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mrbobpowell
Hi Folks, I have a question about appropriate ground cover around some raised beds.
stephenwsutton@...
I live near the cost in Southern California (Long Beach) and had these beautiful berries crop up near my black raspberries. It looks like the black currants that my grandmother used to pick. Not sure. Help!?!?
Salma
Can we archive back dated e-magazine of KGI in this new site!!
Chad Everett
How to leverage gardeners to support local food pantries?
luiza.portes
Hi, I've started to grow my own salad veggies a month ago, so I'm a beginner. One of the herbs I planted was salad rocket. I have struggled to find information about what time of the year you should plant it so I planted it a month ago, in October (spring in South Africa - lots of rain). I read that once it flowers, that's it, the plant will start tasting bitter and you'll need to buy more seedlings. My one month old rocket (one of 5) is already about 30cm tall and it's flowering! I would like to know if anyone has tips for growing rocket and to growing more seedlings yourself instead of having to buy it every time. Many thanks, Luiza
L.viswanathan
Is fhere anything by name TUBE COMPOST?
Roger Doiron
preserving mint
What's the best way to preserve mint?
The Family Food...
Has anyone grown parsley root before?
annemarieking
Any experience helping "newbies" in housing projects?
pfrollin
harvesting chard
What's the best way to harvest chard?
johannagreen
I'm wondering what my fellows suggest I do with a small harvest of habenero peppers?
lori.martin@yma...
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?

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