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Oregon Coast Ga...
Posted on: Mar 11, 2011

I live on the Oregon coast and we are so lucky, and thankful, to report that our stretch of ocea

Dantheveg
Posted on: Mar 9, 2011

Well,my annual conquest to grow stupidly long root vegetables has started yet again.

Vegetable Vagabond
Posted on: Mar 9, 2011

Humans are funny creatures.

The Yarden
Posted on: Mar 8, 2011

At the dawn of the 20th century, intellectuals, politicians and social justice groups were conce

Farmer Dave
Posted on: Mar 7, 2011

Here are my garden plans for the week of 3-7-11 with a bit of a recap of last weeks projects.

Allotmentmanyork
Posted on: Mar 5, 2011

This is a useful link to the 'Dig In' wesite

Africanaussie
Posted on: Mar 3, 2011

Only the comfrey in the pot survived this very wet season that we are just coming out of!

Oregon Coast Ga...
Posted on: Feb 27, 2011

Spring is here... or so we thought.

Bill_Brikiatis
Posted on: Feb 23, 2011

I’m not an expert on growing apples, but I’ve been fortunate to be around apple trees for most of

Salma
Posted on: Feb 19, 2011

Farm fresh strawberries of Chak Shahzad .

Farmer Dave
Posted on: Feb 19, 2011

Pruning is important for good tree health, for larger fruit and ease of picking.

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