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December 18, 2009

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Helen

I am big into my urban gardening. I've found that you just have to stick to what works and accept what doesn't. I've had most success with tomatoes, salad leaves, herbs and chillies but learned my lesson the hard way with padron peppers and potatoes.

TopVeg

You are so right. People must understand that growing veg is not rocket science - it is quite simple.
So many city dwellers survive on packet salads as their only item of veg - they don't realise that they could easily grow the salads - which would be much more palatable - & free from all those chemicals!

The Curious Cat

Interesting stuff! Completely agree with you on all of this. People really should do this more. xxx

Diane

I love to grow bits of stuff in my pocket hankerchief sized plot. The spuds from a barrel are the highlight of the culinary year! Many thanks for writing such an interesting and entertaining blog. Have a great Christmas.

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Nice post! I'm all for it! It's fantastic idea to start modern Hanging Garden in London. I liked the picture of green building tops, it's awesome. It can also improve London's air and reduce the level of smog is caused by million of cars.

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I loved this idea of hydroponics's incredible! super healthy and clean! I'll try this way of planting!

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The city-farmer faction has clearly gained traction, and, equally clearly, it’s not just a bunch of back-to-nature freaks who are behind the movement. To help make sense of the growing trend toward city farming, BCBusiness sat down with two experts. Janine de la Salle is the director of food systems planning at the Vancouver office of HB Lanarc, urban planning and design consultants. Former city councillor Peter Ladner is a fellow at the SFU Centre for Dialogue and is working on a project called Planning Cities as if Food Mattered.

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There’s a shortage of water; agriculture uses 70 per cent of the water in the U.S., and that water’s running out. Then there’s the rising price of fossil fuels, and that affects not just the cost of transportation but the cost of fuels used in producing food in a factory setting, as we do now for most of our food.

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Janine de la Salle is the director of food systems planning at the Vancouver office of HB Lanarc, urban planning and design consultants. Former city councillor Peter Ladner is a fellow at the SFU Centre for Dialogue and is working on a project called Planning Cities as if Food Mattered.

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Congratulations! You have so much useful information, write more.

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Happy New Year! Happiness and success in 2011.

Colby Moore

It's hard to believe that rooftop gardens have been here a long time, and yet it's been only widely adapted during late this century. Anyway, it's both aesthetically and economically useful.

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