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Mary Hannahan
I am new to KGI. I live in Western Wisconsin and want to grow some lettuce indoors for the fall, maybe some herbs too. I know this is simple stuff, but I am wondering where to buy my lettuce seeds from?
UrbanPlanty
UrbanPlanty team is asking for YOUR help
Tim Basil
What is your opinion about one of those smart irrigation devices which claim to reduce the water consumption to the minimum required by our plants? Could they be the solution to water restrictions? Has anyone got a direct experience?
American17Agric...
Hello everyone I am looking for a grant to further my all natural produce and plant business . Also to teach more youth the importance of agriculture and how it affects our world can any one help me any business out there who would be willing to keep tomorrows agriculture in tact
Massey Farms
How do the grant funding work to help us get started to growing food. We are attempting to grow now on a small level but could really use knowledge on how make what we are doing on a bigger level.
Growing Food Forward
How do I edit a grant that was submitted for the 2015 grant cycle?
Robin Coleman
. This is my first garden ever in life, and I think I have a pretty good idea, but how much space should I leave between rows? Also I read about using mulch to help with weeds. Is the stuff Lowes has good for a vegetable garden?
Valerie Sims
I purchased a Seeding Square as part of the entrepreneur's Kickstarter project. Although I think it is a great product, I live in a part of the US in which it will not be very useful. I would like to send the unopened Seeding Square to a worthy community garden or school garden in a more northern area of the US. (I am in central Texas.) Unfortunately, it will probably not be useful this season, but enterprising gardeners could benefit in the next seeding season. Are there any who would explain a need and use for the Seeding Square? (Look up an explanation of the product.)
Raven Ryder
Any tips on converting aluminum Portable garage into greenhouse? New England. ..would love to extend the season and make use of materials.
Robert Long
when do you start planting tomatoes outdoors by seeds
Andrea Gardner
We are looking for Gardeners that are willing to test a new invention that we are bringing to market that reinvents the hand trowel. It is a multi-functional design which does a 180 shift on how hand digging is normally carried out. Perfect for Gardeners with Rheumatoid Arthritis that find it a challenge to work for long periods. We are offering the 1st 50 at a crazy discounted price. Who would like to test one!
Karen Rutberg
We have 27 4x12 raised beds whose produce will be going to a food pantry once per week. We would appreciate suggestions on plants that are: - delicious eaten RAW - fast to grow / high yield per sq ft / easy to grow - easy to portion - travels well Thank you!

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