OG

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AcronymDefinition
OGOffensive Guard (football)
OGOutgoing
OGOfficial Gazette (journal; US Patent and Trademark Office)
OGOld Glory
OGOwn Goal (soccer)
OGOfficiers de Gendarmerie (French: Police Officers)
OGOzzie Guillen (baseball manager)
OGOrganic Gardening Magazine
OGOscar Gutierrez (Rey Mysterio's real name)
OGOperations Group
OGOh God
OGOriginal Gravity (brewing)
OGOverground
OGOlive Green (color of military uniforms, primarily from Korean era)
OGObergeschoß (German: Upper Floor)
OGOlive Garden (restaurant)
OGOld Guy
OGOpposite Gender
OGOlympic Garden (Las Vegas, NV)
OGOld Gold (cigarette brand)
OGOvergrow (website)
OGOriginal Gangster (rapper)
OGOld Generation
OGOrogastric (tube)
OGOrgrimmar (gaming, World of Warcraft)
OGOld Growth (forestry)
OGOriginal Gamer
OGOriginal Gangsta
OGOriginal German (Volkswagen collectors' name for original part)
OGOriginal Gum
OGOld Geezer
OGOrganic Growth (company growth)
OGOmnes Gentes (Latin: All the Peoples, epigraphy)
OGOversight Group
OGOffice of the Governor
OGOriginal Guardian
OGOriginal Ground (construction)
OGOpera Ghost (The Phantom of the Opera, Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber)
OGOctopus Garden (Thorpe Park, Chertsey, UK theme park)
OGObergefreiter (German)
OGObservation Group
OGOil & Grease
OGOperational Guide
OGOfficer of The Guard
OGOld Greshamian (school alumnia association; UK)
OGOperation Guidelines
OGOrganized General (song lyric)
OGOptimal Gaming
OGOver Guideline
OGObjective Glass (forward-end lens of a sight or telescope)
OGObjective Gateway (communications RF gateway)
OGOrders Group (British Army)
OGOuter Gimbal
OGOgam Irish (linguistics)
OGOptical Gateway (Alcatel)
OGOperator Guidelines
OGOld Glock (gun)
OGOriginal Gothamites (Batman)
OGInter-College Residents' Association
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Better still, make them members of the Henry Doubleday Research Association and they'll get a very good organic gardening magazine, plus one of the best specialist gardening helplines in the country.
Other examples can be found in Organic Gardening magazine and elsewhere.
In Missouri, he worked at a bio-dynamic garden and his techniques earned him the title of Organic Gardening magazine's "Midwestern Gardener of the Year" in 1985.
Seeing an article in an old Organic Gardening magazine, I decided to blanch it a little and installed one liter milk cartons over my plants.
Rodale published his first issue of Organic Gardening magazine in 1945.
It is offered in Organic Gardening magazine, 33 East Minor St., Emmaus, PA 18098.
Back when I first began gardening a very many years ago (30 or so), Organic Gardening magazine was still suggesting the use of rotenone as an insecticide.
Web sites of particular interest to homesteaders would have to include the new (and still incomplete) Organic Gardening Magazine site, which already has lots of gardening tips and which should get better when the page is complete: http://www.rodalepress.
The Rodale Guide to Composting; by Jerry Minnich, Marjorie Hunt, and the editors of Organic Gardening magazine; 1979; 405 pages (hardcover); Rodale Press, Emmaus PA
This is a hint I picked up from a very old Organic Gardening magazine and tried only two years ago.