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Squash is what the indians grew and what I have the most success with.
These noxious weeds go by numerous other names, including Polygonum cuspidatum (one of its scien
To celebrate the National Pollinator Week, June 20-26, 2011, CIEDM signed up the July 4 locavore
I remember eating sugared pansies at my grandmother's house in the farmlands of Indiana.
Humans have been bothered by bugs since the beginning of time and have been applying pesticides
Yogurt is so easy, it practically makes itself.
I was really inspired by the diversity and nutritiousness of the crops planted in the White Hous
I'd like(or have tried) to start a pod. But i've not had much luck?
Living in the wonderful, though polluted and loud and impossibly diverse dimension of Brooklyn, N
Yes, this is the end of a good thing. But really its also the start of another really good thin
Civilization has been saving and exchanging seeds for 10,000 years.
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