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Maximize your garden potential by growing up and over. Decide what plant you want to grow vertically, and build a structure that will be suitable to its weight or particular behavior. Kiwis require a substantial trellis or chain link fence as well as regular pruning to keep them in...
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Tomato late blight (Phytopthora infestans) is a fungus that creates brown or black lesions on your prized tomato plants. The lesions begin on leaf veins and can spread like wildfire over the plants. Moisture is a prime culprit in spreading it. Trellising your tomato plants is one good way...
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If you have open garden space that will become your winter garden, sow cover crops there now, and then transplant your fall or winter vegetables into the bed once you’ve harvested the cover crops. These crops can be cut down and chopped into the soil to add nutrients, with...
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If you have not already done so, the time has arrived to plant those hot season crops such as tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, squash, cucumbers, corn and basil. You can use special protection such as a cold frame, cloche, or Wall-o-Water if the nights are still cool. If you plant...
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Once the summer solstice has come and gone you can still sow flowers that will bloom this summer. Flowers sown in late June will be at their peak in late August and September. Growing tip: Keep the seed bed moist until germination occurs. This is especially crucial if a...