Urban Farm - July/August 2012 - Volume 4 - Number 4
28 Oh, You Know I Can!
The water-bath canning method will have you eating your bounty all year-round.
by Lindsay Evans
36 Blackberries Are Not Just for Texting
Mix a Mediterranean climate with the love of exquisite berry flavor, and you’ll have fresh blackberries growing right in your backyard.
by R.J. Ruppenthal
44 Planning Midsummer Plantings
Plant vegetables in midsummer, and you’ll have a bountiful fall harvest.
by Elizabeth Millard
50 Build a Bean Leaner
Try this easy-to-move design for your beans to climb.
by Chris Gleason
56 Can Ya Dig It?!
It’s a cinch to compost in a backyard trench.
by Jessica Walliser
62 Give Me Mow Solutions
You don’t have to let your yard go to seed to have a sustainable lawn.
by Joy Perrino Choquette
74A Solar Thermal Solution
Heat the water in your home with a solar thermal system.
by John D. Ivanko
86 Urban Farm Road Trip: Memphis
Forget the blues; this Mississippi Delta city is starting to sing a green tune.
by Paul Knipple
A Sage Idea, Keep Bamboo at Bay, Water Wisdom
by Frank Hyman
20 City Buzz
by Kristina Mercedes Urquhart
24 Backyard Coop
The Long, Hot Summer
by Kelly Wood
80 Urban Feast
Summer Tomatoes = Salsa, Simple Tomato and Watermelon Salad Recipe, Tomatoes Provencal Recipe
by Amy Cotler
3 At Farm & Main
5 Mail Slot
6 UF Newsfeed
13 What We’re Reading Now
68 UF Connects
70 Urban Storefront
72 Advertiser Index
94 Classified Advertising
96 One Thing
by Daron “Farmer D” Joffe, owner of Farmer D Organics in Atlanta, Ga., and social “entremanure”
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