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November 22, 2018, 1:55 pm

www.wrightsheirlooms.com These folks have over 80 varieties of heirloom beans. Interesting to look at even if you are not buying. Steve Read more »

bean sorting


November 17, 2018, 12:49 pm

my favorite time of the year. :) this is a new bean i'm calling Lemon Slice... http://www.anthive.com/img/beans/thm/pb170012_Lemon_Slice_thm.jpg songbird Read more »

Blueberries


October 30, 2018, 10:21 pm

  Picked up a couple of plants yesterday , and am pretty sure we're going to have to make the soil more acidic for them . Planting area was formerly oak/mixed hardwood forest . It's been recomm... Read more »

What to do with old tomato vines?


October 20, 2018, 9:57 am

Plow them under or toss in the trash bin? Read more »

minerals?


October 12, 2018, 8:33 pm

Hi All, I do realize that plant will only uptake minerals from the soil if the mineral is there to start with. My mineral content is mainly silicon in the form of rocks. Not all that useful to th... Read more »

Scallions (green onions) question


October 12, 2018, 8:29 pm

Hi All, I am putting together my layout for next year's garden. I am thinking of growing Scallions (green onions) with the intent of harvesting off the greens for salads. Can I just harvest the t... Read more »

hard freeze Thurs


October 9, 2018, 8:28 am

Hard freeze predicted for Thursday night (30F). So everything gets picked Wednesday. The zukes have already started to give it up about two weeks ago, so this will put them out for good. The yel... Read more »

Pork roast


October 5, 2018, 11:07 am

What about removing fat from pork roast and giving a burst in microwave to remove moisture then replacing on roast before slow cooking? Read more »

Pretty Picture


September 24, 2018, 10:19 am

Hi All, This is an Anaheim Pepper. I waited three weeks to get this picture. I call the picture Fire and Ice: https://ibb.co/eDvr2U -T Yes, they were very yummy! Yes, I cheated and miste... Read more »

Identifying a Dead Conifer to Replace


September 23, 2018, 10:08 pm

Hi, I have been asked to replace a dead conifer as photographed. Problem is I am not completely sure what the dead one is. I think it's possibly Thuja Orientalis or Chamaecyparis Lawsonia but not su... 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 »

green spots in apples

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I have an apple tree that produces tart green (some blush) 2-4 inch apples. The tree is loaded and apples are falling. When I started picking I noticed that there are green spots embedded in the fl... Read more »

burning junk mail for ash

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Hi, I've been looking around the web for information of whether junk mail burnt is safe or advisable to use as a source of ash in the garden or compost pile. But I haven't found anything useful yet. ... 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 »

expanded shale for clay soil

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Has anyone used expanded sale to improve clay soil? I read of a study by Texas A&M which indicated it is a permanent solution to improving the air and drainage properties for gardening. Has anyone... 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 »

Asian pear tree --- fire bright?

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