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Why have my cauliflower not firmed a head but each small head is growing at different rates and now are various lengths rather than a condensed head shape.
I planted too many seeds in holes, and it looks like they all sprouted. What should I do?
I manage a small foodbank garden in Central Tx., about 500 square feet. Help is rare and there are usually only 2 of us working the garden, to save time
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Hya Can you advise on growing Cabbage at Winter time that actually grow and can be used, I dont want to use Spring Cabbage as they take that long and
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Keep those deer away from your plants. Repel deer with these strategies.
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Years ago when I lived in the city I lived for awhile next to an old lady who years earlier would plant huge gardens over her whole property. Now in her
Has anyone used Jeyes in an orchard to get rid of larvae in the soil.
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