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These tiny bright bite-size gems are a cinch to make. Prepare them up to 2 hours in advance, then cover and refrigerate until serving time. For a colorful variation, use a combination of red, yellow...
Start to Finish: 25 minutes 3 ounces cherry tomatoes, 1 to 1-1/2 inches in diameter 2 tablespoons purchased pesto 1 clove garlic, minced 2 tablespoons snipped fresh parsley 2 tablespoons...
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All Around The Homestead: A page written by our readers
  Straw garden Our home did not have good soil for planting a summer garden, so we planted our tomatoes in bales of wheat straw. We had to water more often, but our kitchen was supplied with a...
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Heirloom tomatoes are hit the hardest
Late blight, a disease that can kill tomato plants, is showing up earlier than usual because spring 2012 was unusually warm, says Kelly Ivors, associate professor of plant pathology and North...
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Your growing tomato plants need plenty of support. Keep them off the ground with these creative and attractive options.
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Experience the old-fashioned, unique look and flavor of heirloom tomatoes!
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With a little work, your property could become your source for fresh produce.
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With so much in bloom, summer is a great time to be working in the garden, but you might encounter a number of puzzling issues. Here are answers to 10 popular summer gardening questions.
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A true joy of summer is picking that first ripe tomato off the vine. With proper care, you'll have more of them to enjoy in salads or just popping into your mouth. Radio interview source: Mark...
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Many of you will have tomatoes in the garden with dark blotches on the bottom of the fruit. It's most likely blossom end rot, a sign your plant needs calcium and balanced moisture levels. Radio...

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