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Many people talk about Seeds and Food Sovereignty these days. The way I understand this, it is...

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Given their financial mess, the Greeks are not being asked much for advice on anything and it's...

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This pepper mix packs a wallop of great flavor.  Pile them up on sub sandwiches, hamburgers, hot...

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Has anyone grown parsley root before?

Given their financial mess, the Greeks are not being asked much for advice on anything and it's...

The University of Delaware's Garden for the Community would like to say hello to all fellow Campus Farmers. We started The Garden in 2009. All produce is donated to the Food Bank of Delaware. This year we donated over 16,000 pounds of tomatoes, watermelon, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, okra, squash, beans, herbs, and tomotilla.
The University of Delaware's Garden for the Community would like to say hello to all fellow Campus Farmers. We started The Garden in 2009. All produce is donated to the Food Bank of Delaware. This year we donated over 16,000 pounds of tomatoes, watermelon, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, okra, squash, beans, herbs, and tomotilla.
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Given their financial mess, the Greeks are not being asked much for advice on anything and it's...

antonis commented on lori.martin@ymail.com 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?
University of Delaware Garden for the Community posted a status update 
The University of Delaware's Garden for the Community would like to say hello to all fellow Campus Farmers. We started The Garden in 2009. All produce is donated to the Food Bank of Delaware. This year we donated over 16,000 pounds of tomatoes, watermelon, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers, potatoes, okra, squash, beans, herbs, and tomotilla.

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