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5 Ways to Extend your Growing Season — Gardening 4 Gains

You are still able to grow a wide variety of things through the fall. Some crops are frost-tolerant – spinach, kale, and garlic will even be more flavorful through colder weather or after a frost!

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Powder Mildew in the Organic Garden — Natural Inspiration

This was a bad year in the Mid-Michigan area for plants susceptible to Powder Mildew (PM). Many organic gardeners lost their squash, pumpkins and cucumbers to this menace.

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Why Garden and Eat Organic? — Natural Inspiration

Here is a ton of research in a tiny nut shell: The top reason I can think of to garden organically is to avoid chemicals. Chemicals are toxic to the organic human body.

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Why Garden and Eat Organic?

Here is a ton of research in a tiny nut shell:

The top reason I can think of to garden organically is to avoid chemicals. 615 more words

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Powder Mildew in the Organic Garden

This was a bad year in the Mid-Michigan area for plants susceptible to Powder Mildew (PM). Many organic gardeners lost their squash, pumpkins and cucumbers to this menace. 440 more words

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Busy Busy Busy!

It’s been absolutely buzzing around the homestead lately, unfortunately, literally… We finally decided to get our own yellow jacket pesticides as they’re beginning to take over the south side of our property, and that’s just not okay. 453 more words

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5 Ways to Extend your Growing Season

Gardening is a great hobby – it gets you outside, keeps you active, and there’s the great reward of fresh veggies! Of course, towards the end of summer, and as we drift into the fall, we know the fateful ending of the gardening season with the coming of football & frost. 523 more words

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