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September 7, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyWant to be an advanced vegetable gardener? You will be when you know which vegetables are in which families. This is crucial info for healthy crop rotation in your garden (and you’ll be able to astonish… read more»
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September 27, 2011 - Charlotte from Peaceful ValleyKeep your summer harvest to enjoy in the wintertime—without canning. Have you tried drying food? Bet you thought about dried apricots just now. You can dry all sorts of fruits and vegetables, and… read more»
June 29, 2010 - Sarah TRecently, on our Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply Facebook page, there was a request made for more information about our cover crops. Being a newbie to the farming and gardening world, I was left… read more»
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