Squash borers might be the number one cause of death for squash plants in the garden and they sure are annoying! Learn the signs of squash borers in your garden and get tips for how to get rid of them organically. How to you control squash borers in your garden? | GetBusyGardening.com
These cute little groundbeetles eat lots of insects (including Colorado potato beetles, corn earworms and that scourge of gardens everywhere, the squash vine borer) and even some weeds. [note to self: stop squishing them]
Butternut squash on the vine Squash vines on trellises are strong enough to support the fruits they grow. Here, a modest butternut squash hangs from the vine. I’ve had 17 pound neck pumpkins do the same. The vines hold up fine, but one year three squashes on the same side of a trellis were enough to collapse the trellis.
The ApocalypticÂ scare of 2012 caused this family to go on high alert and convert their old swimming pool into something amazing. WhenÂ Dennis and Danielle McClung bought a home in Mesa, Arizona, they knew what they wanted to do with the old run-down swimming pool in the back yard. Convert it into a COMPLETE self-sustaining aquaponics system with Tilapia, a garden, chickens and pygmy goats. Since 2007... FULL ARTICLE & VIDEOS @ http://organicfarmingreport.com/epic-end-of-the-world-solution/