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This post was inspired by a conversation that Anita and I had a few weeks back. It was when I was initially launching the Fall Gardening 101 course. If you are a new reader, fan or follower, please read so you know what you can expect from this site and the information that I share. Why Urban Organic Gardener was created It wasn’t answering your questions about the best way to get rid of aphids or what to do if your tomatoes are getting blossom rot. That’s not my passion nor what I feel strongly about. What I feel strongly...

Posted on May 16 2012 - 1:55am by Mike Lieberman
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I’ve been asking you a lot of questions… …through surveys, posts, Facebook and Twitter. You’ve been heard – loud and clear. I might not respond to everyone, but I read everything and I’ve heard you. It goes beyond gardening The one common thing that I keep hearing is that you want to grow your own food to eat healthy, avoid pesticides and chemicals and to know where your food is coming from. There is only so far that growing our own food can take us in that respect, especially for those of us with...

In 2012, the content focus has change… …and I would like to get your thoughts. As the header image of the site says, this site is about “Practical container gardening tips to grow your own food.” Which is why I want to make sure that that is what is provided for you – practical tips. It’s easy for me to know which ones are the most popular. I really want to know which ones are the most useful to you, so more of those can be created for you. This is going to be my last post for a few weeks. As you are...

This is gonna be the last post of 2011..hard to believe it’s over. Have lots planned for 2012 and want to share some of it with you. Most of which is based on the most and least popular posts of the year, along with all the emails, comments on this site and on the Facebook page, Twitter and YouTube. In 2012, I am going to be focusing even more attention on...

This was the first year that I started to share seasonal garden recipes. They were a popular addition to the site. Earlier in the week, I shared the 10 Most Popular Recipes of 2011. Not all of them were that popular and I like to share my mistakes just as much as my successes. You are asking, “Were they tasty?” Pssshhh, of course they were, but just not...

Everyone posts their greatest and best of collection like I did a few days ago, but no one ever acknowledges the ones that didn’t do so well. So I thought WTF…why not? As I said the other day, there were over 150 posts on Urban Organic Gardener in 2011. Not all of them were very popular. Not only have I learned a lot about gardening in 2011, but I’ve...

Yesterday, we counted down the 10 Most Popular Posts on Urban Organic Gardener in 2011. This was the first year that I started to share seasonal garden recipes. So, I’d like to share with you the Top 10 Most Popular Recipes from the year. The list is compiled strictly from my analytics based on how many times a page was viewed, not by how many people ate it...

There were over 150 posts on Urban Organic Gardener in 2011. Do I really have that much to say?! Since it’s December, I’ve decided to share with you the most popular ones for the year based on your votes. You didn’t really vote, but you kinda of did by checking out these articles. This list is compiled strictly from my analytics based on how many...

This is going to be my last post for a few weeks. Going to be taking some time away from the site to travel and visit friends and fam. Time to rejuvenate so I can get some new life into the site. During the time off, I will be taking a look back at the past few months and evaluating what’s been done to see what has done well. That will to help come up with...

It’s almost July. Crazy ain’t it?!?! Around the country most of you should be at least a month deep into your growing seasons. You should have already thinned out some seedlings after their true leaves shown and done succession plantings. You’ve already shared your spring garden ideas with me and last month you told me how your May gardening was...

In the beginning of the year I started to partner up with some sponsors. I wanted to discuss with you whether you think that I’m still maintaining my integrity and remaining true to this site with that addition. My reasoning for starting this site in 2009 was to inspire and empower people to start growing their own food. At the current time, I’m pretty...