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Harvesting and preserving our home-grown crops

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Erika Pepe our German expat gardener talks about harvesting and preserving our crops. Interestingly, she also mentions that crops harvested according to the moon last better than those that are not. More information on her www.lunarorganics.com site where you can also buy her new calendar for 2012. A great present idea if you are looking for something very different.
Erika is a Moon gardener as well as being very keen to promote organic growing and she runs a website at www.lunarorganics.com where you can get loads of information to help you do your gardening in conjunction with the Moon.
She will be with us every month and would welcome your input or questions either at her website or via our direct e-mail at; expatsradio@hotmail.com
Contact Expatsradio at expatsradio@hotmail.com

With the launch of the new Expats radio site, Erika has offered some of her seeds, calendars and booklets to make up starter kits for those of you who would like to try organic Moon Gardening. These wonderful prizes are in a separate competition programme which will appear on the site shortly on the homepage and in the competitions section. Don't miss your chance to win and try out Moon Gardening free!

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