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How to tell when your Carrots, squash, melons, onions, peppers and other veggies are ready to harvest! Great guide for beginners!

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..... Growing Tomatoes - Linked to Incurable Gardening Addiction... lots of great tomato growing info here

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Why a tomato cracks and what to do about it and a lot of other information about caring for tomato plants.

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Growing peppers. Peppers hate nitrogen/commercial fertilizer. Wait until plants flower before fertilizing. Then spray leaves with 1 tsp of Epsom salt to 1qt of water (peppers need Magnesium to set fruit). Peppers also enjoy small amounts of potassium (wood ashes).

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How to prune tomato plants! Makes a big difference in their strength, growth, production!

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milk carton watering can...great idea for kids helping in the garden. Smaller kids can use a half-gallon. Can also let kids decorate it how they want

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FOR BLACK SPOT-According to author and horticultural professor Jeff Gillman, who has conducted extensive research on blackspot remedies, a spray composed of one part milk and two parts water is the best answer to the disease. He says this simple solution, if applied weekly, will control blackspot as well as any synthetic fungicide, including Chlorotalonil.

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7 Surprising Fertilizers for Your Garden | Reader's Digest Australia

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Simply pour 2 cups of CLUB SODA directly in the center of a fire ant mound. The carbon dioxide in the water is heavier than air and displaces oxygen which suffocates the queen and the other ants. The whole colony will be dead within about two days. Each mound must be treated individually and a one liter bottle of club soda will kill 2 to 3 mounds.../ # Pin++ for Pinterest #

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seeds heirloom tomato seeds save

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Growing ginger.

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Keep aphids away from tomato plants - 1 yellow cup on a stick per plant. Coat the yellow plastic cup on the outside with Tree Tanglefoot, a very sticky substance that doesn’t wash off. The aphids are attracted to the color yellow, they fly onto the cups and the Tanglefoot catches them.

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better way to grow cilantro.. a fast, continuous crop

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how to grow basil from seed.

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Basil growing tips

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Regrow celery by putting the stalk (with 2 inches left) in a dish of water. Once it grows leaves, you can plant it.

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Continuous cilantro method.

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planting tomatoes -

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The newspaper will prevent any grass and weed seeds from germinating, but unlike fabric, it will decompose after about 18 months. By that time, any grass and weed seeds that were present in the soil on planting will be dead. It’s green, it’s cheaper than fabric, and when you decide to remove or redesign the bed later on, you will not have the headache you would with fabric.

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Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat.

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Cut the ends off green onions and plant in potting soil. Of course.

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Homemade fertilizer for plants: Dissolve 1 Tbsp Epson salt in 1 gallon of water, water plants with this solution once per month. Great for houseplants, roses, peppers, tomatoes, potatoes.

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How to Grow Ginger

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Sweeten your tomatoes by sprinkling baking soda on the soil around your tomato plants.

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Wow! If you are new to veggie gardening, this is an amazing blog post about starting a garden. It has pictures and simple instruction for each step. I'm SO glad I found this! :)

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