Home-grown fruit provides sweet reward



Home-grown fruit provides sweet reward
Also, red currants, blueberries and strawberries do exceptionally well. Wilkes said those who want to harvest fruit will “need to keep the birds and the bees in mind or else you'll end up with nothing but blooms.” The “green” way of keeping birds from …
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Our Failed Food Movement
Because the vast majority of limited agrarian resources are dedicated to fattening animals, those resources can't support what would be a far more responsible allocation: growing a vast array of plants for people to eat. Not only are the majority of …
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To have a garden on the roof
If the haricots verts are shading out the Ichiban eggplants, or the arugula has gone to seed and it's time to put in the Sun Gold cherry tomato plant, no problem. At the end of the season, the bags can be washed, folded and stored in a city-size closet.
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