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Mujeres de maiz, Mexico

Mujeres de maiz, Mexico

This is also a great idea for starting seeds as the moisture comes from the bottom, thus eliminating the fungus that kills many seedlings when you water from the top.

This is also a great idea for starting seeds as the moisture comes from the bottom, thus eliminating the fungus that kills many seedlings when you water from the top.need to bottles tho and I don't drink soft drinks.

Let's face it - there isn't a gardener or farmer who hasn't come across one of these pests, while working in their organic garden. By finding out more about these insects and ways to control them, it is possible to grow healthy, abundant crops, and keep your garden healthy! #homegardentools

Any committed gardener might suffer a mild heart-attack at the mention of the dreaded words "garden slugs". Slugs feast on many plants that you have grown with

Mercado de Tepoztlan Mexico.  More properly called maize (corn can be any grain) is a seed domesticated in the  Tehuacán Valley of Mexico more than 10,000 yrs ago.

More properly called maize (corn can be any grain) is a seed domesticated in the Tehuacán Valley of Mexico more than yrs ago.

In all that you do! It's in God's word! Believe it! What are you planting?????

The history of seed development, distribution, and ownership reflects today’s dominant economic paradigm of the last several decades, which converts basic elements of life – such as seeds and genetic resources – into private, commercial assets.

Beyond Tex-Mex: Rediscovering Texas’ 10,000-Year-Old Cuisine

'Truly Texas Mexican' author Adán Medrano writes: Texas’ first food has been invisible. Now, chefs and activists are putting it back in the spotlight.

Merchant woman in Guanajuato market selling tomatillo (Physalis philadelphica) to make salsa, Corn smut (huitlacoche) (Ustilago maydis) a delicacy to use in quesadillas in Mexican food, etc., corn husks to make tamales.

Merchant woman in Guanajuato Mexican market selling tomatillo (Physalis philadelphica) to make salsa, Corn smut (huitlacoche) (Ustilago maydis) a delicacy to use in quesadillas in Mexican food, etc., corn husks to make tamales.

This classic Mexican chiles rellenos recipe (sometimes spelled chili relleno) is filled with lots of cheese and served with a spicy roasted tomato salsa.

Chiles Rellenos

Chiles Rellenos by Chow. This classic Mexican chiles rellenos recipe (sometimes spelled chili relleno) is filled with lots of cheese and served with a spicy roasted tomato salsa.

Mushrooms by Richard Loader

The poisonous Magpie Fungus (Coprinopsis Picacea) is a native of the British isles. First described in Preferring alkaline soil, it is usually found in beech woods in late summer and early fall. Additional family members occur in North America and th

Repurpose LARGE BOTTLES INTO PLANTERS

Water Jug Garden Idea gardening reuse easy crafts easy diy recycle garden ideas garden crafts gardening on a budget repurpose gardens

Huerto vertical

If not need space, here is an inventive idea to make your lettuce vertical garden ! It& mainly made with repurposed materials such as plastic water bottl

Banana Tree  another kibbutz harvest i got to participate in.  didn't know they grow "upside-down" did'ja?

Banana Tree - amazing how the same tree can make banana skin, banana inside and leaves etc etc.

La Gastronomía Mexicana, Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad, así podrá ser oficialmente declarada el próximo 19 de noviembre por la UNESCO (Organización de las Naciones Unidas para la E…

Gastronomía Mexicana, Patrimonio Cultural Inmaterial de la Humanidad

Corn can come in different colours and shapes, did you know that this varieties have a higher nutrimental value (and more protein) that the yellow one?