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How to Grow Squash and Pumpkins

Posted by Nan Fischer on November 10, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

November signals the beginning of the holiday season, which also means it's pumpkin pie season. There's nothing like making a pie using pumpkins from your own garden! Winter squash may also grace...

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Crop Rotation for a Healthy Organic Garden

Posted by Nan Fischer on November 07, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

As you clean up your garden and plan for next year, consider crop rotation to improve the soil and overall health of the garden. Make a record of this year’s vegetable beds and plan for different...

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Organic Gardening Chores You Must Do in November, December & January

Posted by Nan Fischer on October 31, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

More than likely, your garden has by now been hit hard by frost. It’s time to look forward to the quiet and reflection the winter months provide.

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7 Season Extenders to Enjoy a Longer Harvest

Posted by Nan Fischer on October 16, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Fall is officially here! It’s a beautiful season of cool, crisp days, and stunning colors. Temperatures will continue to go down, frost will come, and your garden will be done until spring.

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How to Grow a Cover Crop this Fall

Posted by Nan Fischer on October 04, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Just because it’s fall and your garden is probably done producing does not mean the growing season is over! Especially because it is fall, it's time to plant a cover crop for better soil and...

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6 Organic Gardening Tips for October

Posted by Nan Fischer on October 02, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Let the raking begin! Or not. After a beautiful display of fall colors, those pretty leaves will be all over the ground. There are two schools of thought on dealing with fall leaves, but we'll...

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A Guide to Foraging Wild Edibles

Posted by Nan Fischer on September 15, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Before nomadic peoples settled down and became farmers, they foraged their food. They were aptly called hunter-gatherers. After 12,000 years of deliberately planting crops, foraging or gathering...

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How to Start a Community Organic Garden

Posted by Nan Fischer on September 08, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

Community gardens are sprouting up around the world! As more and more people want healthy food, they are finding ways to grow their own. If they live in the city or have no knowledge of how to...

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10 Organic Gardening Tips for September

Posted by Nan Fischer on September 01, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

September begins the real wind-down of the garden season. There is still much to do, but it’s also time to slow down, take stock of how the year went, and start thinking about next year!

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The Difference Between Heirloom, Open Pollinated, and Hybrid Organic Seeds

Posted by Nan Fischer on August 27, 2017 under Home Gardens & Growing

It can be overwhelming when you are planning your garden. There are many decisions to make, and the choices seem endless. When you are buying organic seeds and plants, you need to decide if you...

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