Rancho Cucamonga, CAUSA 91730
November 12, 2009
Yes, very nice...especially about not leaving trash behind when meeting as a group (years of scouting clean-up here<G>)
If you can call it that! Great at tomatoes, carrots, bulbs & orchids, some success with strawberries, peas and cucumbers. But trying to increase the foods we can grow, learn to stagger better so not ALL of one item matures all at once.
Advice from those better than me about varieties, how much room is needed per type of plant, better composting, maybe share seedlings/plants/seeds? I have such great luck getting things to sprout, I give extras away...but production not so good.
Searching online for organic clubs and food co-ops.
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Beginner to organic gardening! Want to learn what grows in our area, how to get those bugs out of my poor broccoli, how to grow more in limited spaces. I am working with raised/seated height gardening too, due to handicap.
Great place to exchange ideas and get to know the members in person. We just need to grow and find more local folks to trade ideas and resources with! I can see how ANYONE can contribute in even a small scale or specialty, to add value to the organization as a whole.