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Roast Some Healthy Pumpkin Seeds

Roast Some Healthy Pumpkin Seeds

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Inside a pumpkin near you is a delicious and healthy snack.

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Borrow a Goat for Your Fall Yard Cleanup

Borrow a Goat for Your Fall Yard Cleanup

The truth is that they'll actually do a better job than you.

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Cabbage in the Fall Garden

Cabbage in the Fall Garden

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Want your garden to look like that uber-staged Garden of Eden from the movie, "It's Complicated"? Grow cabbages.

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Start Composting, Bokashi Style

Start Composting, Bokashi Style

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In this video, I show you a way to set up and maintain a compost system using the Bokashi method.

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Time to Plant a Cover Crop

Time to Plant a Cover Crop

Okay, raise your hand if you're planting vetch this fall!

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How Hot Are Thai Dragon Peppers?

How Hot Are 'Thai Dragon' Peppers?

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Yesterday my son discovered a new level of hot.

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Rooting Herb Cuttings

Rooting Herb Cuttings

While cleaning up the herb garden and harvesting plants for preserving, now is a good time to take some cuttings and bring them indoors for rooting. Rooting herbs is easy, fun and you are making your own new plants!

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Time to Plant Handy Kitchen Vegetables: Onions and Garlic

Time to Plant Handy Kitchen Vegetables: Onions and Garlic

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I don't know what you're doing in your garden right now, but I hope it involves planting garlic and onions.

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Here Comes Honeycrisp Apple Season!

Here Comes Honeycrisp Apple Season!

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It may seem like a small window on the calendar. But oh, how they're worth the wait.

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Fruit Tasting and Workshop on Backyard Growing, with Lee Reich

Fruit Tasting and Workshop on Backyard Growing, with Lee Reich

September 25, attend a workshop and fruit tasting in New York's Hudson Valley. Learn to grow delectable, pesticide-free low-maintenance fruit in your own backyard.

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Celebrate with the Last of Summers Bounty and Welcome Fall!

Celebrate with the Last of Summer's Bounty and Welcome Fall!

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With this end of season approaching, the garden peaks, roadside stands and farmers’ markets are brimming over with fresh produce. At this point we are taking summer ripe tomatoes for granted and many of us have been trying to give our surplus zucchini and cucumbers to anyone who will take them. Corn and melons are starting to run low, peaches too, and now mums and apples are appearing everywhere.

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QUESTION: Garlic sprouting early

QUESTION: Garlic sprouting early

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This is my first time planting garlic.  I followed the instructions on the package and got them in the ground as soon as possible before our first hard frost (I planted them 2 weeks agonbsp...

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Eat Your Dandelions

Eat Your Dandelions

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Serve up a little poetic justice.

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Compost Sandwiches Grow Awesome Vegetables

Compost Sandwiches Grow Awesome Vegetables

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I'm so thrilled with the outcome of my compost sandwiches that I almost forgive the chiweenies for trampling every one of my heirloom bush beans to death. Almost.

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Tis the  Season...for Tomatoes that is...

Tis' the Season...for Tomatoes that is...

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It is that time of summer where we have sated our first summer tomato yearnings and moved on to just-picked tomatoes lined up on the backporch waiting to be incorporated into today's menus, or processed for the cold months to come. I love having a tomato glut.

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Raised Bed Pest Cover - Redux

Raised Bed Pest Cover - Redux

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With Fall planting right around the corner, it was time to re-cover my raised bed "defense system".

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Get a Head Start on Your Cilantro

Get a Head Start on Your Cilantro

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I love cilantro in the garden, but it's the fastest bolting herb I've ever come across.

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Squash Blossoms (Cucurbita species)

Squash Blossoms (Cucurbita species)

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It is that time of year, when we are up to our ears in squash, so now you can harvest the blossoms for delectable dishes!

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Video: Creating School Raised Bed Gardens

Video: Creating School Raised Bed Gardens

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Our Camarillo Community Gardens members, members of the Master Gardeners, school staff, parents and students came together to create a new batch of raised bed gardens at a local school. The response...

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All We Need is Our Lemon Cucumbers

All We Need is Our Lemon Cucumbers

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Every year since I can remember, we've over-planted cucumbers. This year, we ended the cuke parade.

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