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merryj
dividing rhubarb crowns
How and when do you divide rhubarb crowns?
K9FindM
What are the optimum widths and lengths for garden beds?
K9FindM
Questions! - Depth of beds - living in PA and wondering if I can go with 2"x12" boards and if I should go 24" deep or if 12" is deep enough for my raised beds. Also, what should I use to fill them with? What type of mix? Can I used gravel at the base for drainage? Should I be lining the very bottom of the beds with screen to keep the grass from coming through?
lmyers
Why can't I find my KGI Garden Planner plans?
carolandsteve
Can someone tell me how I build a lettuice wall!...I am desperate to know now so that I can have it ready for planting. Thanks
phylliszoon
lumber for raised beds
What materials should we use for building our raised bed containers?
gtspp2012
How do you get newbies interested, involved, and committed to home/community gardening for food production?
toutebelle
Hi, I just discovered your video and this fantastic website. I'm a beginner in gardening and I live in Australia. WA Geraldton. I would like to find some gardenners from the same area. Any idea ?
GLFH
Is the new Johnnyseed.com product SALANOVA organically cultivated? Nowhere in the literature or video does it say? Makes a pretty crop, but is it GMO to get that way? HELP! Please point the way.
Anne Gatschet
What does "early" refer to?
Ritak256
In Kenya, I used to make Sukuma Wiki, using kale. When I make it here in MA, the kale available doesn't look, nor tastes like, what I ate in Kenya. What type of kale is grown in Kenya, and can I get it (or the seeds) here? Will it grow in the MA climate (zone 6)? Please advise, and thanks in advance for your help.
ameliaheintzb
What is best to plant in the spring time?

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