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Final Issue: May/June 2015

Urban Farm

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Blasts from the Past
These heirloom vegetables are must-haves for every modern gardener.
by Samantha Johnson

Aliens Vs. Predators
Use good bugs and Integrated Pest Management to repel alien invaders.
by Rachel Hurd Anger

Something Like a Phenomena
Phenology is an old but powerful tool for improving our urban farms.
by Lesa Wilke

A Sip of History
DIY shrubs can be surprisingly easy to make in your home kitchen.
by Lisa Kivirist and John Ivanko

Bale Garden Basics
Grow crops in nearly any landscape with a straw or hay bale garden.
by Kevin Fogle

Herb Your Enthusiasm!
Create an herb spiral for ample harvests in small spaces.
by Elizabeth Scholl

Letting the Air Out
Are small wind turbines ready to blow over solar power?
by John D. Ivanko


by Frank Hyman

City Buzz
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart

Backyard Coop
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart

Urban Legends?
by You, Our Readers!

Feral Food
by Frank Hyman


At Farm & Main
The Sustainable Life
UF Road Trip: Denver, Colo.
What We’re Reading Now
Advertiser Index
Farmers Marketplace

Top Products
Gold Standard

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