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The Great Debate ... A Tale of Two Pea Fences

by Stephen Morris                         1000508 213

(Editor's note: this is a “golden oldie,” having been published previously in Green Living several years ago. The message is just a relevant today.)

My neighbor, Sam, and I agree on politics, religion, and government. We have the same outlooks on the economy and the innate nature of the human species. We even root for the same baseball team and are card-carrying members of the Red Sox Nation. Where we part way is on pea fences.

This can be an emotion charged subject and discussions can get ugly. Turn the page if you do not have the stomach for a bare-fisted discussion of pea fences.

A Seedy Affair ... The Economic Alternative

by Stephen Morris                         1000507 189

This is a titillating story, but only for gardeners.

Many residents on my road have home vegetable gardens. You know this because in late August you can see wheelbarrows beside driveways filled with oblong, green baseball bats with hand-scribbled signs “Free Zucchini. Take them ... Please!” One year someone tried “Free Zucchini. Take them ... or else!”

By the Numbers:20 Uses for Coffee Grounds

by Stephen Morris                         1000504 191

Instead of dumping coffee grounds into the trash, put them to work around the house. Here are 20 creative ways to use coffee grounds in your home and garden.

Use Wood Mulch to Build Great Garden Soil

by Barbara Pleasant                         1000495 320

Most organic gardeners find that following nature's patterns serves them well. When it comes to building richer soil, nature's plan relies heavily on trees -- fallen limbs, leaves, cones, seeds and, eventually, the massive trunks. Adapting this plan to your garden by using a wood mulch -- such as wood chips, sawdust or other woody residues -- as soil-building material is a strategy that promises huge, long-term returns.

Hoop Houses: Eat from Your Garden Earlier and Longer

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Hoop houses are a great do-it-yourself project that can make it possible for you to garden all year long. They can also be used for storage, as a temporary garage, or even as a workshop. They are inexpensive, easy to construct and when completed they also:

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10 Tips for buying an Outdoor Fireplace

by Stephen Morris                         1056 1158

Before purchasing a chiminea, outdoor fireplace, or open firepit, there are many factors to consider.

Permaculture for the Home Landscape

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The permaculture landscape takes an ecosystem approach, where components provide multiple uses and there is a wide diversity of species. As in natural ecosystems, more complexity means more resilience

A New Hydroponics Primer

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There have been many new gardeners in the shop interested in soil-less, or hydroponic, gardening.

Composting -- Natural Recycling!

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The Economics of Garlic

by Stephen Morris                         1000369 733

There are lots of reasons to grow and eat garlic. But now we’ve found a new one ... money!

The Sacred Economics of Cow Keeping

by Bill Giebler                         1000489 723

Some of the local boys would manage three large compost beds, positively affecting the whole community. The boys would make money by making rich organic compost...

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If we are dependent on non renewable energy for the production and distribution of our great organic food, stop the tractor...

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Regular readers know how we feel about garlic. Not only is it the spice of life and the foundation of all wealth, it tastes good.

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by Marcia Wood                         1000170 418

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by Michael J. Caduto                         1000026 405

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