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Richard's Ramblings August 10th - Pests and Diseases

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Richard's Ramblings August 10th - Pests and Diseases

Everything seems a little more normal now, the soil is moist and the cooler temperatures suit both gardeners and our common crop plants.

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Richard's Ramblings July 20th - What do non gardeners find entertaining?

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Richard's Ramblings July 20th - What do non gardeners find entertaining?

In order to keep the GROW HQ garden entertaining for visitors I have decided that I need to find out what sort of things non-gardeners find interesting and exciting and did some research.

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Richard's Ramblings July 13th - Growing is not usually this difficult!

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Richard's Ramblings July 13th - Growing is not usually this difficult!

Richard thought it was about time he resumed rambling again after a few weeks of inactivity. The heat and drought has created lots of extra work...

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Spring is in the air

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Spring is in the air

The garden should be a refuge from the unnatural pressures of much of contemporary society, not an additional source of mental conflict.

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Control your urges to avoid premature germination.

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Control your urges to avoid premature germination.

"Seeds sown too early either outside, struggle miserably, emerging into a cold, damp world or, inside where they germinate happily but are too advanced to be transplanted out into a world of frosts and winds."

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