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Fall Vegetables Wisconsin Horticulture | UW-Extension Cooperative Extension
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Many fall vegetables have unique flavors, and under proper storage conditions, some types of fall vegetables can last for months.

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What is common corn smut?Wisconsin Horticulture | UW-Extension Cooperative Extension
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What is common corn smut? Common corn smut is a fungal disease that affects field, pop, and sweet corn, as well as the corn relative teosinte (Zea mexicana). Common corn smut is generally not economically significant except in sweet corn where relatively low levels of disease make the crop aesthetically unappealing for fresh market sale […]

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Myths about gardening: Some things work, some things just misinformation
journalstar.com

Cypress mulch fends off insects.

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Lavender Season
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Growing and using lavender in all sorts of ways.

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How to Blanch Vegetable Plants
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To keep some vegetables tender and sweet, we block out the sun and blanch their stems and leaves. Here are some tips for how and which vegetable plants to blanch.

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How-To Make Rhubarb Raspberry Sauce Kissed With Ginger
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I’m back with another rhubarb recipe this week! This time I’m making a rhubarb-rapsberry sauce that gets a little extra kick from some fresh ginger. I will w…

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Gardening project to help health blossom
www.eveningtimes.co.uk

RESIDENTS of Glasgow’s South Side are putting down the roots on a healthy lifestyle thanks to the opening of two community gardens.

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What is soil pH and what does it mean?: Organic Gardening
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Your soil’s pH level is dependent on many factors, including soil type and organic matter. Learn to control your soil pH and build a healthy garden from the ground up.

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Straw Bale Gardening
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Here’s a new approach to raised bed gardening. Watch this video to receive instructions for planting in a straw bale.

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Bacillus thuringiensis: A Natural and Safe Microbial Pesticide – Vegetable Gardener
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In addition to being a convenient way to control pests, Bt is also a good way to maintain the natural equilibrium of the ecosystem in your garden.

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