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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 72 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 73 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +7 votes | 4 comments
If you've always wanted a vegetable garden but been afraid to design one, here's some easy to care for vegetable plants that are proven winners. You shouldn't have any problems growing any of these vegetables and they all yield nice, fresh tasting vegetables. After growing your first vegetable garden, you'll be hooked for years year to come!
Published by Sandy James 73 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +30 votes | 18 comments
A kitchen garden is a dream that many of us cherish, however few actually follow. Apart from being a healthy and pleasant activity, a kitchen garden can also provide you with fresh vegetables and fruits. Several factors hinder and discourage the setting up of a kitchen garden. This article discusses the several factors one needs to consider before setting a kitchen garden.
Published by DeviPriya Maharana 73 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +8 votes | 1 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 73 months ago in Vegetable Gardening | +1 votes | 0 comments
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