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antonis
ladybug eating aphids
What do you do when organic methods fail to correct a problem?
Rusto
What natural methods can I use to control caterpillars?
MinneapolisMama
What tasks should I be doing now?
ca
We are going to install a greenhouse this year. We have a small piece of property, so can't use anything bigger than 6 X 8. Can anyone recommend good resources or companies? Any opinions on polycarbonate vs glass? Wood vs aluminum frame? I live in the Pacific Northwest (U.S.), so it rarely gets below 20 degrees in winter.
Rusto
I have a 5X10 spot in our community garden, so far I have planned it out using the Kitchen Garden Planner and the Square Foot method, I was just wondering if this will be the most efficient way to grow and utilize most of the space that I have??
JudithFarr
Are moles bad for my veg? Is there anything ecologically friendly I can do about them if they are?
igrowfood
Peppers started in soil blocks have yellowish leaves
Grower
Are there still pods? Where are they?
KGI
How do I apply for partnership or for a grant?
KGI
How do I have my blog posts and recipes featured on the KGI homepage and/or newsletter?
KGI
How do I change my password?
KGI
Why might I want to crosspost some of my garden posts and recipes on KGI.org?

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