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A Less Toxic Fight When Bed Bugs Bite?

You are about to read something that will make your skin itch. Consider yourself warned. I have bed bugs. How does this fit into The Allegheny Front? Well, when your foot is covered with welts so itchy that you crave amputation, you, too, might consider giving the stink eye to old Rachel Carson and searching for DDT on the black market.

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Whiskey, Liquors In Regional Organic Holiday Cheer

In the mood for sustainably produced holiday cheer? AF contributor and City Paper "On the Rocks" columnist Hal B.

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The Organic Gardeners: Planting Vegetables Now For Fall And Winter Harvest

This is the perfect time to plant crops which love cool weather. With a little protection, some vegetables will last all winter.

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The Organic Gardeners: Planting Vegetables Now For Fall And Winter Harvest

This is the perfect time to plant crops which love cool weather. With a little protection, some vegetables will last all winter.

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The Organic Gardeners: Amazing New Natural Weed Controls

There's a brand new product out which makes it possible to organically control broadleaf weeds like dandelions and plantain.

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Unwrapping the Secretive Label at Trader Joe's

For the eco-conscious shopper, a trip to the grocery store means more than just picking out something tasty for dinner.

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The Organic Gardeners: Starting Seeds on a Budget

There are lots of ways to save money when starting your own seeds and now is the time to do it.

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The Organic Gardeners: Keeping Houseplants Happy Naturally

No one wants to be exposed to chemical sprays, especially indoors.

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Going Whole Hog: On Consuming a Whey-Fed Pig

Feeding whey, a cheese byproduct, to pigs is a method thatís been used for years in Italyís Parma region.

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The Organic Gardeners: Planning A Pollinator Garden

As the season winds down, Organic Gardeners Jessica Walliser and Doug Oster say this is a great time to start planning for next year'

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