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Kirsten Madaus posted a blog post

Party in the CSA**

The CSA is in full swing and we are eating local produce morning, noon and night.I look at the box as inspiration, challenge, and opportunity.A recent weekend breakfast was Swiss chard and potato hash topped with fried eggs, along with backyard…See More
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Korean kimchi

Korean kimchi is one of the most representative of South Korea's traditional dishes, but also a typical fermented food. South Korea is located in the high latitude of South Korea because of the long winter, the weather is very cold, the growing…See More
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Marianne Smith posted a blog post

JULY Seed Planting Guide for the US by Region

Thrilled to share our recent SEED PLANTING GUIDEfrom Mary's Heirloom Seeds…See More
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Kirsten Madaus posted a blog post

Lots of color in the kitchen! Beet Hummus, Grilled Kohlrabi Chips, and Zucchini Pancakes

My first time having success growing banana peppers! I love 'em in sandwiches and on pizza so every year I plan to put them up as pickled peppers. Usually my plants produce a single pepper at a time, though, so I add them to Layered Summer Vegetable…See More
Jun 28
Russ Baker is now a member of HOMEGROWN
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herbert brown posted a status
"Lost all my vine plants , not really sure what happened , fine one day , mush the next , and I wasn't over watering them . hmmm"
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Dylan posted a blog post

Crayfish,Do you konw ?

Crayfish (scientific name: Procambarus clarkii): also known as crayfish, red crayfish and freshwater crayfish. The shape of a shrimp and a hard shell. Adult body length of about 5.6~11.9 cm, dark red, part of the shell is nearly black, the back of…See More
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HOMEGROWN 101s

HOMEGROWN 101: Plant and Grow

In season: Why wing it? Get organized with the Garden Planning 101
More: Tips on transplanting and raising ducks
See all: Plant and Grow 101s, including how to grow various veggies

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HOMEGROWN 101: Cook and Preserve

In season: Spice it up! Make your own harissa
More: Jennifer on homemade bitters, tips on choosing a CSA
See all: Find more recipes and kitchen techniques in Cook and Preserve 101s

91 discussions

HOMEGROWN 101: Make and Craft

In season: Assemble your own Mason jar bird feeder
More: Try Toni’s homemade body scrub and Charlyn’s beeswax candles
See all: Get crafty! Find oodles more Make and Craft 101s

61 discussions

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Calling all HOMEGROWN types: Got a question? Ask it here! Want to share what you know? Discuss it here! Consider this forum your community garden, where you can learn from and help each other. Hooray, teamwork!

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