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Harvesting Tricks For Higher Yields Harvesting Tricks For Higher Yields

How to cut, pick, and pull your way to the biggest homegrown harvests.

5 Common Garden Pests to Watch Out for in Your Garden 5 Common Garden Pests to Watch Out for in Your Garden

To prepare for summer confrontations, meet 5 common plant pests.

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How to Start Seeds in Summer How to Start Seeds in Summer

It's time to sow your fall garden. Tips to help seeds and gardeners to avoid the summer heat.

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Summer Garden Tips Summer Garden Tips

A time of hot days, sultry nights, swimming, barbecues, and the start of heavy garden harvests, July also marks the start of a slow shift from a summer outlook to fall goals. Here are your top sowing opportunities and garden activities for the month.

What you need to know about late blight What you need to know about late blight

With the recent news that late blight has been spotted in NY early this year, find out what this plant disease is, how to identify it and what to do if you find it in your garden.

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    To prepare for summer confrontations, meet 5 common plant pests.

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