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Hey #Organic #Gardeners, we carry #LadyBug brand fertilizers! Check out what we have in stock. laverniacountrystore.com

Can you freeze avocados? Yes, you can. Learn the options from experts at HGTV, along with tips on using frozen avocado.

Can you freeze avocados? Yes, you can. Learn the options from experts at HGTV, along with tips on using frozen avocado.

Whatever you call them, pill bug, sow bug or roly poly, these supposedly harmless bugs will wipe out new plants and eat the veggies.  Create an effective and non-chemical trap by burying a small can, tuna sized can, in the dirt up to the rim and pour a little bit of beer.  After adding beer once you can go a couple days before adding more beer and this is after dumping the bugs.  The smell and residue from the beer continues to attract the bugs.

Whatever you call them, pill bug, sow bug or roly poly, these supposedly harmless bugs will wipe out new plants and eat the veggies. Create an effective and non-chemical trap by burying a small can, tuna sized can, in the dirt up to the rim and pour a little bit of beer. After adding beer once you can go a couple days before adding more beer and this is after dumping the bugs. The smell and residue from the beer continues to attract the bugs.

Tomato Wilt - At the first sign of a plant disorder, spray the affected foliage with undiluted 3 percent hydrogen peroxide.Be sure to coat both sides of the leaves, then spray the soil surrounding the base of the plant; this will help eradicate any bacteria or fungus that may be affecting the roots of the tomato vine. Apply the spray two to three times a week until the disease is no longer evident.  l

Tomato Wilt - At the first sign of a plant disorder, spray the affected foliage with undiluted 3 percent hydrogen peroxide.Be sure to coat both sides of the leaves, then spray the soil surrounding the base of the plant; this will help eradicate any bacteria or fungus that may be affecting the roots of the tomato vine. Apply the spray two to three times a week until the disease is no longer evident. l

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