When to plant your summer crops can be tricky because the weather doesn’t always abide by averages. The general rule is to wait until all danger of frost is gone. Well…that could be today, maybe. According to the National Weather service there is a 50% chance of it getting to 32 degrees as of May [...]
There is a wonderful free service that Utah State Extention provides for those growing anything in their yard. It is the Plant Pest Advisories. You can subscribe to these advisories so that you will receive an email every week to alert you what you should be looking for in terms of pests and how to [...]
When I first began gardening I was amazed to learn how poorly I watered my vegetables. In fact, I have been astounded to learn how many others were doing the same as me. Hopefully in this post I can help explain how often, how much and why overwatering will yield poor results. First, the frequency. [...]
I was listening to Larry Sagers this morning on the greenhouse show and he talked about a great point that I want add here for everyone’s benefit. He talked about the economics of home vegetable gardening when you have very little space. When you go to the grocery store and consider the prices of certain [...]
I shop alot at “big box” stores such as Home Depot, Walmart, Target, etc. However, when it comes to plants don’t expect much. First of all, the associates at the stores aren’t required to be knowledgeable about the plants in order to work there. Also, most of these stores bring plants in way too early [...]
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