Does anyone know why my peppers are growing with brown patches and how to fix?
I have been noticed a light brown crust on top of the soil. Does anyone know what’s happening?Thank you in advance.
I remember seeing something about it. I thought it was the greatest idea. My problem is, I can't remember if it was on Home Talk for sure. One example was a picture o... See more
I live on Long Island NY & a store already has tomato plants for sale. Is it to early to BUY them & keep them in the garage?...
Why are my peppers shriveling up on the vines? Should I cut them off? Are they safe to eat? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!
How do I ripen green tomatoes?
Can anyone tell me what's going on with my tomato plant? It was growing like crazy, so much so that I had to add on to the caging. Now it's just stopped, got these we... See more
How often do tomato plants need watering in a summer climate at the moment?
My tomatoes plants are very tall and lengky
we just moved into our house and currently have no grass. We have to wait until Spring to have the seed spread. Do we have to wait to start a garden or is this the be... See more
I have zucchini plants that don’t produce zucchini. Any tips?
Seeking advice how to start a vegetable garden for beginner? We recently moved into a new rancher and it's the first time I have a back yard. I'm so excited to get pl... See more
I realize that this is not rocket scientist ! LOL I have four tomato plants that I bought at the beginning of the season. They had already started growing. I put each... See more
My potato plants are dying back and it's only August 8th. We've had off and on cool and hot weather all growing season but my potato plants shouldn't be dying yet. Th... See more
growing cucumbers in ground they come out&get about 4 inchs &turn brown/yellow instead of staying green ??
How can my students do more on a small space? They enjoy plantings the flowers & veggies?
Is it safe to plant veggies in metal rings?
I want a raised no dig garden for my veg. I am starting with a blank canvas so any and all advise would be gratefully accepted.
My tomato garden is always in the same spot and can not be moved. Crop rotation is not an option. My garden size is 8' x 10'
Must I tie them up or hill them like potatoes as they grow
I've heard that adding epsom salt wh planting tomatoes will help keep early blight away from tomatoes