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Growing Organic Radishes

Radishes are a cool season, short-day crop, that is best sown late fall, late winter and early spring, all depending...

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Garden Tasks for December

Days are shortened, longer nights and onset of winter weather, most gardening activity is curtailed this month.  A well earned...

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November Tasks for the Garden

Lower light levels and short days are a sign that the year is drawing near to its end.  The pace...

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October Jobs for the Garden

October is finally here!  While things are cooling down, vegetable garden chores have slowed up and frost is just around the...

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September Jobs in the Garden

After a long hot summer we are all ready for September!  Many summer crops have exhausted themselves and are ready...

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August Gardening Tips

It may seem hot outside, but there are plenty of things to plant for a fall harvest and to continue...

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Controlling Colorado Potato Beetle

The pretty yellow-and-black striped Colorado potato beetle is native to wild solanaceous plants of the semi-arid western United States.  Our...

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Growing Figs In Your Backyard

Posted June 15, 2018

If you are looking to growing an unusual fruit crop that is nearly trouble free, consider figs.  These trees will...

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Composting for the Vegetable Garden

There's more to compost than leaves, grass clippings, and kitchen scrapes.  In one handful of brown compost matter exists and...

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Renewable Coconut Coir Soil Amendment

Are you looking for a sustainable resource to amend your soil with? Coconut coir is the perfect replacement for dwindling...

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