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Thursday, July 18, 2013

Mid-season weeding tips
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Getting a handle on rampant weeds is very important for a healthy garden. Weeds not only choke out your colorful plants or vegetables from much-needed sun and hydration, but they could be a breeding ground for pests and disease.

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Tuesday, February 19, 2013

Give grafted tomatoes a try in 2013
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Bumper Crop Grafted Tomatoes - graft Day 5I feel like I’m completely settled in for the winter – with a huge stack of gardening catalogs – trying to decide exactly what I want, what I need and what I absolutely can’t live without for the growing season. Now that it’s February though, it’s time to get on the stick and get some things ordered.

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Monday, August 01, 2011

Dealing with drainage
Erin Etheridge | 3 Comments
 

“Something’s rotten in Denmark!” I said to myself as one of my plant’s containers busted open, spewing putrid water and stinky dirt, because nothing will ever change the fact that I was an English major in college.

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Friday, July 01, 2011

Dealing with disease
Erin Etheridge | 6 Comments
 

Call me a wimp if you want, but I’ve just emerged from the sick and twisted depths of tomato plant disease, and I literally feel faint. I really don’t know what it is about tomato plant disease that inspires a strong negative physical response in me. Past experience, maybe? Or perhaps the abundance of information using loaded descriptive terms like &ldqu....

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