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Victory Is Yours 

Wednesday, Apr 13 2011
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Whether planting your literal or metaphorical garden, it's worth setting your sights on great bounty. May your greens be leafy, your pea pods tender, your zucchini a manageable size that will not be annoying to receive as a gift when you are giving them away because you have something like a billion of them. Our fantastically mild San Francisco climate permits growing at all times of the year, so the question is: What to plant when? Or also: What about pests? What to start indoors? And so on. You ask these questions because you are an achiever aiming for bounty. Today’s Be a Victory Gardener workshop addresses all the pressing issues for the San Francisco micro farmer, so that you can cultivate chard without the scourge of aphids and anything without the stunning persistent destruction of those wicked little bivalves, snails. A little information can facilitate a world of successful gardening, and the opportunity to feed yourself scads of fresh, organic food for cheap. Your produce cup overfloweth.
Sat., April 16, 10 a.m., 2011

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