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home garden economics

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growing mache in the winter

"It's spelled 'm-â-c-h-e,' not 'm-o-s-h,' " I explained to my young friend, "with the little...

I read recently that Southern California is one of just a few places in the world that have a...

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"As the days begin to lengthen, the cold begins to strengthen." The old saying seems...

I couldn't blame you if you answered "yes". That's certainly the impression that you'd get from...

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We all love a good juicy tomato, but how about a juicy book about tomatoes? There have been a...

The White House has recently extended the First Family's garden season by installing hoophouses...

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This video produced by the University of Minnesota's Institute on the Environment offers more...

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