Planting Seeds Blog – Conditions of Use

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One Response to Planting Seeds Blog – Conditions of Use

  1. Linda Robredo says:

    We are a new community farm project in rural southern CA mountain community for Frazier Park, with 501-C-3 status, a growing membership of volunteers, growing local organic produce that is distributed on a strict donation bases. We have every so much to learn, but so far this grow year has been great, actually beyond our dreams. Our soil naturally has a ph problem that has to be corrected with CCOF recommended minerals to push it down from 8.7 to 6.6 ph for our veggies to be happy.

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