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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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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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Any suggestions as to how to organically deter grubs and caterpillars from the tomato plants? It is frustrating when these crawlers bore into the green tomatoes and any advice would be appreciated.
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