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Mimi's Blog

Sat Sep 12, 2015 10:11 pm by Gene Howard

Here is an interesting blog by one of our members.

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Vermi-Tex Organic Soil Conditioning Products

Sat Aug 29, 2015 3:45 pm by Vermi-Tex

Hello,my name is Joshua Mattson and my business partner's name is James Creamer.  Our company's name is Vermi-Tex, or Essential Earth Farms. We are a vermiculture company, and make premium worm castings. We can also make what is known as Vermi-Wash, or "Worm Tea". Our facility is in Belton, Texas, just off FM439.

This product is awesome, and will help anything in the soil grow better than you …

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Wanted: Blueberry Rooted cuttings

Tue Jun 30, 2015 4:09 pm by Admin

I am looking for rooted cuttings of Rabbit-eye High bush and/or TIFF blueberries. If you have any available add a listing in the buy/sell area.

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Free Master Gardener Short Course

Tue Jun 30, 2015 3:38 pm by Admin

Check Out the free basic course and additional courses available from OSU

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Have you tried fermenting veggies?

Tue May 26, 2015 9:51 pm by Gene Howard

I'm considering trying fermented vegetables. They are all the rage now. They are supposed to balance the bacteria in your gut and have multiple benefits. Has anyone tried them?

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Water Street Farmers Market Belton

Sat Apr 18, 2015 8:24 pm by Gene Howard

I was very pleased to see friends I met last year at the Water Street Farmers Market Saturday and to make several new friends. The Vendors there are always very friendly and helpful. I am hoping to see several of you posting your products here soon. If you have agricultural products you produce you can not find a better place to market them in my opinion than Water Street Farmers Market in Belton …

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Kathy Green's Mason Bees

Mon Apr 13, 2015 6:06 pm by Gene Howard

Kathy Green has posted Mason Bee houses on the Buy, Sell Board. I knew very little about them so I started researching them.
Is anyone on the board familiar with them? If so share your knowledge with us. It sounds like they are very docile and prolific  pollinators.
Thanks Kathy    Mason Bee info

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let's get acquainted

Fri Apr 10, 2015 2:15 pm by KMG

I'm Kathy Green and I live in Middle Tennessee. I grow mostly perennial flowers, Herbs, some shrubs and I like to find weird and unusual plants to propagate and sell. 
Been gardening all my life and trust me, that's a log time!  Very Happy

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I have a new assistant

Wed Apr 08, 2015 1:06 pm by Gene Howard

I've been out potting up seedlings and pulling weeds. I've discovered a great number of containers have Red Oak seedlings that I didn't plant. Also the vacant lot next door has seedlings that are spaced about 10 ft. apart That part isn't too annoying I can use the seedlings, but the squirrels also dug up hundreds of acorns that I planted and cut down some newly potted seedlings. 

Last year I …

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