I have been noticed a light brown crust on top of the soil. Does anyone know what’s happening?Thank you in advance.
THE HEAT INDEX HAS BEEN SO HIGH I'M TRYING TO KEEP AS MUCH MOISTURE IN THE SOIL AS POSSIBLE?
So to prepare, I purchased my seeds & 4 planters to be able to put on counter top so that I don’t need to bend or kneel down as it is now very hard to do. My questi... See more
Plant my tomatoes?
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 left in on the vine to keep growing but when I went to water and check on it, it was turning yellow and didn’t grow very big.
I live in NE Illinois and my zucchini plants leaves are drying up and turning brown. They still have buds on them, and 1 small growing zucchini, but the plants thems... See more
I live in Wa. State and have had them out for 2 months. They flower real good but don't produce. What is wrong.
Hi bought 3 tomatoe plants from HD with their cages attached. Watered them in the dark but the stalks are dying. Could they get too much sun?
What is happening to summer squash and how to treat this?
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'
The last two years I've planted my tomatoes and each year they just stretch up and don't bulk out at the bottom. Any suggestions? I've got them in a 3-shelfgreenhou... See more
They are taking over my small garden, I just want to get them up on something, but I just don't know what because I think they may be to heavy.
Just wanted to know if I could use a portable garden table or should I use a regular garden bed. And do I need poles for beans to climb?
I am growing tomatoes under grow lights with a heating mat.I've turned off the heating make, but don't know when to start putting themoutside for the day and or when... See more
aphids, tomato worms, my rose gets ate up with all kinds off insects, too many to describe.Thanks, Sally