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tomato supports and trellises

Tomatoes are happy to grow every which way, rightside up, upside down, left and right. So why...

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What do you do when organic methods fail to correct a problem?
Muskwa commented on Muskwa question
Given we will have our first frost in about 6 weeks (maybe 8 if we are lucky but it will be cold) should I start picking the blossoms off my squash plants?
Jessica Still commented on quiltpixie question
What's eating my basil?
Jessica Still commented on quiltpixie question
I planted a Stevia plant. Will this survive my high desert winter in CA? How should I harvest this? Can it be put in freezer? Any tips appreciated.
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I planted a Stevia plant. Will this survive my high desert winter in CA? How should I harvest this? Can it be put in freezer? Any tips appreciated.
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What's eating my basil?
Jessica Still commented on krisk - status 1640187318
This year I am working hard to 'clean as I go' in the garden, just as I do when I cook. Here's a blog post about this: http://baystatekitchengarden.blogspot.com/2012/09/the-harvest-continues-...

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