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De Jours 18 Radish

12/7/2019, 3:06 pm by markqz

I got the 18 day radish from Baker Creek. It's been 20 days since transplant (I don't count from planting -- too many variables). I think I could harvest one of the ten I planted:

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Maybe later.

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What do you think about this Planting Template for SFG?

2/20/2012, 4:48 pm by EatYourVeggies

I'm a Life Member of National Home Gardening and receive a few e-mails each week in general, but also announcing new products. Today's product consisted of the item below, used for spacing your seeds in a straight line, presumably in a row garden. Shocked  

Just as I was about to dismiss it, I paged down a bit to read that they claim their product is perfect for SFG. Well, that got my …


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Where do I go from here?

3/22/2020, 11:17 am by theFALSE

Hello, I'm brand new to gardening. My new home has a raised be that I'd like to start a vegetable garden in. It's been at least a year since anything has been planted in it but probably longer. 
Here's a pic of it's current condition. I just ordered the book but I'm wondering what I can be doing NOW to get the bed ready for planting? 
I know literally nothing about gardening so please assume …

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How to prune an old apple tree

3/26/2020, 8:23 am by Kay Burton

Pruning an old apple tree must be done in three stages.

1. Shorten the trunk. Apple trees and pears can grow up to 6 - 8 m. This is a lot, it is inconvenient to harvest from this height, the fruits fall to the ground and deteriorate. As a result, most of the crop goes to waste. Therefore, the trunk must be cut at a height of 2 m. It needs to be cut just above a large branch. A large …

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Cleaning and whitewashing of fruit tree trunks

3/26/2020, 9:19 am by Kay Burton

I clean bark in September only on old trees. Young fruit ones do not need this procedure. I want to note that the bark peels off more easily after a long rain - it swells and becomes malleable.
I spread a dense sheet of tarpaulin under the tree. You can use other materials - wrap, roofing, burlap. It is necessary to ensure a good fit of the panel to the trunk without gaps. Moreover, the radius of …

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Friday Rookie Topic XIV: Potato Onions

7/19/2011, 3:49 am by middlemamma

Sorry Y’all, this was supposed to be LAST Friday’s (July 14th) Rookie Topic and I dropped the ball.

POTATO ONIONS

I had never heard of a Potato Onion before I joined this forum. Ander217 (she doesn’t post here anymore, and I miss her very much) introduced me and the rest of the forum to them. They are a type of multiplier onion that is planted in the fall and overwintered, in even the …

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Asian greens

3/17/2020, 12:06 am by karynne

thinking about growing some of these https://www.johnnyseeds.com/search/?q=asian&lang=en_US

are cold crops worth starting inside in New England? (CT) or just directly sowed?

thanks!

kag

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Happy St. Patrick's Day

3/17/2020, 8:40 am by OhioGardener

Eat your greens!

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Friday Rookie Topic: Carrots

2/24/2012, 9:12 am by madnicmom

CARROTS

Family: Carrot

Height: up to 12 inches

Spacing: 16/sq. ft.

Growing season:

Spring - everyone

Summer - everyone

Fall - everyone

Winter - southern regions.

Earliest and Last outdoor planting:

3 weeks before last spring frost, or 10 weeks before first fall frost

Disease/Pests:

Carrot fly - Carrot flies do not fly above 24 inches, so carrots in a table top are immune from …

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