1. Cool, easy to construct - garden bed…in minutes!

    http://www.gardeninminutes.com/

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  2. Gronomics

    http://www.gronomics.com/

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  3. Trouble with Vine Crops?

    Growing vine crops (tomatoes, snap peas, beans, squash, cucumbers) can be a fun method. You can create a trellis or purchase one. The options are limitless so dig around and see what you may have on hand to get started. Here are some tips on growing vertically. This may assist those who have had trouble growing vine crops. 
    http://www.organicgardening.com/learn-and-grow/vertical-gardening

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  4. Preserve your herbs all year round!

    http://www.organicgardening.com/cook/herbs-all-year

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  5. Gardening in short growing seasons

    Short growing season? Here are a few articles to assist those with short growing seasons:http://www.sunset.com/garden/fruits-veggies/choosing-which-vegetables-to-grow-00400000016038/

    http://voices.yahoo.com/best-high-altitude-short-season-vegetable-garden-choices-5769034.html?cat=32

    http://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/xmlui/bitstream/handle/1957/14368/ec1491.pdf?sequence=1

    http://www.cmg.colostate.edu/gardennotes/724.html

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  6. High altitude Gardening!

    http://gardening.coloradohighaltitude.com/Tips/index.php

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  7. Crop Rotation tips to improve your garden

    Why is Crop Rotation important? Here’s why:http://www.organicgardening.com/learn-and-grow/crop-rotation

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  8. Share your garden success and failures

    SproutRobot Users: Name the easiest and most difficult vegetable you have grown this year or last year? Share your success and your failures. Gardening is a process that only improves with practice.

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  9. SproutRobot Users: We want your gardening stories!

    Gardening is a process that only improves with practice.  Every year, we grow a certain veggie or fruit and invariably something surprises us and goes really well or we end up with less than expected. Share your success and failures with us.  We would like to know what varietals you consider most difficult and which are easy as a novice to grow and produce a desired amount of food.  We look forward to hearing from you and as always, happy gardening!

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  10. Updates from You Grow Girl Blog

    http://www.yougrowgirl.com/2013/08/07/cucurbits-from-my-garden/

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