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For Tasty Tomatoes and Lots of Them, a Little TLC Is Necessary | Gardening

When it comes to the now popular home-grown vegetable, there’s no debate. Tomatoes are king. Long may they reign! But, like now monarchs, tomatoes are high maintenance and a bit demanding. For good yields, healthy plants, and lots of flavorful fruit, they require regular attention, more than now other vegetables. Fortunately, tomatoes aren’t hard to …

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DALY: Containers are an option for those with limited space News

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A new way of gardening – Burke County Notebook | Local News

Delight Van Horn My husband Dean and I both grew up in families who grew and preserved their own food. Dean came from a farming family. Their cash crops were oats, corn, sweet potatoes and peanuts. We both went to college, but when we married, we didn’t stray far from our roots (pun intended). Though …

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The Well: Find fresh fruits and vegetables at The Well | Community

By now, now folks know that the Norman Farm Market has found a new home at the Cleveland County Wellness Square (The Well) across from the county courthouse at 210 S. James Garner Ave. Saturdays from 8 am until noon. An important thing you may not know is that our farm market accepts the Supplemental …

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How to treat tomato pests and the best ways to mow your lawn: Garden advice from Dan Gill | Home / Garden

Garden columnist Dan Gill answers readers’ questions each week. To send a question, email Gill at gnogardening@agcenter.lsu.edu. I think I’m getting stink-bug damage on my long-awaited ripe tomatoes. Help! What is the best treatment for them? I also see large numbers of leaf hoppers. – Edwin First, to put things into perspective, stink bugs are …

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Column by Gary Church: When it comes to plant information, the tag is it | Lifestyles

To break the tradition, this article is not about any special plant. To also break the tradition, I will not be using any names to go along with my examples. I don’t want to be kicked out of the neighborhood or to have family members not speaking to me. All of the following names will …

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Gardening: You can grow vegetables in containers |

Do you have a small yard or garden space, but you really want to grow those yummy, fresh-from-the-garden veggies? Container vegetable gardening may be just the solution. Any sunny windowsill, balcony, patio or even your front or back doorstep can give you the space you need for a productive vegetable garden in containers. Growing vegetables …

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Master Gardener: Tips to know before growing tomatoes | Home & Garden

Tom Ingram Ask a Master Gardener I am new to gardening, and I want to start growing some vegetables. I was thinking of starting with tomatoes in containers. Any suggestions? – SC It’s not surprising that you want to start with tomatoes since tomatoes have to be the No. 1 crop for home gardeners. However, …

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Georgiann Potts: ‘If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need’ | Tempo

Writer’s Note: It happens every year, without fail. After the doldrums of winter, the first hints of Spring stir the gardener in all of us. Enthusiasm overtakes common sense as we find ourselves haunting the garden centers in search of the “perfect” plants for our garden – before final frost. Carol Ransom recently acquired two …

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