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I noticed a giant sweet potato pushing up out of the ground, so I dug the hill. What a weird spud. Some people think it looks like a Minoan bull. Potatoes love our soil. Maybe it's all the sheep...
Wondering why your cucumbers are bitter and your tomatoes won't get red? Here's why, and much more.
High temperatures and drought are not good for your vegetables, says Rhoda Burrows, Extension Horticulturist at South Dakota State University. "Hot dry winds can also exacerbate the combined...
All you have to do for the main ingredient in these recipes is step into your garden! Make the most of tomato season with these mouth-watering dishes!
Indian corn is a festive, fall decorating item. You'll find it at farmers' markets and grocery stores, but it's easy to grow and there are many varieties of seed.
Radio interview source: Tim Coolong, Assistant Professor of Vegetable Production, University of Kentucky Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Many people choose...
Today we're featuring Billy Brooks, who runs a popular fish camp and farm in Florida
Radio interview source: Bill Brooks, Property Manager, Cantonment, FL Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below In northwest Florida is a family recreation area that...
I dug new red potatoes yesterday, the earliest in the year I've ever done that. Wow, were they delicious in potato salad. I will leave most of my hills alone for another month. Maybe. I also...
The Holthaus family sustain their farm through vegetable farming
Radio interview sources: Kyle and Mari Holthaus, Owners, Kymar Acres Listen here to the radio story (mp3) or read below Kyle and Mari Holthaus bought 15-acres of land near Waukon, Iowa, in...
Your growing tomato plants need plenty of support. Keep them off the ground with these creative and attractive options.
Experience the old-fashioned, unique look and flavor of heirloom tomatoes!
Warm up with these hearty, family-tested meals from Lisa's Kitchen!