Monthly Archives: July 2011

Fish bones fertilize and lower lead levels!

A favored fertilizers of organic farmers also helps reduce the amount of lead in your soil and thus in your crops, according to a New York Times article. Next spring, we will be using lots of fish meal in our … Continue reading

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They’re good for your heart, too!

My garden abounds with bush green beans. Before this year, I considered green beans are edible, even enjoyable, but not spectacular. However, my hubby adores the stringy, verdant veggie almost as much as the New England Patriots. (Okay, I’m exaggerating for effect, … Continue reading

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Wineberries!

Pray tell, what could be cheaper than free or more organic than wild? What fruit could be tastier than tangy-sweet wineberries plucked from their thorny thrones?  

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