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Get a Head Start With Chitting Potatoes

Chitting potatoes refers to placing your seed potatoes in a warm area for several weeks to induce sprouting. Also c ...

Hybrid vs. GMO vs. Heirloom

There is a lot of confusion out there regarding hybrid vs. GMO vs. heirloom plants, especially when it comes to tom ...

Best Grow Lights for Starting Seeds Indoors

I want to start my own vegetable seedlings this year. Will I need special light bulbs? ...

A Honey Bee Menu for Pollen and Nectar

Even if you can’t keep bees yourself, you can still garden for them. ...

Butterfly Gardening

Follow these easy tips to turn your garden into a butterfly paradise. ...

4 Ways to Stop a Monarch Butterfly Collapse

The plant vital to the survival of monarch butterflies is in major decline, thanks largely to unsustainable chemica ...

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Get a Head Start With Chitting Potatoes

Chitting potatoes refers to placing your seed potatoes in a warm area for several weeks to induce sprouting. Also called green sprouting, th ...Read More »

Plant Now for Your Fall and Winter Garden

Gardeners dreaming of frost-touched collards, sweet winter roots, crisp fall lettuce and huge heads of broccoli need to get busy planning an ...

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Get a Head Start With Chitting Potatoes

Chitting potatoes refers to placing your seed potatoes in a warm area for several weeks to induce sprouting. Also called green sprouting, th ...

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A Beginner’s Guide to Canning

Seasoned canner Rachel Garret has plenty of tips and tricks for beginning canners, gleaned from her own extensive experience. When her fathe ...

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Fall Harvest Recipes

This collection of recipes takes advantage of fresh, fall harvest. Get inspired by recipes for apples, pears, grapes, pumpkin and winter squ ...Read More »

100 Heirloom Tomatoes for the American Garden

This is a book for the true tomato snob who is not content with the ordinary red beefsteak weighing heavily on the vine at the end of summer ...

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