You can grow your own food. We can help.
HET posted a status update 
4/26/2012 Just made my first batch of stewed rhubarb for this season....just a spoonful with plain Greek yogurt...a great way to start the day...
CostaRicaKim posted a status update 
Would love to know how others in tropical climates are setting up their compost areas. I have seen so many different types.
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Lettuce Table
mommoboys posted a status update 
Swimming in seedlings
Grower asked a question 
Are there still pods? Where are they?
JohnWalters blogged  

Well KGI your new look is very handsome but to introduce it with such a terrible pun.


mwflannery posted a status update 
Great to be back at the KGI site. Looking forward to finding old friends and making new ones. You can find me on Facebook too, and I'm blogging at: Stop by and say hi!
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snappybob posted a status update 
Preparing to pick my first full sized tomato of the season. Black Krim. It's not fully ripe but I need to pick them before the squirrels start doing their taste tests.




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