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How to grow: Shallots (Growing Guide)
Remove infested plants. Crop Rotation Group Allium (Onion family) ● Soil Fertile, well drained soil with compost dug in. Frost tolerant Yes. Troubleshooting Onion root maggots can cause plants to collapse.
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How to grow: Cucumber Beetle, Striped (Growing Guide)
You can also try growing varieties like ‘Little Leaf' and slicing cucumbers, which lack the bitter gene and are less attractive to the cucumber beetles. Striped cucumber beetle [Credit: CamPixie ] Striped cucumber beetle [Credit: CamPixie ] Host Plants:...
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How to grow: Onion Root Maggot (Growing Guide)
Be sure to get covers installed early, before the newly emerged adults fly in search of host plants. Damage: When young onion plants wilt for no apparent reason, pull up a sample plant to check for legless worms (maggots) feeding on it roots.
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How to grow: Valerian (Growing Guide)
Store in airtight container. Our Garden Planner can produce a personalized calendar of when to sow, plant and harvest for your area. Troubleshooting Control valerian's spread by cutting back flowering stems before they can shed seeds in your garden.
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How to grow: Lemon Balm (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Control lemon balm's spread by cutting back flowering stems in late summer. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Rich well-drained soil. Feeding Not generally required.
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How to grow: Tulip (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Tulips are often eaten by deer and squirrels. Planting tulips behind daylilies or other summer-blooming perennials hides the fading foliage from view. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Average garden soil with excellent drainage.
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How to grow: Ageratum (Growing Guide)
Some varieties produce white or pink blossoms. Most gardeners buy ageratum seedlings, but only dwarf varieties are widely available as bedding plants. Troubleshooting White ageratum blossoms go brown as they age, which is not as noticeable in varieties...
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How to grow: Tomato (Large) (Growing Guide)
Harvesting Pick regularly as soon as the fruits turn color but are still firm. Black patches on the bottom of fruits are a nutritional disorder best prevented by growing tomatoes in well-prepared soil with constant light moisture.
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How to grow: Parsnip (Growing Guide)
Notes Thin seedlings to proper spacing when they are 4 inches tall. Can be left in the soil through winter in many areas. Position Sun or partial shade. Mulch to deter weeds and keep soil moist.
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How to grow: Hazel (Growing Guide)
Spacing Single Plants: 14' 9" (4.50m) each way (minimum) Rows: 14' 9" (4.50m) with 14' 9" (4.50m) row gap (minimum) Sow and Plant Prepare a large hole by breaking up the soil and adding plenty of well-rotted organic matter.
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How to grow: Onions (Red) (Growing Guide)
Do not feed plants that are nearing maturity if you want very sweet onions. Feeding Mix a balanced organic fertilizer into the bed or row before planting your onions, taking care to get it into the soil below the plants.
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How to grow: Cantaloupe (Growing Guide)
Wipe harvested melons clean and store indoors in a cool place, or in the refrigerator. Fast-growing muskmelons often do best where summers are cool and rainy, while warm, dry climates favor smooth-skinned honeydews.
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How to grow: Apple Maggot (Growing Guide)
A single female apple maggot fly can lay 300 eggs in her short, 30-day lifespan. Some apple varieties are more susceptible to apple maggot damage than others. The fly larvae tunnel through the fruit as they feed, making the fruit lumpy, disfigured, and...
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How to grow: Lantana (Growing Guide)
Companions Lantanas are sprawling plants that attract huge numbers of butterflies, so locate them where they are easily seen on sunny days. Blooming is best in very warm weather. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Any fertile soil with excellent...
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How to grow: Chamomile (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Rabbits enjoy nibbling chamomile foliage. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Fertile, well drained soil. The easiest chamomile to grow is a cool-season annual.
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How to grow: Orange (Container Grown) (Growing Guide)
Yellowing leaves indicate a need for more nitrogen. Our Garden Planner can produce a personalized calendar of when to sow, plant and harvest for your area. Troubleshooting Grow outdoors in the warmer months to expose plants to heat and pollinators.
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How to grow: White Currant (Growing Guide)
Feeding Fertilize in late fall by spreading a 1-inch (2.5 cm) layer of composted manure over the root zones of the plants. These cold-natured plants seldom produce well in warmer climates where temperature often top 90F (32C).
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How to grow: Japanese Beetle (Growing Guide)
Although traps will collect hundreds of beetles, they may attract beetles from far beyond your yard. Preventing Problems: Use row covers to protect plants during the 6 to 8-week period while Japanese beetles are feeding.
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How to grow: Lavender (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Wait until spring to prune back lavender plants, because the dead stems help shelter the base of the plants from harsh winter weather. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Any average, well drained soil.
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How to grow: Peach (Large) (Growing Guide)
Plum curculios feed on buds, flowers and unripe fruits. Harvesting Pick peaches when the color has fully developed and the flesh gives slightly when squeezed. Frost tolerant Yes, but it is important to choose varieties known to grow well in your area...
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How to grow: Cherry (Semi-Dwarf) (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Use netting to prevent bird damage. Standard tart cherries are often self fertile, and make nice landscape trees. Companions Marigold, Garlic, Onion, Onions, Tansy and Nasturtium.
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How to grow: Okra (Growing Guide)
Thin to proper spacing after two weeks. Frost tolerant No. Feeding Not required, but thrifty growth often indicates nutritional stress. Wear gloves and a long-sleeved shirt to avoid prickles.
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How to grow: Oregano (Growing Guide)
Companions Tomato, Pepper and Broccoli. Feeding Not generally needed. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Any average, well drained soil in an easily accessible site. Authentic Greek oregano can be grown from seeds or plants.
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How to grow: Pepper (Growing Guide)
Notes Tie heavy-bearing plants to a single stake to keep them from falling over. They will pick up again when nights cool down. Position Full sun. Harvesting Peppers can be harvested when they are still green, though their flavor improves as they ripen...
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How to grow: Walnut (Growing Guide)
Troubleshooting Native black walnuts are often easier to grow in the US compared to English or Persian walnuts. Crop Rotation Group Miscellaneous ● Soil Fertile, well-drained soil.
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How to grow: Diamondback Moth (Growing Guide)
The caterpillars are less than ½ inch long with whitish heads and feet. Tips: Diamondback moths can complete their life cycle within a 15-30 day period during the summer months. The adult moths will lay their eggs there rather than on your garden plants,...
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How to grow: Aphid, Black Bean (Growing Guide)
Aphids feed by sucking plant juices, so infested growth is often yellowed and curled. Tips: Lady beetles and their larvae are great beneficial insects to welcome into your garden. Encourage beneficial insects including lady beetles, syrphid flies, and...
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How to grow: Radish (Growing Guide)
Thin to proper spacing when the seedlings are 1 week old. Frost tolerant No. Feeding Not required. Young radishes have the best flavor, so pull them promptly. Harvesting Harvest round radishes when the roots are the size of a quarter.
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How to grow: Celeriac (Growing Guide)
Notes Mulch to keep the soil cool and moist. Troubleshooting Large, stately plants are easy to grow. Position Full sun. Harvesting Young leaves can be used to season cooked dishes.
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