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Intercropping, often called polyculture or relay cropping is a fine way to increase the harvest from your garden. Read how to do it properly.
I have followed the method of harvesting onions including my shallots but because of the quantity have to dry them outside in the shade. I am using an
This seed germination guide explains scarification, stratification and how long it takes for different vegetable seeds to sprout.
Calendar seed sowing guides showing when to plant vegetables for the most popular vegetables in both the northern and southern hemispheres.
How to deal with vegetable garden pests. A thorough list of proven natural pest control remedies.
the branches of my potatoes are so large that they are not letting other plants in my garden grow. What should I do?
What is the difference between heirlooms, hybrid seeds, and genetically modified seeds? Find out about vegetable seed types, varieties and products here.
Keep those deer away from your plants. Repel deer with these strategies.
Make eating vegetables a pleasure with these recipes for vegetables. Fun and healthy, grab yourself a vegetable recipe and join the new rage!
For all your vegetable growing problems, get your answers here. From no dig problems to vegetable gardening problems, see what has helped others
Hi, I recently built a raised garden bed with bricks/mortar. The bed is 1 1/2 feet high, 2 feet wide and 12 feet long. The space is empty, and I was about
Many sites about Compost Tea recommend aquarium pumps, etc. for aeration. I find that the inexpensive air compressor (about 100psi with storage tank)I