Two Green Boots

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Don your boots and walk with me as I stumble and sometimes fall... on my face... hard... along trails that lead to green...

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Staggering Increase in Global Bee deaths by CCD

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Robotic Insects for Pollination?

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Snow in April?! Oh, Minnesota...

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An Army of Sprouts Invades the Window Sills

[...] ...and I'm about to plant some yellow onions. Unfortunately, in a climate like we have in South Central Minnesota, you really need grow lights. See, my tomatillo sprouts are stretching out, trying to [...]

Vegetable Gardening on Window Sills? Yikes!!!

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Homemade, Green Dishwasher Detergent? I'm Game!

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Adventures in DIY Dishwasher Detergent: Liquid

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Vegetable Gardening on Window Sills? Yikes!!!

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An Army of Sprouts Invades the Window Sills

[...] to place the sprouts onto... See, I've been planting seeds like crazy.  At present, I have jiffy pellets holding Anaheim Chiles Tomatoes Tomatillos Jalapenos Kale Bok Choy Buttercrunch Lettuce Peas [...]

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Vegetable Gardening on Window Sills? Yikes!!!

[...] to grow your own vegetables, and enough dirt to do it, you can very easily start seeds on a window sill... even in South Central Minnesota ...where many days are cloudy and you can still find snow n [...]

So There Were These Chickens...

[...] to raise chickens?  Want to know how to finally get those vegetables to grow in your window sill?  There just may be a class that'll help.  I was rather impressed. But that's [...]

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[...] ) into a small cup, and placed the groomed pineapple leaf stem inside, then set it on the window sill - in light, but not direct light. That's it!  All you do now is wait while it goes [...]

An Army of Sprouts Invades the Window Sills

[...] about how big those sprouts are! I moved it into a larger pot, and placed it on the window sill, where it continued to grow at a fast rate.  I have to admit, though, that it was quite [...]

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