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01 - Making compost
02 - Finished compost
03 - Coffee grounds
04 - Chopping in rye cover crop
05 - Cover crop info sign
06 - Covering the cover crop
07 - Beautiful Bradner Brassicas
08 - Brassicas too
09 - Bradner bathroom butterfly
10 - Gathering, Saturday #2, @ Tilth garden
11 - Tilth-model worm bin
12 - Inside the Tilth-model worm bin
13 - Compost drum-on-a-spit
14 - Compost bin/trellis/bench
15 - Tour de compost
16 - Green compost cone innards
17 - Compost bin: buried metal trash can model
18 - Greenhouse green roof
19 - Green roof detail
20 - Green roof w/sign
21 - Green roof plants -- moss, sedums, thyme
22 - N-P-K: major nutrients plants need
23 - N-rich soil amendments
24 - P-rich soil amendments
25 - K-rich soil amendments
26 - Alaska brand organic liquid fertilizers
27 - Soil pH-adjusting amendments
28 - Compost tea brewer
29 - Compost 'teabag' (with compost in it)
30 - Bacteria food for use in making compost tea
31 - Compost tea
32 - Gardening implements
33 - Digging fork - secondary use
34 - Tapping in broadcast flax seeds
35 - Furrows for quinoa seeds
36 - Direct-sowing quinoa seeds
37 - Smoothing out the furrows to cover quinoa seeds
38 - Spun polyester (Reemay) as 'floating' row cover
39 - Pulling up beets to prepare a bed
40 - Beets pulled up, ready to till (fork w/digging fork)
41 - Tilled bed, beets and weeds removed
42 - 'Double digging' -- spading, then forking
43 - Set-aside soil from first cut of double digging
44 - Last trench double-dug: put first soil back here
45 - Seed-sowing flat
46 - Seed sowing/saving books
47 - Pumice
48 - Perlite
49 - Loaf of coconut coir fiber, for potting medium
50 - Chamomile flower infusion -- prevents 'damping-off' seedling-killing fungi
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