Planting green onions from seed is a simple and rewarding process that allows you to grow your own flavorful onions at home.
It is not uncommon to find mushrooms growing in gardens, and some of these mushrooms may resemble flowers in their appearance. Such as pink oysters, green elf cups, and orange peel fungus.
This article covers all the signs that your fruit expired, plus how long you can expect it to last. You must store your citrus fruits properly, so you’ll want to keep reading.
Overall, it’s likely this fungus if you find red streaks inside your bananas. There’s more to learn about Nigrospora and other possible diseases in your produce. Let’s begin!
If you enjoy eating strawberries, you’ll want to know how to clean the fruit before eating it. It’s not uncommon for these bugs to make their home there.
All it really involves is telling your soil a little more frequently, leveraging “trap” crops and partner plants, or helping build up the natural hornworm predator population around your tomato patch.
You’ll need to prep your plants and either overwinter them in pots indoors, keep them bare root dormant through the winter, or maintain them as stem trimmings but it can be done!
Tomato plants usually die when the winter comes, but there are things you can do to keep them alive for the next season.
There are lots of ways to do this. Whichever strategy you choose, just make sure that you check on the plant regularly and provide it with any extra care that it may need.
A majority of fruits have seeds, but there are some seedless options. For example, bananas and some types of grapes are seedless.
Most vegetables won’t have seeds. You’ll want to keep reading to learn more about what vegetables have seeds, what ones don’t, and why.
There are multiple ways for vegetables to reproduce. This article contains everything you need to know to try these methods with your garden. Keep reading to learn more!
We’ll go over what a tomato hornworm is and how to identify it, the habits of tomato hornworms that make them dangerous to our gardens, and the best way to repel them.
In order to prevent and treat tomato leaf disease, you can stay on top of proper irrigation, fungicide use, using resistant tomato plant varieties, and more.
Learn more about tomato diseases, including whether tomato diseases can spread to other plants, as well as how to prevent these diseases from spreading, and more.
Learn more about tomato plant pests, including fruitworms, aphids, slugs, and leaf-footed bugs, as well as how to get rid of these nasty pests, and more.
Some tomato plants turn yellow because they are experiencing poor plant care, like bad watering techniques, or they have been planted in inadequate soil.