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January 2 Gardening


January 2, 2020, 7:53 pm

I completed my first gardening project for 2020 this morning; I tilled the old pumpkin patch. It was a tough job, as our garden is on a slight slope f rom front to back and the tiller wheels kept ... Read more »

Dec 27th gardening


December 27, 2019, 7:57 pm

decided i could not let things be outside and the weather was good enough to go back out. the plan was to knock as much dirt off the weeds i'd stirred up yesterday and add them to a new worm b... Read more »

Dec 26 gardening


December 26, 2019, 9:07 pm

it was so nice today when we were driving back that when we got home i grabbed a quick snack and rested a few minutes and then went out and weeded the North garden. i think the area of it is a... Read more »

Christmas


December 25, 2019, 12:13 am

Hi All, Merry Christmas everyone! Many years all. -T Read more »

Ed Lawrence


December 16, 2019, 10:33 pm

Ed Lawrence is a popular weekly guest on CBC Radio in Ontario Canada. < phone-in Q & A > http://www.gardeningwithed.com/ John T. Read more »

likely it for the season


December 2, 2019, 1:44 pm

we had a few days last week that were warm enough where i could get out and finish cleaning up a few gardens (burying garden debris), but that is likely the last of that sort of thing i'll be do... Read more »

cabbage


November 24, 2019, 11:39 am

Is cabbage hard to grow? Zone 6B Read more »

OT: Goober Peas!


November 22, 2019, 9:24 pm

Hi All, Okay, I can't resist. The name cracks me up! A Goober Pea is a legume (bean) that grows underground. It was not widely cultivated until the US Civil War, when the South started growing... Read more »

I need a lettuce recommendation


November 15, 2019, 10:09 pm

Hi All, Zone 6c. very short growing season. I have a spot open in next years plan that I'd like to fill with (leaf) lettuce. Any recommendations? Many thanks, -T Read more »

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zucchini x pumpkin

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According to Wikipedia, dome types of pumpkin and zucchini are the same species. supposedly that means they can cross breed (if i remember my biology correctly). has anyone ever grew a hybrid? purpo... Read more »

Another plum bites the dust but Tehranivee shines

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In a month or so, we're going to be cutting down our plum tree. It's the second one we're removing, and we're taking it out for the same reason. It's growing shoots out of the root stock's roots. Thi... Read more »

Thai Pepper plants having trouble - Florida - "pickinu"

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Someone Please help me!! My Thai spicy pepper plants are having a bit of trouble here in S. Florida. 1.) A number of them have leaves which are getting a white swiriling line going through the leaf ... Read more »

How to sweeten pears (or other fruits)

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I have five sixty-years old pear trees in sandy soil, SE Michigan. This year I winterfed them with substantial amounts of wood ash and some manure and wood chips and I got an overwhelming harvest (I ... Read more »

teeny-tiny grasshoppers...

rating: 5

I have these tiny little grasshoppers hanging around in my garden. They seem to be concentrated in the area where I have my cabbage, cauliflower and brussel sprouts growing. Anyone know what these a... Read more »

Horseshit!

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I've just found a source for free composted horse manure, there is a horse farm about 1/2 mile from me that gives it away. They have a big compost pile, you just have to drive up with some containe... Read more »

protein in cow manure

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does anyone have an idea of how much protein is typically found in cow manure? -- Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Cras lobortis volutpat commodo. Morbi lobortis, massa frin... Read more »

Disgusting Potato Bugs and Dead Nettle

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Has anyone had any luck getting rid of the rotten Colorado potato beetle by planting Dead Nettle? I have read that planting dead Nettle will help and was wondering if anyone has tried this. So far I'... Read more »

Squirrels or birds? What's digging up my pumpkin seeds?

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I planted my kabocha pumpkin seeds a few days ago about an inch deep in very damp soil and again, something has been digging them up and eating the seeds, leaving the husks on the ground. Is it more ... Read more »

help wanted identifying zucchini pest problem

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Howdy all, I'm growing two varieties of zucchini this year and they are finally starting to take off. I've got one fruit coming on the 'heirloom' variety we planted from seed, and it is putting out... Read more »

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