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Supersweet 100 Tomatoes with Soup Recipe

Cherry-type tomatoes are a favorite for many gardeners for various reasons. These bite-sized fruits are ready to eat earlier than large tomatoes. They are also conveniently sized for snacking. And, these little tomatoes are often exceptionally sweet and flavorful.   … Continue reading

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Football Season Started, Time for Chips and Salsa

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Freezing Produce

If you aren’t able to enjoy your harvest fresh from the garden right away, freezing your produce is a good alternative. But if you haven’t done this before, be sure you know the best methods for freezing different kinds of … Continue reading

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Vegetables for Shady Gardens

Although you usually think of a garden spot being in a very sunny area, not everyone has this option. Some yards lack a space where the sun shines for more than a few hours a day. Fortunately, there are some … Continue reading

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Improving Soil

When the growing season arrives, we all have high hopes for our gardens. We imagine high yields of veggies and vigorous, healthy plants. But what if this isn’t the case? If your garden is struggling, you might be stuck wondering … Continue reading

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Soil pH Basics

The pH of your garden soil refers to how alkaline or acidic it is, and is measured on a scale between 0 (acidic) and 14 (alkaline), with 7 being neutral. Generally, most garden plants like a pH between 6 – … Continue reading

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