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Food Gardening Magazine • January 2023

Welcome to a new year of Food Gardening Magazine! We are truly happy to have you here. And we're happy to be here! Through your comments, questions, and notes, we feel like so many of you have welcomed us into your food gardening adventures. We've also learned a lot. Then again, as any gardener can…  READ MORE right arrow
Bill Dugan, Editor and Publisher of Food Gardening Network

Food Gardening with Amanda

If you're looking for a way to grow vegetables, fruits, and herbs indoors all year round, then hydroponic gardening might be the perfect solution for you! Hydroponics is a type of gardening that doesn't use soil. Instead, plants are grown in water with added nutrients. This method has many benefits, including faster growth rates and…  READ MORE right arrow
Is there really a good way to get excited about salad? I know a few. And if you have a few homemade salad dressing recipes up your sleeve, I know you will too. Plus, sometimes dinner is just hard. Whether you're tired from working, caring for kids, or doing both at the same time, the last thing you need is anything BUT a pressure cooker dump meal.   READ MORE right arrow
Nothing gets me more excited than being able to grow veggies and herbs in the winter while there's snow on the ground outside. And you can do the same if you get into hydroponics, the art of growing food without soil. There are many variations of it, including soil-free growing mediums and systems, which makes it even more fun.  READ MORE right arrow
Winter is the season of garden planning, and once the holidays are over, I like to sit down and dream about what my garden will look like in the spring and get a head start on my gardening wishlist. It's a good time to think about what you like to eat from your garden all summer and plan accordingly.  READ MORE right arrow

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Food Gardening Network Hot Peppers Gardening Guide
Having a garden full of ripened hot peppers is like turning on the holiday lights in the middle of summer; it's a beautiful thing! But sometimes you get so excited about growing them, that you forget to consider what you're going to do with them all—guilty as charged! Do you know what to do with…  READ MORE right arrow
Once upon a time, there was a woman who loved to garden. She planted cilantro near fennel, but the cilantro never grew. She didn't know that fennel secretes a growth-inhibiting substance that prevented the cilantro from flourishing. Then she tried planting dill and cilantro, but her plants didn't self-seed very well the following season. And…  READ MORE right arrow
Do you love salsa? If so, you're definitely not alone. This delicious Mexican dish is enjoyed by millions of people all around the world. And if you're looking to make the best salsa possible, it's important to use the right ingredients. In this article, we will discuss the best types of tomatoes for salsa and…  READ MORE right arrow

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