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Contaminated Compost Piles: How To Keep Your Home Fertilizer ...

Contaminated Compost Piles: How To Keep Your Home Fertilizer ... | Growing Food | Scoop.it
From Networx's Chaya Goodman: I interviewed three professors to find out what, if any, contaminants could be lurking in home compost piles.
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City approval makes way for composting at SKB - Rosemount Town Pages

City approval makes way for composting at SKBRosemount Town PagesSKB Environmental received the go-ahead Tuesday night to start composting on their Rosemount property.
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The difficulties of organic gardening

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Confessions of a lapsed organic gardener. by Jessie K on June 7, 2012. When I first moved to the country several years ago, I had all sorts of romantic notions about how I was going to live in my new pastoral environment.
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Tap In to the Organic Craze - TheStreet.com

Tap In to the Organic CrazeTheStreet.comAnnie's(BNNY) is not exactly an agricultural stock, but it has grown a very tasty little business from natural and organic foods that it packages in -- you know -- plastic.
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India's Failed Food System - New York Times (blog)

India's Failed Food System - New York Times (blog) | Growing Food | Scoop.it
India's Failed Food SystemNew York Times (blog)By THE NEW YORK TIMES “Spurred by agricultural innovation and generous farm subsidies, India now grows so much food that it has a bigger grain stockpile than any country except China, and it exports some...
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Fruit Farmers grows profit by grafting rare Apple variety:

Fruit Farmers grows profit by grafting rare Apple variety: | Growing Food | Scoop.it
For the last one and half years, Joseph Gitonga has earned the reputation of a grafted-apple seller in Tetu and some of the neighbouring (Fruit farmers grows profits by grafting rare Apple variety http://t.co/2SsVgtOy...)...
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Top Notch Advice To Perfect Your Organic Garden | Garden Design ...

Top Notch Advice To Perfect Your Organic Garden | Garden Design ... | Growing Food | Scoop.it
Organic gardening has been around for a while. Much longer than chemical gardening. Native Americans would plant their crops along with a fish to fertilize the ground. Start your own compost pile to fertilize your garden in a ...
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US fresh fruit and vegetable imports outpace exports - The Packer

US fresh fruit and vegetable imports outpace exports - The Packer | Growing Food | Scoop.it
US fresh fruit and vegetable imports outpace exportsThe PackerFruit and vegetable imports are creating a tide of red ink on the US trade balance sheet.
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Get fresh vegetables at good prices - The Augusta Chronicle

Get fresh vegetables at good pricesThe Augusta ChronicleWhen a vegetable isn't in season locally, it might be coming from hundreds or thousands of miles away.
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Streamlining Organic Trad... - AgInfo.net

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Streamlining Organic Trad...AgInfo.netIn 2011 there were over 90 thousand certified organic crop acres in Washington state.
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Organic food for thought « The University News

Organic food for thought « The University News | Growing Food | Scoop.it
Rumors of an organic grocery store, specifically Whole Foods, have been abuzz, potentially replacing a metered parking lot and two buildings on the southwest corner of 51st and Oak streets. Whole Foods was mentioned ...
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