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7/21/2013 my zucchini plants have only male flowers. How can I encourage female flower growth. I know the difference between male and female flowers.
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Hello Kitchen Gardeners around the World, We are a community garden in Hungary. We just join to KGI but want to celebrate World Kitchen Garden Day 2013 in Hungary. If any of you are able to share some program idea or activity for the Kitchen Garden Day, we'll be very happy. :) Every idea are welcomed :) Thank in advance from middle of...
EKPK posted a status update 
Hello Kitchen Gardeners around the World, We are a community garden in Hungary. We just join to KGI but want to celebrate World Kitchen Garden Day 2013 in Hungary. If any of you are able to share some program idea or activity for the Kitchen Garden Day, we'll be very happy. :) Every idea are welcomed :) Thank in advance from middle of Europe!
LaPine Oregon Gardener asked a question 
7/21/2013 Living at 4200' elev. summer highs 90-100+ lows 30's-40's with volcanic fast draining soil. We are slowly amending with compost. Does anyone have advice for vegs/flowers that grow in these extremem temps? We also have a small greenhouse with 60% shade cloth. We get winter lows average 12 degrees with -20 lowest low.
LaPine Oregon Gardener asked a question 
7/21/2013 my zucchini plants have only male flowers. How can I encourage female flower growth. I know the difference between male and female flowers.
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We live in LaPine OR where there can be frost any day of the year.  Our daily highs in the...

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We live in LaPine OR where there can be frost any day of the year.  Our daily highs in the...

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