Growing food


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The articles are listed in alphabetical order, so its topic followed by description.

Allotment: Mike Feingold’s Permaculture Allotment
Allotments: Subversive Plot: How to Grow a Revolution in Your Own Backyard – TEDxDirigo – Roger Doiron – 
Apple trees: Raising your own apple tree root stocks (Film)
At Last, A New Story for the Future | On the Commons
Bees: Plants that provide nourishment for bees
Biodynamics? | Biodynamic Farming and Gardening Association
Celery : growing celery indorrs
Chick peas, growing them
Chitting Potatoes (what I do different)
Coconut Oil and Alzheimer’s – New and Exciting Research
Cold climate vegetables
Comfrey: why we love it
Companion planting guide – The Gardeners Calendar
Compost: 5 Reasons Why Composting is the Greenest Thing You Can Do
Compost: How To Compost (And 55 Things You Can Compost!)
Compost: Humanure Compost Planting Trials – 2008
Controlling Slugs Organically
Dandelions – eating them
Dandelions: Friend or foe, how to use 
Do slugs feel pain?,
Flat leaf parsley
Flowers: 42 Flowers You Can Eat
Food Independence – First Steps
Food: 7 Foods So Unsafe Even Farmers Won’t Eat Them
Food: 8 Most Nutrient Dense Foods on Earth
Food: Magnus A. L. Mulliner – Interviewed on the 30th November 2011 
Food: One Year Old Mcdonald’s French Fries vs Week Old Organic Fries
Food: Pine Family (Pinaceae) As Wild Food | Frank Cook
Garden Planning: Plant a compact vegetable garden — Boys’ Life magazine
Gardening tips: The micro gardener – loads of tips
GM: List of gmo foods to avoid
GM: stop gm on your plate foods to avoid
Growing and Harevesting Borage – Herb Expert
Heirloom seeds: Growing Heirloom Seeds & Seed Saving : Cross-Pollination in Squash Types (film)
Heirloom seeds: one womens discovery
Heirloom seeds: Saving Heirloom Seeds film
Hemp: why its great
High yield: 7 Secrets for a High-Yield Vegetable Garden
Hops why they are good for you
Hops: How to grow your own Beer Hops 
How to attract earthworms
How To Kill Snails and Slugs
Incredible edibile
Insects: Beneficial Insects with Steve Hazzard
Jerusalem Artichokes 
Korean Natural Farming – Lacto Bacillus
Leeks: Perennial Leeks
Manure tea: how to make
Medical marijuana
Mixing crop species
Monthly Gardening Tips To Do List | Free Gardening Calendar
Musghrooms: Coffee grounds to mushrooms
Mushroom: All About Vitamin D | Mushroom Info
Natural foods: Whole Fraud: Exposing the Myth of So-Called Natural Foods
Nettle As Wild Food: (Film)
Nitrogen fixing trees
No dig method: Fukoaka’s No-TIll method the French way.
Oca: Growing Oca (Oxalis tuberosa) in the UK
Onions: Grow Onions from Discarded Onion Bottoms
Peppermint Uses: Digestive Remedy 
Perennial Corn and Other Rare Food Crops at the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley 
Perennial Vegetables
Pests: Animal Pests: Organic Gardening
Pests: Garlic: Learn About Wild Garlic
Pests: Green Tips For Treating Pests In Your Garden 
Plants For A Future : 7000 Edible, Medicinal & Useful Plants
Plants for a future list
Pond: Top 6 Reasons to Get a Pond – Permaculture Artisans Network
Potatoe: My Potato Project; The Importance of “Organic”
Potatoes: growing factsheet
Potatoes: no dig method
Pumpkins: all about pumpkins
Red clover – good medicinal herb
Rhubard companion everything you need to know about rhubarb
Seed starting made simple
Seed varieties we have lost
Seeds: sprouting them in your kitchen
Self Seeding — you won’t believe how quickly it happens!
Shade: Gardening in the Shade
Slow Food International – Good, Clean and Fair food.
Soil: ecopolis super soil
Soil: Improve soil fertility in your food garden with a green manure crop 
Spring onions (ramps) Temperate Climate Permaculture: Permaculture Plants: Ramps
Stevia – How to take Stevia cuttings 
The Pine Family (Pinaceae) As Wild Food | Frank Cook
The Power of Hemp and its countless uses
Tomatoes: 1,000 Tomatoes from 5 plants
Tomatoes: Growing Outdoor Tomato Varieties – Fruits
Tomatoes: Guide to Growing Tomatoes
Urinating on plants makes them grow larger
Urinating on your tomato plants could give you fruit four times larger
Vegetables: Fast Growing Vegetables
Vegetables: Growing hardy vegetables
Weeds an organic strategy
Weeds: 12 of the Most Common Weeds
Weeds: The Seven Samurai of Weed Control
What to do now in your vegetable garden
Wild flowers: How to sow wild flowers into existing grass
Wild garlic: learn about it
Willow Coppicing Guide (film)
Winter Planting: How to Winter Sow Seeds Outdoors


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