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Roger Doiron commented on pfrollin question
What's the best way to harvest chard?
RexLucis commented on pfrollin question
What's the best way to harvest chard?
pfrollin asked a question 
What's the best way to harvest chard?
Jessica Still commented on question
I have a small backyard garden and love to plant tomatoes. I had a problem with my plants this year, I think blight. Since I don't have a lot of room to rotate where I plant, is there something I can do to prepare the soil for next spring's planting?
johannagreen asked a question 
I'm wondering what my fellows suggest I do with a small harvest of habenero peppers?
kmoorad commented on Make Your Own Hot Sauce
homemade hot pepper sauce

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

West Coast Fellow commented on West Coast Fellow - status 1964743023
Hey folks! I am really excited about this new resource. I am wondering if any of you existing school farms out there have any information on starting a garden committee? I am working with Whittier College to get their school garden up and running and I am wondering how many school gardens out there operate with or got started by a garden committee. Any resources (including who you should include, roles and responsibilities, length of time to...
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If you are interested in organic seed, you may want to check out this website. If you are interested in connecting to vendors of organic seed, take a look here.
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