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- USDA taking comments on agricultural coexistance
- Fight Downy Mildew in your Vegetable Garden: Pick the Right Varieties
Category Archives: Garden Advice
Your winter squash plants may be ready to provide you with a second vegetable you didn’t expect – summer squash. Last year we cut up, stir-fried and ate a young, tender fruit from our friends’ seed crop of Seminole winter … Continue reading
By Ira Wallace Photos by Irena Hollowell Abundant harvests of cucumbers, squash, melons and all their cucurbit relatives like gourds depend on having many active pollinators. Each squash or cucumber blossom requires multiple visits to make a perfectly formed fruit. … Continue reading
article by Ira Wallace, with Lisa Dermer, photo by Irena Hollowell Who wouldn’t want a fall garden abundantly producing cabbages, broccoli, carrots, turnips, parsnips, radishes, bok choi, Brussels sprouts, a wide variety of greens, and even peas? The trick to … Continue reading