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    • 15 Foods That Can Be Regrown From Scrapsby Brian Ages: 8+Regrowing your food from scraps can give you multiple benefits. You can start growing your own food that you find that you like from the store, all the while avoiding the 'factory farming' problems that we get from the grocery store. No pesticides, no long trips on the truck from the farming areas, many times from other countries, for your food.Subjects: gardening, plant, horticulture, grow, scraps, start, pesticides, replant, clone, root end, ginger, buds, harvest, soil, bulb, clove, watering

    • Creative Organic Gardeningby Avant Gardening Ages: 18+A garden is more than just a means of providing food; it is a model of what is possible in a community. Everyone could have some kind of a garden and grow healthy, nutritious organic food…Subjects: organic, gardening, food, community

    • Centipedes and Millipedesby Texas A&M University System Ages: 18+Centipedes and millipedes do not carry diseases to man or to his animals and plants. They are usually considered nuisances rather than destructive pests. Centipedes pose an occasional threat to man because they have poison glands and will bite.Subjects: centipede, millipede, plants, pests

    • Gardeningby United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Ages: 16+USDA, along with its extension service partners, provide the public with resources related to home gardening, nurseries, horticulture, composting, and landscaping.Subjects: links, gardening, arboretum, organic, resources, horticulture

    • Gardening - Dig Inby BBC Ages: 12+If you're not doing it already, this new BBC campaign shows you how easy it is to grow your own vegetables. As Sara Cox explains, now's the best time to sow tomato seeds.Subjects: vegetables, gardening, food, tomatoes, beets, carrots

    • Gardening tips and help for the beginnerby The Garden Helper Ages: 10+The Garden Helper provides gardening, landscape and house plant care guides with gardening project tips, planting help, and solutions to your garden pests and problems.Subjects: gardening, plants, tips, guides, pests, flowers

    • Organic Gardening Ages: 16+We've gathered the basics of organic gardening for you here. You'll be able to find where to get your soil tested, learn how to manage pests without using chemicals, and read growing guides for vegetables and flowers.Subjects: gardening, organic, soil, vegetables, chemicals

    • Gardening Online Ages: 8+The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK's leading gardening charity dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening.Subjects: gardening, horticulture, United Kingdom, charity

    • Path to Freedom Ages: 18+Path to Freedom is a grassroots, family operated, viable urban homesteading project established to promote a simpler and more fulfilling lifestyle and reduce one family's "footprint" on the earth's dwindling resources.Subjects: gardening, earth, homesteading, resources

    • Why Youth Gardens? Ages: 3+We use gardening as a vehicle for encouraging children to make good food choices, augmenting classroom studies with experiential learning, building a love of nature, stimulating social interaction, facilitating cultural exchange, and more.Subjects: kids, garden, learning, education

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