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Magazine articles on gardening and yard work.
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National Gardening Garden Pests 101 The best defense against garden damage from insects and disease is a long-term program of soil building. Healthy soil will produce healthy, resistant plants. mark for My Articles 294 similar articles
National Gardening Gardening Hand Tools 101 A small investment in the right tools will pay big dividends in making your gardening easier. mark for My Articles 185 similar articles
National Gardening Powdery Mildew This fungus disease occurs all over the North America and infects a wide variety of plants, including beans, cucurbits, lettuce, and peas. A powdery white growth covers the upper surface of leaves, which eventually turn yellow and dry. mark for My Articles 46 similar articles
National Gardening
Deborah Wechsler
Bountiful Basil This essential herb offers a world of scents and flavors mark for My Articles 88 similar articles
National Gardening Preparing for Raspberries Raspberries are so delicate and perishable they're scarce at the supermarket and fruit stands and expensive if you find them. Fortunately, they're easy to grow at home. mark for My Articles 40 similar articles
National Gardening
Robert Kourik
Fabulous Figs Which fig tastes best? Is it 'Panachee', 'Celeste', or perhaps 'Conadria'? mark for My Articles 43 similar articles
National Gardening
Deborah Wechsler
Growing Giant Tomatoes All about growing really humongous plants and tomatoes mark for My Articles 315 similar articles
National Gardening Timing The Potato Planting Potatoes can be planted very early in the season -- almost as soon as the frost is out of the ground and you're able to work the soil. In the North, you can plant your first crop of early maturing potatoes in April, usually six to eight weeks before the last frost. mark for My Articles 145 similar articles
National Gardening Seed Potatoes Small seed potatoes can be planted whole, but larger ones should first be cut into pieces with at least one eye or recessed dormant bud. mark for My Articles 114 similar articles
National Gardening Caring for Potatoes Caring for potatoes requires proper watering, cultivating and hilling. mark for My Articles 184 similar articles
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