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    ORGANIC GARDENING

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    I would grow a garden just to use these.

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    Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening - MOTHER EARTH NEWS

    Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant

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    Amazing raised bed design

    A Taste of the Earth: raised bed is done... with amenities

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    You Can Bury a Lot of Troubles Digging in the Dirt Free Printable

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    How to make manure tea fertilizer for your garden, using economical, readily available parts and materials salvaged from your homestead. Originally published as

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    10 veggies that will grow in the shade (3-6 hrs. of sunlight)

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    It’s Not a Fairytale: Seattle to Build Nation’s First Food Forest

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    Secret Organic Weapon for Weeding | Maria's Farm Country Kitchen

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    mini root cellar

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    How to build the ultimate composting system

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    Eartheasy's Glass Wasp Traps

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    Chicken Tunnel Man

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    Some more composting tips

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    Free download

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    good spread sheet

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    Good omposting info

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    Good omposting info

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    Good seeds from these honest people

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    This is a great site to find like minded people and wonderful information on about anything to do with farming!!

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    Good book

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    Great idea for an indoor herb garden. Still needs lots of sun. For draining, put stones in the bottom. For watering, use a spray bottle, ice cubes, or long-necked watering can (as per all of the comments at the bottom of the posting!).

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