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   THE KITCHEN GARDEN

   Everything that you want to know about growing vegetables, fruit, and
   herbs is covered in this monthly UK-based publication. To quote their
   site, "The Kitchen Garden is a full colour monthly magazine dedicated
   to the pleasure of growing for that just picked flavour." In addition
   to subscription and back issue information, they also provide
   selected articles from the current issue.

      http://www.kitchengarden.co.uk/

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   WEED IMAGES

   Do you know who your enemies are? These full-color photographs from
   Rutger's will help you identify most weeds commonly found in the
   garden. Now you can find out for sure if that unknown plant is really
   something that you want to pull out!

      http://www.rce.rutgers.edu/weeddocuments/index.htm


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