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Diary of a Vegetable Gardener – White Mold

I read a lot about hilling with straw before deciding to use that as well. Never, did I encounter anything about white mold. I instantly googled “white mold in growing potatoes.”

Acceptance and Prevention of Garden Pests

Insects, often referred to as garden pests, are a natural part of the cycle of growing food. Don’t fret, it means your garden is alive but let’s take a closer look into finding some balance.

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Diary of a Vegetable Gardener – White Mold

I read a lot about hilling with straw before deciding to use that as well. Never, did I encounter anything about white mold. I instantly googled “white mold in growing potatoes.”

Ten Tips for Planting Tomatoes

One of the most popular homegrown vegetables is the good ol’ tomato. These tips can be applied to planting tomatoes in the ground, in a raised bed or into a large container.

Pole Beans

Five Veggies to Grow from Seed

Growing vegetables from seed shouldn’t be daunting. The following five veggies are easy for beginners to grow from seed – in the ground, a raised bed, or in a container.

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Companion Planting Guide

When planted next to each other some plants can help one another thrive in the garden. This is commonly referred to as ‘companion planting.’

Goodbye to Leggy Seedlings

If you’re new to using grow lights you may be surprised by just how close your seedlings need to be them. It’s close! It’s very very close!

What is: “As Soon As The Soil Can Be Worked?”

“As soon as the soil can be worked,” may be a phrase you’ve come across when reading about when to start your garden. This vague phrase may have you scratching your head in confusion.

How to Grow Kale

Due to its resilient nature kale is suitable to grow in hardiness zones 2-10. Which is pretty much all of them! It’s a cool-weather crop which makes it ideal for spring or fall harvests.

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