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Janet Hernandez
15 hours 29 min ago
I was just looking on-line for how to start a fruit and veggie garden in your own backyard and saw you can apply for a grant. I run a daycare in my home and not sure if I meet the standards but am very super excited if I do cuz the children would enjoy this tremendously. Plus they would learn as they go. Awesome!
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df2i9
1 day 14 hours ago
klevy
1 day 16 hours ago
I want to begin an organic gardening program at my school. Can anyone offer suggestions?
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harasho
4 days 14 hours ago
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nobby
1 week 3 days ago
following kgi regularly, all good stuff,regards to all.enrico
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Nisha Valani
1 week 4 days ago
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bd02j
1 week 5 days ago
Lakeyloo13
2 weeks 1 day ago
I'm mostly vegetarian so i eat a lot of fruit and veggies.My whole life i've wanted to plant a garden.
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carolynsillick
2 weeks 1 day ago
It Time to get going, Planting potatoes and strawberries, red onions and starting seed in the greenhouse.
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Nandlal Sharma
2 weeks 5 days ago
I am residing in north of North India that is Palampur town of Himachal Pradesh. Got interest in growing flowers and vegetables. Specially interested in Begonias and cyclamens. Of course other collections are also there, along with a lawn and some 20 rose varieties. Symbidiums, wistarias, bleeding heart , some geraniums and so on. Will like to share some ideas with others.
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bsullivan
3 weeks 2 days ago
Have you tried the new iOS app LikeThat Garden? Take a photo of a flower, and it tells you the flower's name and shows you similar-looking flowers you may like. I've been having a lot of fun identifying my house plants! https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/likethat-garden-flower-identification/id...
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David Ridsdale
3 weeks 3 days ago
Saturday the 7th is Food Is Free day. An initiative started in Australia that encourages people to stop wasting food and share with their neighbourhood. It will be every season. For winter people leave out cans and herbs and what you can with a sign that says Food is Free and post a pic on this site. The originator of the idea that has gone global https://www.facebook.com/foodisfreelanewayballarat?fref=ts
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Grace Conyers
3 weeks 6 days ago
Brand new to KGI, but already loving what I see.
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buchanna vodnala
1 month 1 day ago
respected sir
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Mary G. Brhel
1 month 2 days ago
I love seeing super healthy gardens growing in boxes, cut out plastic bottles amongst a few other "un-usual" containers. Confirming that it does not require large portions of earth to grow veggies. (Click on cabbage link) growing joyfully in a box!http://fineartamerica.com/featured/pacific-coast-cabbage-heads-mary-gonz...
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stephen thompson
1 month 5 days ago
when do i sow tomato seeds and how
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Angela Cambouris
1 month 1 week ago
Have been growing a kitchen garden for over 30 years and there is always more to learn. From herbs to strawberries to the heirloom tomato, I have had a wealth of inspiration and flavor to add to my plate. I encourage everyone I know to at least go to the farmer's market if they cannot grow their own.
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wpbjob
1 month 1 week ago
Hello All, I am not sure if this is appropriate or not but can anyone refer a vegetable gardener located near West Palm Beach, FL? We are looking for someone to take care for our in-ground/hydroponic gardens. Thank you!
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Lea Johnson
1 month 1 week ago
I live in section 5 of Arkansas. I currently raise organic chickens and am learning to make my own compost.
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Darnella Thomas
1 month 1 week ago
Hello, we have very nice weather in the Dallas area. Have a nice day on Tuesday.
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