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Gulf 'dead zone' may triple in size

Researchers measuring the "dead zone" in the Gulf of Mexico say it is currently about 3,300 square miles but some scientists say it could b…

Started by David Hart

17 Jul 20, 2011
Reply by Kobus Jooste

maui vacationer wanted

aloha friends,sunnyside gardens is looking for a short term renter while we take a road trip. we would love to share our wonderful little h…

Started by francis spalluto

2 Jul 12, 2011
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Woman Faces 93-Days in Jail For Planting Vegetable Garden

A gardening friend of mine posted this on his facebook page. You'd think the city would have more important things to worry about....'?' ht…

Started by David Hart

15 Jul 11, 2011
Reply by Eric Warwick

Flesh eating bacteria?

Wow!  Just saw this.  Kind of scary that a girl contracted flesh eating bacteria from a fish tank...   http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2011/0

Started by Jim Logios

9 Jul 8, 2011
Reply by TCLynx

When will the 2000th member join?

What date and time (Mountain Time zone) do you think the 2000th member will join?  As of now - 7/1/2011, at 1:00 MDT - we have 1970 members…

Started by Sylvia Bernstein

102 Jul 5, 2011
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Leachate from worm composting bin-

>> OFF TOPIC << Hey Now! I have a worm composting bin-I added 25 mil seaweed extract to 1 gal leachate & (about 10 mil) - a…

Started by Growzay

5 Jul 3, 2011
Reply by TCLynx

My new site

Hi all! It's nice to see so many people coming together to share information about aquaponics! I haven't posted but I have learned a lot ju…

Started by Sean Piper

1 May 11, 2011
Reply by Sean Piper

Hero of Alexandria, 1st cen. C.E., has bell siphon, first 'Coke machine', turns water to wine.

  Hi Y'all,   I find it fascinating to see how complex ancients were, unlike common stereotypes of them as two steps beyond cave men. Hero…

Started by Homefire

1 Apr 26, 2011
Reply by Homefire

Torn out ivy, what to do with it?

I pulled out 14 year old ivy last month and, as one might imagine, there were many woody parts to it. (also a, small, tree I was told to cu…

Started by Eric Warwick

1 Apr 7, 2011
Reply by TCLynx

Cost of Food

I just read an article about costs. Apparently the cost of vegetables rose 50% last month. It is becoming more and important to grow some o…

Started by B. Pearcy

4 Mar 29, 2011
Reply by B. Pearcy

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