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box elder bugs

Yesterday, while walking past the cabbage bed, I noticed a number of small red bugs scurrying...

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sweet potatoes

Spring, eagerly awaited though it may be, can sometimes outstrip a gardener’s reserves of time...

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peach thinning
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Thomas Jefferson quote
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I believe my rhubarbs have crown rot. They looked healthy a few days ago, but the stems are going soft and rotting through. I'm wondering if I planted them too deep?
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34,000 acres of new farmland needed per day


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What can I grow with very limited space and sunshine?
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Just received my copy of What’s Wrong With My Vegetable Garden? It's very informative. I would recommend it, too, especially for a beginning gardener. It is definitely a "go to" book for common problems.




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