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buchanna vodnala
3 days 12 hours ago
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Mary G. Brhel
4 days 8 hours 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 week 6 hours ago
when do i sow tomato seeds and how
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Angela Cambouris
1 week 2 days 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 week 3 days 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 week 5 days 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 week 5 days ago
Hello, we have very nice weather in the Dallas area. Have a nice day on Tuesday.
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tammystein
2 weeks 2 days ago
I hope KGI likes our submission from New River Elementary. Fingers Crossed!
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jessica627
2 weeks 2 days ago
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David Brookins
2 weeks 2 days ago
Good morning, have a glorious start to your weekend.
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ECM GARDENS
2 weeks 5 days ago
Hello Everyone! Today, it's a balmy 13F here in Erie, PA, and the snow is sparkling in the sun! Today is a good day to plan for the upcoming garden year while inside, covered with blankets! We'd love to hear what plans you're making for your gardens this year!
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lmiller@price-e...
2 weeks 5 days ago
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NACGarden
2 weeks 6 days ago
We have just submitted our grant for kgi.org! Our board is meeting soon to determine our 2015 calendar.
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cobprojectcampus
2 weeks 6 days ago
Cob Project Campus Garden Ministries is gearing up for 2015 and is planning 100% donation of 3/4 acre garden to 2 local feeding the hungry charities.
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Filbert Chundu
2 weeks 6 days ago
Happy to belong to such dedicated and wonderful People.We have been growing veggies for long time but We never knew that KGI existed! Thanks everybody we are enjoying every minute.The blog is very informative-Greetings from Better Harvest Demo Gardeners-Arusha-Tanzania
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Filbert Chundu
2 weeks 6 days ago
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Sunil Raul
3 weeks 14 hours ago
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Lindy Lu
3 weeks 3 days ago
Oh...btw...wondering if Starbucks saves used coffee grounds for gardeners nationwide? It is an excellent source for FREE fertilizer! Start asking and you might learn a great bit of gardening info. I have found many of the cashiers in the grocery store don't even know about it. Our local Starbucks has special labels printed out that say "FREE" so you can put it in you cart while shopping and then not get a price check delay @ the cash register!!
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Lindy Lu
3 weeks 3 days ago
Ok- just put the final edit on our grant application. Hope for the best for our school! Go Webster Elem.!
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