Monthly Archives: September 2013

Longing for home…

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forested path

We lived there once before…did I ever mention that? The site of the Runamuk farm of tomorrow.  My blog was known then as The Scientific Homeschool, and I was raising babies in the woods without plumbing.  I put together the “Chronological History of the World Unit-Studies for Secular Homeschoolers” (yeah-say that 3 times fast!) –so important was it to me… Read more »

Dealing with hornworms in the organic garden

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tobacco hornworm

I don’t know whether I hadn’t had an infestation of hornworms before, or I just hadn’t noticed them (which seems rather impossible!), but the tobacco hornworms have had a good year this year and there’s no avoiding them.  One day all your beautiful tomato and pepper plants are healthy and fine, and the next–bam! –you’re facing devastation.  My farmer–as I’ve… Read more »