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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.

  • 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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  • 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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  • Watering Tips for Dry Summers Watering Tips for Dry Summers

    Just like us, plants are composed mostly of water. They need water to perform vital life processes, stay healthy, and to pass on maximum nutrition to us at harvest time. Read on for our favorite watering techniques and which tools and materials make light work of this sometimes tricky task.

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  • 6 Tips for Summer Weeding 6 Tips for Summer Weeding

    Learn why June is the month for weeding and 6 tips for cultivating efficiently and successfully!

  • Tips For Season-Long Harvests Tips For Season-Long Harvests

    Growing meals throughout the season ahead means consistently looking forward. And this is where succession planting comes in. Learn how to choose and schedule the right crops and discover our 6 top succession tips.

  • 10 Tomato Transplant Tips 10 Tomato Transplant Tips

    Find out how to give your tomatoes a strong start in their outdoor life.

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  • How to grow a cut flower garden How to grow a cut flower garden

    Mother's Day has long been associated with the gift of spring flower bouquets, but we also like to celebrate the promise of home-grown bouquets to come. Read on for which varieties make the best cut flowers, how to plant them, when to cut, and how to keep your bouquets all season long!

  • May Garden Tips and Seed Starting May Garden Tips and Seed Starting

    Welcome May! Read on for tips for handling May's wide temperature variations, garden activities and seeds to start outdoors this month.

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  • Common Seed Starting Issues - And How To Avoid Them! Common Seed Starting Issues - And How To Avoid Them!

    As with most worthwhile endeavors, planting seeds has the potential for heartbreak. Here are four indoor seed-starting diseases (and pests!) to watch out for, and what to do about them.

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