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Grow Parthenocarpic Cucumbers for a Disease-Free Harvest

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Grow Parthenocarpic Cucumbers for a Disease-Free Harvest

 

National Gardening Association published "good news for home gardeners struggling with cucumber blights and diseases, most of which are spread by insects!"

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Get the USDA Forest Service Invasive Plants Reference and Field Guide

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Get the USDA Forest Service Invasive Plants Reference and Field Guide

 

The USDA Forest Service Invasive Plants Reference and Field Guide is a "must-have" addition to your horticultural library.

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The Annoying Weed That Makes For The Perfect Fertilizer For Your Garden

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The Annoying Weed That Makes For The Perfect Fertilizer For Your Garden

 

House Digest recently reported on this notorious weed. 

"Rather than curse their very existence or dump their hacked remains onto your compost pile, where they're liable to spread, why not turn them into a healthy beverage for your plants?"

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Gardeners are fuming about a study that found produce from urban farms has a high carbon footprint

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Gardeners are fuming about a study that found produce from urban farms has a high carbon footprint

 

"The backlash was swift. University of Michigan students organized a rebuttal letter, arguing that narrowly focusing on carbon emissions overlooked the broader environmental harms of industrial-scale farming such as biodiversity loss and water pollution."

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Food from urban agriculture has carbon footprint 6 times larger than conventional produce...

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Food from urban agriculture has carbon footprint 6 times larger than conventional produce...

 

Science Daily reports, "A new University of Michigan-led international study finds that fruits and vegetables grown in urban farms and gardens have a carbon footprint that is, on average, six times greater than conventionally grown produce."

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