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  1. Annette, seek out organic and heirloom seed companies like Baker Creek, Seed Savers, The Ark, etc…never buy seed from traditional companies even if the package reads organic…know the source and the history of a company…..

    • Monsanto’s now bought out huge blocks of seed companies…heirloom included…so, how do you know, how do you trust any of them; even if they think they “know” their seeds are non-GMO…just as the good lord sends the wind and rain, on both the weeds and the food…birds also eat what they see, where they are…and poop, as they go…the way many “new” crops got re-started, long ago…and still do. Hard to re-educate birds and wildlife; but they may die of ignorance, with the rest of us.

  2. Annette, seek out organic and heirloom seed companies like Baker Creek, Seed Savers, The Ark, etc…never buy seed from traditional companies even if the package reads organic…know the source and the history of a company…..

  3. I contacted the most readily available seed company and asked them straight out if their seeds were gmo, or affiliated with Monsanto or semenis…

  4. I’ve had great success with lasagna gardening first in AZ where the ground is really hard and now in WA where I was able to get started really quickly. The best part is there are practically no weeds!

  5. Let me know how to grow strawberries all the year round on the terrace using hydrophonics method

    • Not all organic fertilizer is the same, just because it says organic. And just because it says organic, doesn’t mean it’s organic.

      Feed the soil. Not the plant.

      And with a healthy soil life, you shouldn’t have to dig the soil any.

      Your fruit requires good amounts of calcium during flowering, so start there.

  6. I have a healthy organic tomato plant in an 12”x8” pot. Only problem is, the tomatoes don’t grow bigger than 1 inch. I have applied some organic fertilizer too. Any idea what could be the reason?

    • You have to aerate the soil periodically thatis dig around the plant abit , also you can leave some earthworms in the pot theydig in the soil and also produce manure, you have to feed them with kitchen waste and leftovers.

  7. Avoid stress and emotional upset before shows or recording.

    Besides from that, we are all one in this increased awareness for health.

    Distribution: The tree is typical in central and peninsular India, bought at 3000 ft in Gujarat, Madhya
    Pradesh and Sub-Himalayan Tract.

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