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  1. I appreciate your response, but it is clear to me...

    I appreciate your response, but it is clear to me that only the title of the topic was read, not the post.
  2. Healthy Soil, No Worms in Sight, I Don't Get It! Thoughts?

    I'm a long time gardener but I haven't had enough time to delve into the depths of soil knowledge as much as I should. I'm a big believer in healthy soil yields healthy plants. Get your soil test and...
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    There's no point in planting seeds, when the...

    There's no point in planting seeds, when the tuber works exponentially faster. Sunchokes are sold in tubers. You cut up the tuber like you would a potato and plant them.


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    Scapes are absolutely delicious. I gave bunches...

    Scapes are absolutely delicious. I gave bunches of them away to members of garden organizations and many reported back that they were pleasantly surprised that they like them and commented on how...
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    This is actually not an uncommon method. As any...

    This is actually not an uncommon method. As any species decomposes, it emits odors that repel it's own living species from wanting to be in that area. The technique will also help with Japanese...
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    Sunchokes are easy as heck to grow. Most...

    Sunchokes are easy as heck to grow. Most gardeners in my area consider them an invasive weed - because they don't eat them. Check a place like the gardenweb.com seed exchange forum and you can find...
  7. Thread: trellis

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    Look for the tendril closest to the melon stem. A...

    Look for the tendril closest to the melon stem. A tendril is curly and looks like a pig's tail. When it turns brown and dries up you can harvest then or wait up to one more week for peak flavor.
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  8. Great Program on PBS this Weekend Plus Additional Airings

    Botany of Desire (PBS)
    The Botany of Desire: Based on the book by Michael Pollan: About the Show | PBS
    Friday, Oct 30, 2-4 pm
    Monday, Nov 2, 3-5 am

    Featuring Michael Pollan and based on his...
  9. Thoughts on Non-Traditional Kitchen Garden?

    Greetings from Springfield, Mo. I'm a life long vegetable gardener who stumbled into taking over a public vegetable demonstration garden where the produce is donated to a local food bank called the...
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