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How to Save Tomato Seeds: Organic Gardening
This is a great how to.... and did you know you have to ferment them? Give this a read...
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    Home Grown Tomatoes Tatse Better
    This is a wonderful read... i know we plopped in a few .99 heirloom starts by our fence and have zillions of tomatoes now... no work... just a little drip..
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      Organic? I'll Drink to That
      interesting safe local wine in Canada is growing!
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        No Mow Lawns
        with a side of veggies planted too!
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          Massive Honey Shortage Due to Hottest California Year Ever
          BEE the change.... Be sure to plant flowers and water them just enough to keep your local bees happy... and of course no pesticides!
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            Pollinators More Important to Crop Yields than Fertilizers
            BEE the change... support local bees... and buy local honey from local vendors who make it.
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              15 best vegetables that grow well in a container or pot
              Keep this list handy... and start those pots on your patio today!!
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                    Tomato Gardening Guru - How to Grow Tomatoes
                    Just slit open a bag of organic soil.. poke a few holes in the bottom of the bag and put your organic tomato plant right in it... easy easy...
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