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Just one cherry tomato plant in a container garden will bear a steady crop of bite-size fruits all season. It's a tomato variety even brown thumbs can grow.

reducing bitterness in homegrown lettuce

Bitter Lettuce

Reducing bitterness in lettuce - wash your lettuce in cold water, spin dry, and then refrigerate for several hours. This seems to greatly reduce any bitterness.

Simple soil test and how to upgrade your soil structure. Fill quart jar 1/3 full of topsoil and add water to almost full. Shake to dissolve clumps & let jar sit overnight to determine soil structure and how to improve it. Excellent stuff on this site.

Organic Garden Soil: Use Organic Compost +more

Building Healthy Soil - Simple soil test and how to upgrade your soil structure. Fill quart jar full of topsoil and add water to almost full. Shake to dissolve clumps & let jar sit overnight to determine soil structure and how to improve it.

Great tips for building a kids’ veggie garden no matter what you’re working with.

Natural Play Spaces: Children's Veggie Gardens

Modern Parents Messy Kids: Natural Play Spaces: Children's Veggie Gardens -- Love the painted raised bed!

Self-Seeding Crops Never Need to Replant. It's a long blog, but full of good info http://www.motherearthnews.com/organic-gardening/self-seeding-zmaz10aszraw.aspx?PageId=2#axzz3Hqvh5MyM

Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant - Organic Gardening

Pinning now to read later, interesting idea: Self-Seeding Crops You’ll Never Need to Replant

Mahaffey Parcel  school? 18 Foods you can regrow from kitchen scraps

18 Foods you can regrow from kitchen scraps Beets Onions Basil Lemongrass Mushroom Bok Choy Garlic Ginger Pumpkin Lentils Avocado Celery, Romaine Lettuce and Cabbage Pineapple Carrot Tops Green Onions & Leeks Potatoes/Sweet Potatoes Tomatoes Apples

Why and how to start seeds in newspaper pots.

Origami Newspaper Planter: Recycle your newspaper with an easily folded biodegradable pot, perfect for starting seeds. This newspaper planter can be set right into the ground, where it will not only protect the fragile root system of your seedling, but al

Attach tubing to rake prongs to create even planting rows.

Rake with cut off tubes for pre-measured row spacing - great Idea for planting seeds. what a neat idea!

Build A Greenhouse | Gardening Tips And Tricks To Become A Successful Homesteader

Gardening Tips And Tricks To Become A Successful Homesteader

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