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Grow More Food in Small Spaces

Grow More Food in Small Spaces

Why is it the best ideas for solving gardening problems come from creative gardeners? That’s because gardeners, like Margaret Park, are always searching for ways to overcome obstacles, including how to garden in the smallest of spaces.

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A Gardeners Guide to Pesticide-Free Produce

A Gardener's Guide to Pesticide-Free Produce

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The Environmental Working Group (EWG) has released its new list of the top 12 commercially-grown fruits and vegetables with the most pesticide residues. That’s the bad news. The good news is you can grow many of the “Dirty Dozen” organically on your own.

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Organic Gardeners Companion Book Review

"Organic Gardener's Companion" Book Review

It is possible to grow an organic vegetable garden in the West. All you need is soil, sun, seeds and Jane Shellenberger’s new book.

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Veggie Trends for 2012

Veggie Trends for 2012

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Vegetable gardeners are in for some nice surprises as they get ready for the 2012 gardening season.

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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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Organic Fertilizer Sources for the Garden

Organic Fertilizer Sources for the Garden

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Here's a list of some organic fertilizers that you may want to have on hand.

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Video: Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants = Healthy People

Video: Healthy Soil = Healthy Plants = Healthy People

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The healthier your soil, the better your vegetables will grow. Watch this video to see what makes healthy soil.

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Organic Chemistry on the White House Lawn?

Organic Chemistry on the White House Lawn?

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Nobody lobbies me about how I grow my garden, but then again, I'm not part of the power elite.

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The Sludge Report: Using Recycled Municipal Wastewater Solids as a Soil Amendment

The Sludge Report: Using Recycled Municipal Wastewater Solids as a Soil Amendment

Should you put compost derived from wastewater solids on your kitchen garden? The answers are hard to come by, but the questions are worth asking.

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Biologicals Do a Number on Pests

Biologicals Do a Number on Pests

When faced with the need to use an insecticide, here are a few guidelines to using the least-toxic ones.

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Using Manure to Fertilize Your Garden

Using Manure to Fertilize Your Garden

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Whether it's from cows, goats, rabbits, or birds, manure makes for good growing.

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