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How To Grow Baby Lettuce

Most folks don't realize how easy (and cheap) it is to grow your own baby greens, even with a very limited amount of space. And think about all the plastic bags and clamshell containers used in packaged greens that you may buy at the store (not to mention how long they've been sitting in that plastic before they even get to market). Why not save the packaging and transit time, and harvest your own greens at home? More Read More.
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