Vegetable Picking Tips

By Ken Jorgustin After having successfully grown your vegetable garden to the point of producing a harvest, how do you know when is the best time to pick your vegetables? Here are picking tips for many common vegetables: BEANS (SNAP) Snap beans are best when the pods are firm and snap readily, but before the […]

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Vegetable Picking Tips

By Ken Jorgustin After having successfully grown your vegetable garden to the point of producing a harvest, how do you know when is the best time to pick your vegetables? Here are picking tips for many common vegetables: BEANS (SNAP) Snap beans are best when the pods are firm and snap readily, but before the […]

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Livestock integration!

By Gman Livestock integration! Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours” This week on the We Grow Ours show Nick and Don will be covering the much anticipated topic of “livestock integration.” The principle is simple, the process isn’t always so. One look at nature and you’ll see there are not any rows of corn, […]

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Livestock integration!

By Gman Livestock integration! Host: Nick & Don “We Grow Ours” This week on the We Grow Ours show Nick and Don will be covering the much anticipated topic of “livestock integration.” The principle is simple, the process isn’t always so. One look at nature and you’ll see there are not any rows of corn, […]

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Invisibility When You Need It

By Guest Author Most thinking people and almost all military veterans recognize that you can have the best preparations and training, equipment, contingency plans and a great stash of stuff ready to go but, when the time comes, if you are exposed or can be easily located you are vulnerable and all the time, effort […]

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Grinding along…

By Tam 140 rounds of rimfire, 50 more rounds of WWB through the Glock 19, and 35 rounds through the PPX. (I had partial boxes of Winchester’s “Train” and “Defend” loads left over from testing the EAA gun for the magazine. Both the JHP and the truncated cone FMJ ran fine in the Walther.) Below […]

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‘Ferocious’ Battle As Terrorists Attack Largest Airport In Pakistan, Killing 13

By Jack Flash Excerpted from The New York Times: In a ferocious terrorist assault that stretched into Monday morning, suspected Islamist militants infiltrated Pakistan’s largest international airport in Karachi, waging an extended firefight against security forces that resulted in 23 deaths and shook the country’s already fragile sense of security. Explosions and gunfire rang out […]

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Mortgaging Our Economic Future

By Dr. Tim Ball If Obama’s policies on energy and environment were truly original they would be worth consideration, but they are not. He dismisses claims that “The economy will lose millions of jobs and billions in growth.” He said, “Let’s face it, that’s what [critics] always say,” and “every time … the warnings of […]

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Common Sense at MIT

By Robert Farago A TTAG reader writes: “I’m attending a small private gathering and the head of MIT’s fab lab (3d printing, molecular machines, etc) replied to a comment about whether it will affect guns on the black market. He said no, because … Read More     

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