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How Are the Thousands of Tomato Types Classified?

Have you decided to grow tomatoes but are perplexed by the many different types of tomatoes out there that are available to plant? Don’t feel bad, because most people feel the same way. There is a simple way to break down the types of tomatoes that the rest of us can understand and make it much easier to figure out what to plant in our gardens.

Guide to Buying an ATV Sprayer

Maintaining your lawn can be a tricky business. You have to spray your plants with insecticides and herbicides several times a year to keep them from pests. If you have a large lawn or farm land, an ATV mounted sprayer can help you do your job faster and easier.

Preparedness Seeds for an Emergency Garden and Urban Survival Supplies

Are you prepared to grow your own food? Preparedness seeds are also known as non-hybrid, open-pollinated, heirloom, non-gmo and survival seeds, and are a great addition to your survival gear. Some type of emergency garden or survival garden should be a part of your urban survival supplies in preparedness for a disaster. Preparedness seeds can also be used in your everyday garden too.

How Much to Grow in Your Intensive Garden and Bed Design

Using the lengths that you choose for your beds you can calculate the number of plants that you will get from each row. If the plant spacing is 3″ apart, then you will get four plants per foot, 6″ apart two per foot, 12″ one per foot etc. For larger plants spaced 24″ apart, you need space on the ends, start the first plant at 1′, and space them 2′ apart from there.

Dandelions, Not Just Those Dreadful Weeds

It is now the time when everyone is outside working in their yard. One of the things that is seen quite often are those yellow flowers that people just do not like, yes, dandelions. Dandelions are not just weeds, they can be beneficial in many ways, so how about read this first, then decide if you really want them all gone.

What to Grow in Your Intensive Garden Early

Crops that are spaced 6″ or less apart can be planted early without being damaged by frost and can be planted from seed include peas, radish, green onions, spinach, lettuce, Swiss chard, turnips, parsnips, beets and carrots, etc. If you like radishes you do not need to devote rows to radishes alone, they grow fast, and the radish seed can be mixed with your green onion, carrot or beet seeds. This has a thinning effect on the plants that they are mixed with.

Healthy Plants – 7 Tips to Buying Healthy Plants

Buying plants from grower or nurseries is an easy way to start or enhance your garden. But, you don’t want to buy problems. Taking a few minutes when you are picking out your plants, can save you lots of time and money.

Using Fresh Herbs

The real bonus your herb garden provides is the ability to cut fresh herbs on a daily basis. A fresh batch of pesto cannot be compared to a jar of “store bought” pesto. Keep in mind that the flavor is contained in the oils in the leaves or stems of fresh herbs. For this reason it is best to use the fresh herbs as soon as possible after you cut them.

How to Solve 3 Common Vegetable Diseases in the Garden

When you’re growing your vegetables at home, you may encounter some problems, indicating an unhealthy plant. Take these remedial steps for these common problems to get your vegetables back on track.

Rotation Planting: What to Plant After Your Tomato Crop

Farmers world-wide have been practicing crop rotation for centuries. The reason for this is that they discovered long, long ago that by growing certain crops in a certain sequence, they were able to optimize the precious resources of the soil.

What You Should Know About Fertilizing Vegetable Gardens

Fertilizing vegetable gardens is a reasonably easy task, but it’s not the only thing you need to do to prepare the soil in your vegetable garden. Take a look at these issues and steps to ensure you have a healthy and successful vegetable garden this year.

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