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Hya Can you advise on growing Cabbage at Winter time that actually grow and can be used, I dont want to use Spring Cabbage as they take ..read more
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I'm trying to identify these small orange spheres that appear in the morning in my raised garden in Las Vegas. They appear under the drip ..read more
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I have a large client that I’m trying to improve and I planted a mix to cover crop last summer consisting of winter wheat winter rye ..read more
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Years ago when I lived in the city I lived for awhile next to an old lady who years earlier would plant huge gardens over her whole ..read more
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Has anyone used Jeyes in an orchard to get rid of larvae in the soil ..read more
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Sustainable green gardening is the eco friendly way to living sustainably. Some great reflections on natures' way here ..read more
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Fascinating random fiction, myths and facts about garden plants, vegetables, berries and fruits ..read more
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Absorbing projects, garden games and interesting gardening activities for kids to learn about nature, and growing vegetables and other ..read more
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All the information you need for growing lettuce ..read more
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All the tips you need on growing rhubarb in the home garden. This kitchen essential is easy to grow by following this advice ..read more

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