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Free Organic Gardening Secret (EBT Pays for plants/seeds)

Free Organic Gardening Secret (EBT Pays for plants/seeds)

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Published: June 26, 2012

Posted in: Green Home Products, Tips

One almost secret benefit of EBT…

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Organic Gardening Is a Big Fat Lie

Organic Gardening Is a Big Fat Lie

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Published: July 22, 2010

Posted in: Blog

The craze to buy organic produce in American stores has driven industry to define what is organic as broadly as possible.

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In the Garden: Growing Lettuce

In the Garden: Growing Lettuce

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Published: July 1, 2010

Posted in: Photography

Lettuce, from home garden to table after a month of planting.

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Home Vege Spotlight: Lettuce

Home Vege Spotlight: Lettuce

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Published: July 1, 2010

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The lettuce that we see today, actually started out as a weed around the Mediterranean basin…

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On Eating Greens: You Would Be Surprised What You Can Eat

On Eating Greens: You Would Be Surprised What You Can Eat

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Published: July 1, 2010

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While it is obvious what the vegetables you intend to grow will yield in terms of edible produce, it may not be obvious that many offer excellent secondary harvests…

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Compost Bins Stink

Compost Bins Stink

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Published: June 28, 2010

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When you generate food waste, you have the option of pouring it down the drain (garbage disposal), throwing it in your trash or composting it…

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Composting 101: What and what not to throw in the compost bin?

Composting 101: What and what not to throw in the compost bin?

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Published: June 28, 2010

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Composting: what to throw in the bin?

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In the Garden: First tomato plant disease of the season 2010

In the Garden: First tomato plant disease of the season 2010

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Published: June 28, 2010

Posted in: Photography

Diseased tomato plant in pictures

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Radishes Pack A Bunch Of Pleasant Surprises

Radishes Pack A Bunch Of Pleasant Surprises

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Published: June 19, 2010

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They are tasty additions to your salads, but have other properties that make them excellent for what we refer to as a “side crop.”

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