My Friend Eddy and His Gardens

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Last week I posted this video featuring my friend Eddy:

Eddy took a small space in South Florida and used it to grow a good amount of food and medicine. Yams, soursop, avocado, passionfruit, Barbados cherry, guava, tamarind, bees, herbs, bananas and more. And that’s with a pool in the middle

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Seminole Pumpkin x Calabaza Breeding Project

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Two years ago I shared my pumpkin breeding project. And did an update on my local breeding project the next year.
Though my original project was curtailed by moving overseas, I have picked up again and am doing some good work with Seminole Pumpkin genes.
Here’s one I harvested the other day:
 

Seminole

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Harvesting Onions

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I finally got my internet back up and running, the technician said that pretty much every modem in our town was zapped by the big storm. After furiously catching up on work, I’m back to being able to post to the blog. The good thing about having minimal internet, is

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5 Gardening Tools That Are Vital For Obtaining An Up-to-Date Garden

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There are a lot of methods to keep your backyard up to date and sustained so that you have the ideal garden as achievable. Suitable etiquette such as good soil, sunlight, and sufficient water are items that are regular when expanding a garden. Though these things are second nature and are typical to the gardening globe, you must also utilize the use of helpful backyard tools to make your gardening servicing a minor less complicated.

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Are Chickens Worth It? Liz Thinks So

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My post “Are Chickens Worth it?” has picked up a lot of interest since I posted it a few months back.
Liz commented recently:
“Hey David,
I appreciate your reflections on chickens and yes, for many, they are not worth it, but I would like to point out some of the other “non-monetary”

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