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Planted five different kinds of beans for drying today!
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build a hoophouse

Building a hoophouse is a bit like having children: there's a lot of pleasure involved at the...

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After 2 months of contruction Brenda & I finally finished our 18' x 18' hoop-house. We have planted tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers, basil, cilantro, parsley in five raised beds. Many recycled materials were used.
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Perhaps I am never so happy as when I am on my knees digging in the soil.  For, only when I am...

Virtues of Raised Beds

We harvested our first spinach this morning while it was still cool and the plants were fully...

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Thanks for all your suggestions on the greenhouse. Like the idea of the polycarbonate roof and glass sides and enjoyed the slide show of the Fletcher family's greenhouse. Will look into local companies as suggested. Antonis, I'm also interested in building coldframes and liked the idea of using the PE foil.
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