Greenhouses – Time for seeds

February 8, 2011
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Did you know that March, April and May are the biggest months for greenhouse purchases? If you’re buried in snow, building a greenhouse doesn’t have much appeal right now. If you already have a greenhouse, you’re going to be busy getting prepared for your spring growing season. This is the time to cheer yourself up […]

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Ice Cream from your Greenhouse – Ice Cream Makers

July 29, 2010
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The summer growing season with its plentiful yield of nature’s bounty is a wonderful time of year. Those fresh fruits and veggies are a great accompaniment to any meal, but it can become a bit overwhelming when Mother Nature produces more than you know what to do with.

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Disease Resistant Greenhouse Tomatoes Minimize Heartbreak

July 27, 2010
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Everywhere I go people are talking about their tomato plants. Some are saying this year’s crop is going to be the best they’ve ever had. Others are saying that they’re losing their tomatoes at an alarming rate to disease.

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Growing Greenhouse Tomatoes Without End Rot Problems

July 9, 2010
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How many times have you planted tomatoes only to have them develop a black or brown leathery area at the blossom end (the end opposite the stem) of the fruit?

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Conserve Water for Your Greenhouse – Get a Rain Barrel

July 3, 2010
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I was amazed to learn that experts believe 40 percent of the household water usage during the summer months in the United States goes to lawn and garden maintenance. That’s a lot of water!

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Zucchini Threatens Takeover – Greenhouse Zucchini Recipes

June 23, 2010
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Anyone that has ever grown zucchini knows that a healthy plant is quite capable of overwhelming you with its steady yield of long, cylindrical squash. When it comes to those prolific bearers, zucchini can grow from a mere two inches in length today to be the size of a baseball bat tomorrow.

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Can Asparagus Cure Cancer?

June 20, 2010
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Am I alone in thinking that it would be nice if everyone used the Internet to share accurate information? Unfortunately, I receive all too many emails that sound really good until I

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Composters – Kitchen Waste Delights Gardeners

June 16, 2010
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There’s nothing quite like gardening. The smell of freshly tilled soil evokes images of plump ripe tomatoes and a dinner table full of homegrown vegetables that taste better than any you can buy at the supermarket.

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Greenhouse To Do Schedule – TeuxDeux

June 11, 2010
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Most of us have so much to do each day that often some very important tasks fall by the wayside. That may be ok with some things, but if you have living, breathing plants awaiting you attention in your greenhouse, you can’t afford to forget or run out of time.

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Hanging Baskets of Veggies in Your Greenhouse

May 14, 2010
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It can be a challenge to grow vegetables in hanging baskets in the open air because they dry out so quickly. If you’ve heard that the popular hanging tomato planters usually yield substandard crops, that’s why. Let the soil dry out for a short period and your tomatoes are toast!

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The Perfect Greenhouse Shoes – Crocs

May 14, 2010
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Almost everyone I know who gardens has a pair of Crocs™. Who wouldn’t? They’re perfect for standing in damp areas. Just like plants that are bred to resist fungus and are especially sought after for greenhouses, these Crocs™ are made to resist bacteria and the fungus that can be a problem in a damp greenhouse […]

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