Latest crops planted and growing on the farm

link to a photo gallery showing the current round of crops we have growing at Farmstay El Porton Verde:

http://www.elportonverde.com/2012/07/14/latest-crops-planted-and-growing...

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Link to the crops did not work

Link to the crops did not work for me.

if you're cutting and pasting in your browser you...

may have a problem, try:

http://tinyurl.com/bvhlsps

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

Neither link works for me

No cutting and pasting. I just put the cursor on the link you have provided, right click, then left click. In both cases the result was "Problema al cargar la página." This method does work in all other cases I have tried.

huh...I just click it and it works for me...

so sorry ocotal

you can find it easily enough if you just go to the home page

http://www.elportonverde.com

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

It's my problem

The link problem I am having seems to be related to the "FBI DNS changer virus" that was recently in the news. The only other link that I know of that does not work for me is Google.com. Fortunately, I can access Google via a link on Google.es.

See http://www.wiki-security.com/wiki/Parasite/DNSChanger for a description of the virus. Since I use an Internet cafe, I cannot fix the problem. Fortunately, the link to ElPortonVerde.com does work for me. Thanks for your help.

Wht the Vetiver?

Soil erosion?

because it looks really cool?

it does help for soil stabilization but mostly we use it for water conservation. The area just downslope maintains soil moisture for much longer in the dry season.

Eventually each line of vetiver forms a terrace level and it creates edge which is where a lot of the interesting stuff happens. It also improves soil quality and ultimately increases crop yields.

Doors of hope fly open when doors of promise shut. -Thomas D'Arcy McGee

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Thanks