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Garden Corn


June 12, 2019, 12:56 pm

We've been having corn-on-the-cob from our garden recently, very unusual fo r mid-June, but we've had a very warm and early spring this year. My wife s tarted the seeds in the greenhouse, moved the... Read more »

Billberry pants?


June 9, 2019, 9:25 am

Hi All, Bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus), not Blueberry! I have been searching for Bilberry plants for a couple of years now. I have totally bombed ou8t trying to grow them from seeds. The closes... Read more »

getting there


June 7, 2019, 9:27 pm

i have sprouts coming up from the beans i planted on the 3rd. :) not many chipmunks running around so perhaps i can keep most of these from being eaten as they sprout and get plants and then... Read more »

Earth Nails: History of the Dandelion


June 6, 2019, 3:52 pm

Hi All, If you have 11 minutes and 38 seconds of your life that you do not know what to do with, this is a fascinating history of the Dandelion from the History Guy: Dandelions and Civilization ... Read more »

When to start fertilizing?


June 2, 2019, 2:31 am

Hi All, When to start fertilizing? 1) sprouts from seeds? 2) transplants from the nursery? Many thanks, -T Read more »

What is wrong with my onions?


May 31, 2019, 8:32 pm

Hi All, The few onions that managed to make it through the winter were going strong, then suddenly it is like something cut off the leaves, except for the scapes which were all in tact. https://i... Read more »

Good, if late, weekend


May 28, 2019, 1:16 am

*Finally* got some stuff into the ground. We've had an entertaining spring in western Ohio. We went from chance of frost to heat advisory in the span of 3 week. (I may exhagerate, just a bit.) T... Read more »

getting warm weather plants in


May 27, 2019, 12:42 am

we've had a lot of rain this spring. the ground is pretty saturated. Saturday morning we had 4+ inches of rain so it all ran off. this is the 2nd time in over 22yrs we had water come over the... Read more »

Pumpkin Patch


May 20, 2019, 9:46 pm

I planted the pumpkins this morning. Hopefully, they'll do better than last year when all the pumpkin plants got drowned by unusually high rainfall. Paul Read more »

Any trick to planting onion seeds?


May 19, 2019, 9:35 am

Hi All, I can't get onion seeds to sprout for my life. I plant them about 1/4 deep, about 3 away from each other, and water them. Zip. Nothing. Is there any trick to onions seeds? Many thanks... Read more »

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Tomato pesticides, anything better than Malathion?

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Hi, I'm growing tomatoes on my apartment porch, got maybe a dozen plants going not too bad. Got a severe problem with bugs and bacteria pest because I recirculate excess water. Yup, the plant's sau... Read more »

When is Delicata squash ripe?

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The Subject says it all. We just picked an unripe one and would like to do better than trial-and-error. Thanks, Bob 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 »

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 »

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 »

hedelfinger riesenkirsche pollination

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I've just bought a sweet cherry plant, Hedelfinger riesenkirsche. The label says it's self pollinating but Google tells me Hedelfinger is an old variety and so likely to need a pollinating partner c... Read more »

Ever used a pecan vibrator

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I am going to shake the pecans off some trees locally that are just loaded. I have them sold already. I have a vibrator that makes a 960# impact 4,000 times a minute. Used to shake railroad car... Read more »

How safe is copper-oil-fungicide?

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I have a dwarf peach tree that's had perrenial peach leaf curl. More than 20 years ago I bought a plastic 1 pint bottle of Chacon Bordoil Copper-Oil-Fungicide, but have never even opened the bottle. ... Read more »

Well no wonder !

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  Seems that in the last week or two something(s) have been marauding my tomato patch . I thought I had it better protected ... yesterday afternoon I set up my game cam in the corner where they... Read more »

Just a pretty picture

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