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Shared: Tiny Township’s Bulbs of Fire farmers promote biodiversity and soil health

Shared: Tiny Township’s Bulbs of Fire farmers promote biodiversity and soil health

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Bart and Simone Nagel are well known among Simcoe County foodies for the plus varieties of garlic they grow and sell together with garlic spreads, mustards and jams.

Selling at the Midland, Orillia and Gravenhurst farmers’ markets, the Bulbs of Fire owners now have their products…

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