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Also looking for other forums to join to research. Young and motivated to learn, interested in hydroponic, bubbleponics, soil gardening.
scott.n.dyer posted a status update 
Researching information to start a garden in the backyard in raised garden beds soon. Located in Southern California Mojave Desert. Starting to research for Peppers, also tomatoes. Reading up on a worm farm I want to start to make my own worm compost and bought some worm castings compost, roots organic and pro-mix premiere hp and made a mixture for my 2 boston ferns I am trying to recover. Looking to get some seeds for jalapenos and some...
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JIP commented on Make Your Own Hot Sauce
homemade hot pepper sauce

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Roger Doiron 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...

JIP 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...

Miss Lady Bug commented on Chilled Avocado Soup Recipe

Avocado soup has a smooth, velvety-texture which makes a great first course, and pairs well with...

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Avocado soup has a smooth, velvety-texture which makes a great first course, and pairs well with...

Roger Doiron commented on Salma question
Can we archive back dated e-magazine of KGI in this new site!!
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Can we archive back dated e-magazine of KGI in this new site!!

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