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Organic Gardening, Sustainable Lifestyles, Mind:::Body:::Spirit, Alternative Energy
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The Vegetable Gardeners Bible Edward Smith
Organic Gardening Geoff Hamilton
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I live in the city. I am a urban chicken owner of 2 hens. I have raised gardens and love plants. On the quest to be off grid one day in the city.

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Posted on June 6, 2010 at 4:52pm 2 Comments

I have decided that you have to really think deep with what you will put onto you plants and in the ground. A short trip to the organic store has proved that to me. I walk in and ask for my Neem at 100% pressed and there it is. Totally impressed I start to ask questions. I want to know if there are other products I could be using. The nice sales person shows me some OMRI approved spray. Always wanting to be adventurous I buy it. But being a careful soul I look it up online when I get home.…


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At 12:19am on June 6, 2010, Michael Levin said…
Hi there, Ecopepper and welcome to Zoobird! All the best, Mike


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