Vegetable Gardening Tipscomments (1) August 7th, 2009
As hobbies go, growing vegetables isn't complicated. Basically it boils down to this: You prepare the soil, plant the seeds, water, weed, harvest, and clean up. Then you do it again next year. Not rocket science, to be sure. You can read extensively on how to grow specific crops, how to deal with pests and diseases, how to preserve the harvest, and so on, but often it's the little how-to tip or suggestion that can solve a problem effectively and efficiently.
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Square Foot Gardening Tips
A monthly video series with Boston gardener Patti Moreno and Mel Bartholemew, author of Square Foot Gardening
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• Use Stockings As Plant Ties
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• Keeping Up with the Garden
• Topping Brussels Sprouts
• Compost Heap Alternative
• Shield Your Seedlings from Cutworms
• Free Coffee Grounds for Your Plants
Gardening Tips from members
• Growing Vegetables to Save Money: Important Tips to Consider for First Time Gardeners
• Cutworm Combat
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