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Heirloom Tomato Flower

The yearly gardening season is just about on us and for many gardeners that means a heavy focus...

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tofu

In 1980, Helen Nearing, the mother of the back-to-the-land movement (as her husband Scott...

az_garden2007 posted a status update 
Summer has made it's way to the desert southwest of the U.S. this weekend! Today is supposed to be 103F (40C) and it's only April! It's gonna be a long hot summer.
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david e kelley posted a status update 
I'm able to log in to the site today after a few days of frustration. Thank you Roger and anyone else who corrected the problem. Everything seems to be working fine now. The more I explore the site, the more possibilities I see for the future. It will just take some practice for full utilization. Keep up the good work and stay natural. David
eric clarke posted a status update 
just returned, loooking forward to a good year
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dirtman asked a question 
I just bought a dozen rhubarb plants and I'm not sure how big a space I will need for a permanent bed. The package says 18 inches per plant but I'll be planting them in a four by four foot raised bed. How many will go in each bed that size?
rangarajandeepa@gmail.com posted a status update 
loved your talk on TED talks-is it feasible to have a KG in pots - i don't have "Any" garden space
asokan.arumugam posted a status update 
Hi , appreciate your efforts and enjoyed the TED talk

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