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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
Guerrilla Gardener blogged  

Every Gardener needs a tool box. Maybe it’s in a traditional container but maybe it’s in a caddy...

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cilantro, dill, and basil
cwolf19380 asked a question 
Are there any uses for old corn meal - a little rancid smelling - hate to throw it out if it has any garden use. Veggies or lawn? TX
PALawler asked a question 
Any ideas for inexpensive supports for tomato plants?
RobWilcox posted a status update 
Going to check if my potatoes are sprouting tomorrow.
2e posted a status update 
Planted Swiss chard on Sunday; it got rained on that night; already sprouting by Tuesday. :)
oceandreamer asked a question 
Any tips on getting garlic to grow to maturity? Last year mine did not turn into anything...really wanna make it work this year!

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