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The method that you use to handle your vegetable garden during the winter will depend on how cold the climate gets in your area. For example, if you have very frigid weather, then you will need to start prepping your garden in the spring. Now, you may be on the fence about whether to prune your garden, and it would be for a good reason, misplaced cutting can harm its development.
Published by Debbie Bastien 58 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +0 votes | 0 comments
To keep your tomato plants healthy and produce the greatest yields, they require a means of support. Supporting the plants keeps the fruit clean and away from pests, provides better air circulation to help prevent disease, and makes it easier to harvest the fruit. More tomato plants can be placed in a smaller area by trellising them and there are several simple structures that are readily available or easily made to keep your garden looking attractive and orderly. This article will describe seve...
Published by Daniel Snyder 66 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +19 votes | 4 comments
The best growing conditions for yellow crookneck squash is sometimes found naturally or even accidentally, but if you have trouble growing it, here is help from seed to table. You just need to plant it where it will be happy, water and weed it and reap an abundant harvest of this delectable squash.
Published by Pat Veretto 67 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +7 votes | 4 comments
When spring arrives many are hit with gardening fever. There are those who are content to plant and grow just enough for their own use, while others see great potential in cashing in on the fresh produce market. With the high cost of produce in the grocery stores and the use of chemicals, fertilizers and herbicides you will be doing your community a great service by providing organic produce.
Published by Diane Ziomek 67 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +1 votes | 0 comments