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PenelopeReedy
why do clumps of tiny garlic plants come up everywhere it was harvested last year?
billybscv
when is the best time to plant potatoes in zip 63901
brandi hayes
What kind of dirt (ph balance) & fertilizer do carrots like? Roses also?
jettdion
Best indoor plant to be kept in kitchen?
Kitchy
best way to organize seeds
What's the best way to organize my seeds?
Roger Doiron
How do you organize your seeds?
Kitchy
How do I use grow lights
How do I use grow lights to get my seedlings off to a healthy, early start?
Kitchy
Can I use seeds left over from last year?
namelessjane
I am very new to gardening, the small vegetable garden I've had the last two years has been more fun and successful than I ever dreamed. my family and I are trying to grow using organic methods, we have started or own compost and all is going well. I'm really unsure on how to fertilize. Is my compost enough? do I only add it when I plant? should I be adding more compost throughout the season?
Wm MacGray
Is anyone working as an employee of KGI ? Perhaps in a fashion similar to a missionary. Supported by the sending organization, serving as a consultant, teacher, etc. Masanobu Fukuoka had a vision for re-vegetating the deserts of the world. Has there been any attempt to mobilize resources in support of any such program ?
SouthParkCG
i saved a draft of the grant i was filling out but cannot relocate it, can u help? thanks, Arlie ajhaig@sonic.net South Park Community Garden
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