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Tips on Tasty Tomatoes

Now that summer is winding down, most of you have enjoyed the fruits of your gardening labor. Or, if you’re like me and got a late start, then you’re still waiting. It’s never too early to be thinking about next year’s garden and things you can do differently, especially if you want the earliest and sweetest tomato plants on the block. Start early with some growing tips to ensure your bragging rights for next year. Don’t crowd seedlings. Seedlings need room to branch out, so if you are starting tomatoes from seed, you need to give them plenty of room to grow and to be sure not to crowd them....
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Unknown Remedies for Dying Plants

Well, unfortunately, sometimes there is just no helping some dying plants. As I have learned from experience, the one most important chore to remember is to water—but not overwater—your plants. Most people will forget about their plants after a week or so, only to return to find droopy leaves and dry soil. If you catch it in time, there may be help for your plant if it is not dead already. When trying to revive a dying plant, the first step is to try and discover why the plant is dying so that you can heal it properly. The problem may be attributed to several different causes. Some common causes...
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10 Ways to Keep More Green by Going Green

If you don't love saving money, then stop reading right now. For those of you who have continued reading, I must warn you, you are about to embark on a journey of money saving tips. But that's not all! I'm also going to point out how you can save the environment at the same time. So get out your pen and paper, or load your printer with paper, or figure out how to bookmark this page, because you're going to want to remember this information – 10 ways to keep more GREEN by going GREEN. 1. Start your own Garden This is something I have contemplated doing...
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