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  • 18 Sep - Cynthia
    I peel and grate the celeriac in then sautee in a skillet for a replacement of potato hash browns.
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    What types of amaranth grow in radford Virginia
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    Beef steak does not have hardly any seed in them
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  • 18 Sep - John Hann
    I have trouble with germination in seed trays.Any tips ? Much appreciated.Thanks P.S I have a hothouse
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  • 17 Sep - Tony
    As the garlic profile says above, planting time was autumn. Pay attention to the saying: "Plant on the shortest day and harvest on the longest".
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  • 17 Sep - Julie
    I have been growing one rhubarb crown in a pot for 12 months. The stalks are very thin but tasty. Just bought a much bigger pot & some compost to replant it into. Should I put the pot up on bricks...
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  • 17 Sep - Margaret
    Hi Peter, I have had a similar problem with tree roots invading my vege beds. I put so much effort into making my soil rich and friable and next door's Pittosporum trees enjoy it all!!!! I have ...
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