Milk and Water for Blackspot on roses

Got Blackspot? Get Milk.

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How to Seed Start Kohlrabi: An Amazing Vegetable! - MFG 2014

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When to grow

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Planting a celery bottom will produce a new stock of celery... Amazing!!! guh I NEED to make a Gardening board!

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Epsom salt is a longtime, affordable way to help start your garden or improve your garden once it’s already going. You can use Epsom salt in the garden as a fertilizer, a pest deterrent, and also as a seed starter, to name a few. Epsom salt can also enhance the quality and condition of your lawn and shrubs!

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Seed Starting Guide

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Never Pay For Onions Again: Grow Them Indoors. This page has all sorts of interesting ideas for growing plants indoors.

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@ Laura To build the trellis for the peas, the blogger used two old tire rims that the local bicycle shop was more than happy to give her. Looks like she used twine for climbing lines and maybe wire to hold up the top!! What a great space saver in the corner of a raised bed garden, or anywhere else!

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The journey of planting a potato. link has info on how to garden and what to plant with lots of pictures. Garden with your kids - they will love it!

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Step by step growing from seed

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Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with this trellis, they’re perfect companions! Use this slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and you’ll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun or spinach in the shady area beneath to protect it from wilting or bolting. Western red cedar frame and sturdy plastic mesh. 48" square.

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Learning how to grow bigger, better tomatoes... Whether you are a beginner at growing vegetables or a Master Gardener, these tips for growing...

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How to Grow Peppers

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Plants help other plants grow | Marigolds help tomatoes and roses grow better. Nasturtiums keep bugs away from squash and broccoli. Petunias protect beans from beetles. oregano chases them away from cucumbers. Geraniums keep Japanese beetles away from roses and corn. Chives make carrots sweeter. basil makes tomatoes even tastier.

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Here are my 5 favorite container vegetables for beginning gardeners, plus container gardening tips and tricks for a great harvest.

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Growing potatoes in a laundry basket tutorial- Adding this to the garden for sure!

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1tsp epsom salts in 4 c warm water....spray on plant and then 10 days later it produces more fruit due to boost of magnesium... especially for tomatoes, peppers and roses

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Easy Container Gardening -- hmmm ... I may need to buy some big pots or barrells ...

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Easy Container Vegetable Gardening in 7 Simple Steps (Part 2)

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Regrow these foods from kitchen scraps!

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Gardening - one seed at a time

Gardening - One seed at a time - seedlings

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Homemade Weed Killer 1 gallon of white vinegar 1/2 cup salt & Liquid dish soap (any brand) Empty spray bottle Put salt in the empty spray bottle and fill it the rest of the way up with white vinegar. Add a squirt of liquid dish soap. This solution works best if you use it on a hot day. Spray it on the weeds in the morning, and as it heats up it will do its work.

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Make your own potato tower - no digging up potatoes! Yields about 25 lbs/tower. Neat idea.

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Use cinnamon as a substitute for rooting hormone. It also kills fungus and bacteria at the same time. I will never buy Rootone again : ) - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

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This really works - no weeds for two years!! 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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