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My leaf lettuce is about to bolt. It has grown a big stalk but no flowers yet. Can I cut back the stalk and continue to grow the lettuce?
Gardening is sublime, especially growing your own vegetables in no dig gardens. Gardening without digging or tilling is organic, low maintenance and deeply satisfying.
Can you eat purple sprouting broccoli that's had a fungus infection? Plants, 2off, 3-4 foot high, seem to have recovered from a white fungal infections
Here's how to get an early start for your seeds. Starting seedlings indoors works well in colder climates.
Like to know how much food is wasted each year by a family? Just what goes into your trash - you'd be surprised.
You don't want garden weeds? Read this first before you tackle how to control common weeds in your yard.
To freeze vegetables is the simplest way to preserve their summer goodness.
Keep those deer away from your plants. Repel deer with these strategies.
You can make easy preserves from your home grown vegetables by canning, freezing or dehydrating them allowing you to use them in a whole range of ways.
Guerilla gardening means tossing seed bombs, seedballs or mud balls into wastelands to produce flowering or vegetable wonderlands
Successful seed saving is immensely satisfying. All about saving vegetable seeds and storing them safely.
Carbon sequestration; What is it and what does it mean--a simple explanation.
The coolest little Newsletter around
Avoid the tragics — grab the tips.
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