question 
We are going to install a greenhouse this year. We have a small piece of property, so can't use anything bigger than 6 X 8. Can anyone recommend good resources or companies? Any opinions on polycarbonate vs glass? Wood vs aluminum frame? I live in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), so it rarely gets below 20 degrees in winter.
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Potato planting always seems to mark a definitive start to spring gardening for me.  ...

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This is interesting information especially for those starting a new garden plot.

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I live in the tropical north of Australia, and have found those plastic bins to be the best thing in the tropics. I stir it up with a garden fork a couple of times a week, and it is always quite hot. I dig the completed compost out of the bottom door a couple of times a year, digging deep into the ground, so that the space if approximately doubled, and the compost that falls down into the hole is full of earthworms and sits there quite happily...

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