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Grace Conyers commented on ncf.education question
Anybody out there working with students aged 11-15 who would be interested in forming a kind of pen pal initiative where they can discuss with each other what they are doing/ what is happening in their garden/fields??
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what soil for planting lapageria rosea
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Brand new to KGI, but already loving what I see.
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      Although normally associated with historical buildings and being an outdoor plant ivy does...

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homemade hot pepper sauce

Tabasco sauce is the brand name for a hot pepper sauce produced in Avery Island, Louisiana.  You...

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Mary G. Brhel posted a status update 
I love seeing super healthy gardens growing in boxes, cut out plastic bottles amongst a few other "un-usual" containers. Confirming that it does not require large portions of earth to grow veggies. (Click on cabbage link) growing joyfully in a box!http://fineartamerica.com/featured/pacific-coast-cabbage-heads-mary-gonz...
Andrea Gardner asked a question 
We are looking for Gardeners that are willing to test a new invention that we are bringing to market that reinvents the hand trowel. It is a multi-functional design which does a 180 shift on how hand digging is normally carried out. Perfect for Gardeners with Rheumatoid Arthritis that find it a challenge to work for long periods. We are...

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