Farming With Your Fork
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Check out "FARMING WITH YOUR FORK" , it is a concept I am exploring for community food security.
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We LOVE Heirloom Seeds

Our seed arsenal. Photo by Kim Mendoza.

The foundation of your gardening efforts begin with seeds.

Heirloom seeds are seeds that have been passed on and saved from generation to generation around the world.  Heirlooms have a story and are part of our culinary and horticultural heritage.  We feel they are our cultural foot prints…

https://farmgrocers.com/we-love-heirloom-seeds/
Our porch composting system for you to check out and be inspired. It is a work in progress.
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Worm Composting – A Quick Tour

Welcome to Larry’s Place.

We call our worm box Larry’s Place. Larry is our friend who has a brilliant eye for antiques and home design – he even owns a shop called Larry’s Place that specializes in unique home decor items. But Larry did not have the attention span to keep a worm box going……

https://farmgrocers.com/worm-composting-a-quick-tour/
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Worm Composting – What do they eat?

Photo by Kim Mendoza

Here is a list showing the variety of foods that can be feed to your worms if you are thinking about setting up a worm composting system. It gives an idea of the types of foods you can stop giving to the landfill and begin turning into “black gold”.

Apples and…

https://farmgrocers.com/worm-composting-what-do-they-eat/
Plant success with companion planting
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Becoming A Plant Match Maker with Companion Planting

Our garden in a past season showing a great example of companion planting. Bloomsdale Spinach with Speckled lettuce planted along side, next section is Peppery Arugula at the farthest end, Mustard Greens and Russian Red Kale. Crops did very well that year.

You know how there are certain people in your life who motivate you…

https://farmgrocers.com/becoming-a-plant-match-maker-with-companion-planting/
May The Love Force Be With You 🎊🎊🎊
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2021 Perseids Meteor Shower

Taken by Juris Seņņikovs on August 13, 2020 @ Usma, Latvia

Once a year Earth citizens can witness one of the “greatest shows on Earth” during the Perseids Meteor Shower in August. 50 to 100 meteors can be seen per hour giving sky watchers an amazing view of this sky show. The most fascinating experience…

https://farmgrocers.com/2021-perseids-meteor-shower/
Hello Family! The 2021 Perseids Meteor Shower will be at its peak in a few day. Get out there and sky watch... It's good for the soul, mind, and spirit.
my channel ive been working on :) enjoy when u can. ohhh i have sooo many great videos and stuff and things to forward you from here on out about shit, stuff, and covid jaja
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As I covered last year, edible vaccines have been in the works. Here is the latest coverage specific to COVID:
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Can you grow COVID-19 vaccine-lettuce? UC Riverside scientists think so

Prof. Giraldo “We are testing this approach with spinach and lettuce and have long-term goals of people growing it in their own gardens. Farmers could grow entire fields.”

Injectable vaccines could be a thing of the past, with University of California Riverside (UCR) researchers investigating turning edible plants like lettuce into mRNA vaccine factories and make edible vaccines, which could have significant implications in combating COVID-19.

Backed by a $500,000 grant from the National Science Foundation, the project works by showing how DNA with mRNA vaccines can be delivered into plant cells in a way that lets them replicate. If this works, it could mean that plants could produce as much mRNA as a traditional vaccine injection.

“Ideally, a single plant would produce enough mRNA to vaccinate a single person,” UNCR's Department of Botany and Plant Science's Prof. Juan Pablo Giraldo said in a statement.

“We are testing this approach with spinach and lettuce and have long-term goals of people growing it in their own gardens,” added Giraldo, who is leading the research and working in collaboration with researchers from UC San Diego and Carnegie Mellon University. “Farmers could also eventually grow entire fields of it.”

https://www.jpost.com/health-and-wellness/coronavirus/can-you-grow-covid-19-vaccine-lettuce-uc-riverside-scientists-think-so-679655
Article from a year ago...
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ICYMI, Here was my report (July 2020) on “PHARMING” — edible vaccines:

“Edible Vaccine”? PHARMING: Food that Changes YOU

We hear a lot about vaccines, but what if the real threat is something as seemingly innocuous as a tomato? Scientists are “Pharming” tomatoes that will act as “edible coronavirus vaccines,” as we are told that GMO is mandatory in this “new normal.” The ultimate goal, they admit, is to modify the genetics of the consumer. Is food the ultimate delivery mechanism to achieve a GMO transhuman future? Every aspect of the food supply chain is being destroyed and perverted, and you must start growing your own food for your family.

“You are what you eat.” / “Let thy food be thy medicine.”

https://www.iceagefarmer.com/2020/07/31/edible-vaccine-pharming-food-that-changes-you/
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