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CITRUS
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DESERT ADAPTED OR NATIVE PLANTS
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DESIGN / RAIN WATER HARVESTING
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PLANT DISEASES AND DEFICIENCIES
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FIRE PREVENTION
FLOWERS
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FRUITS & NUTS
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INSECTS AND PESTS
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ORNAMENTALS
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SOILS & WATER
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VEGETABLES
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WEATHER
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WEEDS
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WILDLIFE
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