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Learn how midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of vegetables and herbs.
While most gardeners rush to plant their vegetable and herb crops the moment the ground thaws in spring, many do not know that midsummer is the time to sow a second harvest of delicious edibles....
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My cabbages are already huge and it's a month until the county fair. This guy will likely split by that time. I can still enter it in the Largest Cabbage contest. I don't water my garden...
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Learn what produce is trending in the marketplace today, and what you can expect to see in your local grocery stores this year!
Learn what produce is trending in the marketplace and what you can expect to see in your local grocery stores soon!
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Theresa Martz became an organic gardener, blogger and writer.
Theresa Martz started her own garden to provide food for her and her husband in Lottsburg, Virginia 36 years ago. Now, she is reaching out to others about 'simple gardening' through her...
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Fire up the grill, and try one of these recipes tonight!
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Corn on the cob never had it so good! This velvety avocado butter melts in your mouth and tastes fantastic with any sweet corn. Try it with white, yellow, or both on one ear, such as the favorite...
Number of Servings: 6 Prep: 25 min Cook: 5 min Grill: 10 min 1/2 to 1 small ancho chili pepper 2 tablespoons lime juice 3 tablespoons butter or margarine, softened 1/2 small avocado,...
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Dinner is right outside your door.
Download this FREE Garden-to-Table guide; a full-color, 16-page reference tool on garden planning, soil maintenance and pest control.
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There are many, many varieties of potatoes to choose from when getting ready to plant. Here are some great spuds worth giving a try!
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Planning on entering vegetables at the fair this year? Check out these tips that will help you bring home those blue and purple ribbons.
How many vegetables do I need? Smaller vegetables are usually displayed in groups of three to six. With larger produce, fewer examples are needed. For instance, a winter squash or head of lettuce...
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Weigh the pros and cons before putting one up
High tunnels are becoming very popular for fruit and vegetable growers. They can be as simple as pipe framework covered with clear plastic, or as complicated as greenhouses. Jeff Kindhart is a...

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