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canning tomatoes

Tomatoes and other high-acid foods may be processed using a water-bath canner as opposed to a...

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These homemade garden tags are super quick to make and efficiently keep track of the plants in...

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March is still here, and this week will remind us what that means.  However, I was able to take...

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Help! 

I am in Belize, Central America, and these things are beginning to bug me!

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The high price of vegetables and fruits in market and weekly Sunday bazaar is hitting hard into...

Have you priced seed-starting mixes recently? If so, you're wallet is probably feeling a bit...

An autumn Saturday in the garden here in New Zealand invariably means spending Sunday in the...

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I'm considering adding a grain or two to my garden this year. I would really like to track down...

amy manning blogged  

I'm considering adding a grain or two to my garden this year. I would really like to track down...

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