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- Companion Planting – Companion plants help each other to grow in some way. For instance, some plants can extract certain nutrients from the soil and make them more available for other plants. Read more →
- Geotextiles: Insect Netting – Insect netting is a thin fabric, similar to row cover yet thinner and more porous. Use insect netting on crops with great pest or bird pressure where there is no need to insulate the crop. Read more →
- Geotextiles: Row Cover or Reemay Cloth – In the Northeast, row cover is a farmer’s best friend. Read more to find out how you can benefit from using this geotextile in your home garden. Read more →
- Hakurei Turnip: All About It – The Hakurei is a welcome addition to our early spring vegetable collection, they generally come in right after radishes, and not surprisingly pair very well all other spring veggies. If you think you don’t like turnips, please try this delightfully mild, crisp, sweet variety! Read more →
- Radishes: All About Them – The radish is an edible root vegetable of the Brassicaceae family (mustard, cabbage, broccoli etc.). Although radishes are most commonly eaten raw, they are also wonderful cooked or pickled. Read more →
- Succession Planting – Succession planting is a way to make the most of the space in your garden and always have tender, ripe crops to eat. Learn some tips from Cat about extending the harvest window in your garden for a variety of crops. This can also give you a little relief if you feel stressed about getting your garden in all at once. You aren’t late, you’re succession planting. Read more →