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Re: Resources


try these out:

there won't be much there on organic (considering the
sources) but a lot of the basics. Find out if your
state extension has a web-site, they likely do. Some
state Extension Offices even understand the concept of

Food luck,

--- soucy_k <soucy_k@cc.denison.edu> wrote:
> I am looking for a resource that can give me tips
> for each type of vegetable 
> that I am planting.  For example, it would list
> tomato, and then say 
> everything, step by step, that you would need to
> know about planting a tomato 
> (organically, please.) Does anyone know of such a
> resource?  Thanks.
> Kate
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