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- Brussels Sprouts : Tips from Seed to Harvest – These nutritious miniature cabbages are often under celebrated and even disliked. Don’t give up on them though! It is well worth noting that often store bought Brussels sprouts are picked too early – it shows in their bitter flavor and tough texture. Picking them fresh from the farm or garden after a few frosts sweetens the flavor and makes them tender, offering a whole different experience! Read more →
- Early Planting – Here are some tips on getting on start on early plantings. Learn about crops that are less risky to plant early, and also some tricks that can help you protect your plants on those often cold spring nights. Read more →
- Fertilizing Young Plants – Memorial day weekend is traditionally the time to plant the warm weather garden crops like tomatoes, beans, cucumbers, melons, squash, peppers, eggplant, basil, lavender, rosemary, and all the other tender annual flowers, herbs, and veggies. Young bedding plants do best with a fertilizer boost when planting. Read on to learn more about fertilizing young plants. Read more →
- Geotextiles: Black Plastic – Plastic mulch has been used in commercial vegetable production since the 1960’s. The material has proved to be a boost to agricultural productivity. Read more →
- Hardening Off Plants – Remember to harden off your plants! Any plants you buy from inside of a greenhouse have not been hardened off, those that are sold from outside have likely been conditioned to the cold weather and are ready to be outside. Read more →
- Planting Tomatoes – Planting tomatoes properly can be a bit of a mystery. Start with a hole about 10-12 inches deep. Read more →
- Thinning Seedlings – Thinning your seedlings in the vegetable patch can be one of the most difficult jobs to do because it makes the gardener feel like a killer of the very seedlings we worked so hard to grow. However, if you do not thin your crops now while they are little, your harvest will suffer. Read more →