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johannagreen blogged  

Potato planting always seems to mark a definitive start to spring gardening for me.  ...

david e kelley blogged  

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

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Africanaussie posted a status update 
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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giant lady beetle
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use cold frame as propagation bed
Rusto asked a question 
I have a 5X10 spot in our community garden, so far I have planned it out using the Kitchen Garden Planner and the Square Foot method, I was just wondering if this will be the most efficient way to grow and utilize most of the space that I have??
ColleenD posted a status update 
Greetings fellow gardeners: What do you have planted? I've got cabbage and cauliflower in. Lettuce and radishes are up.
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kittyrosey posted a status update 
Hello! Glad to find this site!
LuminSteyn posted a status update 
hallo all this looks great ,happy to be here

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