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La Salud Pública municipal cura con medicina alternativa Por Laura Hintze.- Tres áreas del Ejecutivo trabajan en el programa, que es inédito en el país. La clave surgió de la Red de Huerteras y Huerteros. 16 mar, 2014 huertadentro Las plantas ya están sembradas. Algunas, a punto de cosecharse. Hay albahaca, manzanilla, tomillo, eucalipto, ajenjo, borraja, matico, cedrón. Hay muchas más. Cada una se secará, fraccionará y luego será envasada para...
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I wish I had space for a kitchen garden in my house. I only have a 2000 square feet roof. Can I grow my kitchen garden on the roof as effectively?
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Getting my blog read around the world - 110 countries so far! Please come and see if you find information on gardening that suits you. I write about all aspects of edible landscaping. That pretty much covers all kinds of veggies, fruits, edible flowers and beauty for all. Visit me at: www.EdibleLandscapingMadeEasy.com. Thanks. Avis

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