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  • twbigdogsgirl 21 May 2010
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    Training zucchini to climb

    I have a raised bed and a trellis (using the square foot gardener's directions) and I am wondering how to train my zucchini and pumpkins to climb it. Do I need to use twine to hold up the leaves (which are huge right now and shading out my garlic, onions, okra, and shallots)? My pumpkin plants do...
    Cloudy 20°C / 68°F
  • debit54 20 May 2010
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    Attempting to tame Shady Grove

    Still completely wooded in it's western side, the eastern side is filled with tons of roots and pieces of trees, plus a few concrete rock and some board painted "Cherokee" red, all leftover from Wally Rose's gleaning. Struggling with the fact that the sun can now reach most of the eastern side(I ...
    Overcast 23°C / 74°F
  • debit54 20 May 2010
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    Asparagus: No visible sprouting

    This is the 3rd week after planting, and with only 2-3" on soil over top, there has been no evidence of any sprouting. The first 2 weeks were very chilly, with frost on May 9. This week the weather has started warming, with the last few days in the 70's. Shouldn't I see some signs of life by now?
    Partly Sunny 24°C / 76°F
  • SmokeyJane 20 May 2010
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    Cucumbers having fungus issues

    I am about to completely give up on growing cucumbers upside down. It seemed like a good idea for saving space but it's just not worth it to have to deal with these fungus issues. Any organic solutions to fungus?
    13°C / 56°F
  • SmokeyJane 17 May 2010
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    Garlic cloves sprouted

    Planted in between my stalks of corn I planted some garlic cloves and there are already 4 little green sprouts. My grandmother used to just stick garlic in the ground and pull it out some months later. I thought I would give it a try. Seems to be working too. I am wondering though if we will ha...
    13°C / 55°F
  • SmokeyJane 19 May 2010
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    Mesculin Mix Transplanted

    When I planted the seeds I just sprinkled them on a flat part of the soil in my raised bed. I also did a few rows to see which method I liked better. They both seem to work pretty well. I probably should have transplanted these last week but I kind of went into a coma after the dog went missin...
    Sunny 19°C / 67°F
  • creme 19 May 2010
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    Broccoli problem: fusarium yellows or nitrogen deficiency?

    Photo-upload-126330?1333824685 Please vote. Which do you think is most likely? %(grassgreen)Fusarium yellows% can happen quickly after transplant. I bought these week of May 1 and transplanted May 4-6. Second week they were in we had heavy, saturating rains for days. Fusarium yellows = viral disease causing yellow at lower...
    Overcast 15°C / 59°F
  • Gardenerd 18 May 2010
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    Citrus ID assistance

    Photo-upload-125883?1333902929 These are seedlings from a coworker's friend's trees. She states they came from either grapefruit, orange &/or some other citrus that she can't remember. There is also an unknown species with heart shaped leaves in citrus # 2's pot, curious what that could be also. 1. citrus #1 2. citrus #1 ...
    Overcast 27°C / 81°F
  • sbeneli 18 May 2010
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    Random Plant.

    Photo-upload-125863?1333902923 We found this growing in one of our pots in the back garden. I'm not sure what was in the pot last year (if anything, it will have been a brassica of some sort), but we never emptied out the soil after. I have no idea what this is and was hoping someone would have an idea. :-)
    17°C / 63°F
  • wiltjen 17 May 2010
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    Can veggies be planted at the cottage?

    We have a weekend home and I would like to plant some tomatos. I wonder if anyone had experience with animals etc. Watering is not a problem - we have a sprinkler system.
    Cloudy 20°C / 68°F

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