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Southern Blight Of Pepper Plants – Managing Peppers With Southern Blight Miscellaneous

Southern Blight Of Pepper Plants – Managing Peppers With Southern Blight

By: Mary Ellen EllisPepper southern blight is a serious and destructive fungal infection that attacks pepper plants at the base. This infection can quickly destroy plants and survives in the soil. To get rid of the fungus is nearly impossible, so prevention is key, along with using management measures if the infection strikes your garden.

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Gerbera - How to care for and grow your gerberas Various

Gerbera - How to care for and grow your gerberas

HOW TO GROW AND CARE FOR OUR TREE PLANTS We find splendid plants much loved for their colorful and durable flowers. Page 1 - 2 considerations: multiplication by seed has the disadvantage that, when genetic variability takes over, you will not be sure to have a gerbera equal to the mother plants, therefore if you want to have a precise specimen it is best not to use this technique; multiplication by division of the head it is not widely used in nursery practice because it gives rise to few plants and does not give the certainty that the product obtained is healthy; the multiplication by microtalea is not suitable for being carried out in a domestic environment.

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How to deal with scab on an apple tree and protect the crop? Collections

How to deal with scab on an apple tree and protect the crop?

In almost every region, apple trees are susceptible to such an insidious disease as scab. It causes irreparable harm to the garden, reducing the yield and winter hardiness of the tree. Every gardener should know how to recognize a disease, what measures to take if the trees are already infected with scab. In this article, we will just consider such topical issues.

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Bush Vegetable Plants: Using Bush Vegetables For Urban Gardens Collections

Bush Vegetable Plants: Using Bush Vegetables For Urban Gardens

Gardening of any ilk is good for the soul, body and often the pocketbook. Not everyone has a large veggie garden plot; in fact, more and more of us live in space saving condos, apartments, or micro-homes with little room for a garden. For just this reason, if you peruse any gardening catalog, you will find the words miniature and dwarf featured prominently and touted as perfect for the urban gardener.

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Growing Chelan Cherries: Learn About Chelan Cherry Tree Care Interesting

Growing Chelan Cherries: Learn About Chelan Cherry Tree Care

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistMost of us know a Bing cherry when we see it, but the cherry Chelan variety is actually ripe and ready almost two weeks earlier and has a similar appearance and just as much flavor. What are Chelan cherries? They are the earliest cherry out of Washington, produce less double fruit and resist cracking.

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