Growing Food 365 Days by Char and Marv of Planted in the Garden

Growing Food 365 Days by Char and Marv of Planted in the Garden

Char & Marv, Planted in the Garden @plantedinthegarden

Growing food in Canada has its rewards and challenges. The routine usually involves planting early in spring for cool season crops while preparing for summer. Then comes fall cleanup to prepare again for the spring season. The rewards are that we can grow cool season crops during spring and fall. The challenge...
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Growing food in Canada has its rewards and challenges. The routine usually involves planting early in spring for cool season crops while preparing for summer....

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Growing food in Canada has its rewards and challenges. The routine usually involves planting early in spring for cool season crops while preparing for summer. Then comes fall cleanup to prepare again for the spring season. The rewards are that...

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There are various methods to harvest marine phytoplankton. At MARPHYL Marine Phytoplankton, we implement a natural, wild, and sustainable approach.  First, ocean water is pumped...

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There are various methods to harvest marine phytoplankton. At MARPHYL Marine Phytoplankton, we implement a natural, wild, and sustainable approach.  First, ocean water is pumped from the deeps of the Georgia Strait into tanks located on shore next to the...

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My name is Ashley Esakin and I am a soil scientist. I am located in a Canadian Zone 3 and a USDA Zone 4. I write articles...

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My name is Ashley Esakin and I am a soil scientist. I am located in a Canadian Zone 3 and a USDA Zone 4. I write articles on Gardening in Canada, make YouTube videos, Instagram and Facebook posts all designed for Canadians and Cold Climate gardeners using...

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