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For the Best Gardeners in the Cardiff Area

   Feb 21

Your Questions About Gardening

Robert asks… Why do people from Chicago and New York think they get the best food? I live west of the Mississippi where we actually have the space to grow our own food or at least know the people who grow it. I know my beef is grass fed and organic because I am friends [...]

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   Mar 10

   Dec 06

Your Questions About Gardening

John asks… Is it a sin in America to grow & consume your own vegetables , will you go to hell for doing so ? H.R. 875 http://www.campaignforliberty.com/blog.php?view=12671 Is it a sin yet ? GardenersCardiff answers: It is not a sin, just government trying to reign in the populus and have us more firmly under [...]

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   May 08

Your Questions About Gardening

Chris asks… Which is more environmentally friendly: growing your own vegetables or buying them from the store? GardenersCardiff answers: Growing your own vegetables. * You can grow them organically without pesticides and chemical weed killers. * you can make compost to make your soil richer (which uses up leftover vegs and fruits, plus weeds and [...]

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   Apr 27

Your Questions About Gardening

Nancy asks… Can you save money growing your own food? Although I currently live in an apartment, I’m very interested in the practice of urban homesteading and being more self-reliant. I’m interested in the possibility of renting space in a community garden and growing vegetables. Has anyone on here ever done that? I don’t know [...]

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   Mar 06

Your Questions About Gardening

Donna asks… Why is growing your own vegetables good for sustainability? Why is growing your own vegetables good for sustainability? GardenersCardiff answers: It is not. It is, however, part of “feel-good-ism.” It FEELS good to so it, but lends nothing to the earth’s so-called “sustainability.” I made that last part up myself. – Thumper Maria [...]

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