I have 1 tomato plant which flowers but does not produce any tomatoes. What am I doing wrong?
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
grwong new plants from the bottom of celery
I have a plastic beat up wheel barrow, it leaks from the container where it is screwed to the frame and the wheel is beyond repair. Any suggestions for growing vegeta... See more
Hello, yes no matter what I do I am not able to keep my rosemary plant alive. It usually dies on me. i have tried 4 different times. PLEASE HELP???
We have bushy, healthy tomatoes and green bean plants that have blooms. BUT NO TOMATOES OR BEANS!!! What’s going on??? We don’t have animal or insect problems. An... See more
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
Mine always rot on the vine before they ripen. This year I even put them in individual pots with good drainage and nothing but potting soil.
Does Kahlorabi take a lot of room to grow
I have tried growing cherry tomatoes every year for a decade, moving them to different beds regularly, but they always get attacked by blight and the crop usually fai... See more
Hi. I planted cucumbers for the first time this year and was wondering how to tell when they are ready to pick. By color, size? Any input would help! Thank you 😊
How can my students do more on a small space? They enjoy plantings the flowers & veggies?
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'
Are they treated to prevent them from sprouting?
My question is....I read that you should water it 2xs a day. I had to go out of town for a week. Is it ok to leave it without getting watered? Or should I empose a ne... See more
I've heard that adding epsom salt wh planting tomatoes will help keep early blight away from tomatoes