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Tuesday, May 18, 2010


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Martina, are you ONLY growing food that is not affected by toxicity from air pollution? If so, could we consider your "Growing on the farm so far" list a safe list for urban areas? I'm trying to find research on urban grown food that is safe to eat when grown in heavy smog, if that's possible. I live in LA, and it's pretty much everywhere here, not just near heavy traffic. Also, if you could point me towards any research you might have seen out there, (other than lead, which is well documented and easy to find) I'd be greatly appreciative. Thanks for all that you're doing! Mary

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Hi! My name is Martina and I have a "farm" in my New York City backyard called FarmTina.

My definition of "farm" is really just a living space that brings together home grown vegetables & fruits, animals, flowers & trees, and concoctions that use all of these ingredients together... read more