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When is Corn Ready to Pick?

FINE GARDENING MAGAZINE (for a national audience) How can you tell when your corn is ripe to harvest? First, look at the top ear on your corn plant. The top ear is always the first to ripen. Find more good videos at the Fine Gardening Youtube Channel, and still more good information on the Fine Gardening …Read more »

How to Harvest and Cure Garlic

PACIFIC NORTHWEST By Misilla at Learn to Grow Harvest garlic. How to harvest your garlic! When to harvest garlic. Harvesting, Curing and Storing Garlic! Buy Garlic for planting, Soft Neck: Hard Neck Garlic: STAY CONNECTED WITH LEARN TO GROW…… JOIN OUR COMMUNITY ON FACEBOOK!…

October Gardening Checklist – Things To Do In Your Organic Garden During Fall

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA, by Trish Boudier of Peaceful Valley Organic Gardening October gets people excited for squash, corn, and other fall crops. However there are plenty of other things to do besides harvesting and decorating for the holidays. Check out our list of things to do in your organic garden during October. Organic gardening, homesteading, farming, lifestyle …Read more »

How to Prune Citrus Trees

CALIFORNIA, by Four Winds Growers From GGVideos editor Charlie Nardozzi: Basics on tools, timing and pruning young citrus trees in containers.

Growing Blueberries in Southern California with Nicholas Staddon

S. CALIFORNIA, for Rogers Garden Learn from Monrovia’s Director of New Plants, Nicholas Staddon, how to plant, grow and successfully harvest your own blueberries.

Plum Curculio: This Could be Why you Don’t Get Fruit!

NEW JERSEY, by The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni Plum curculio is one of the worst fruit pests in the Northeast! Subscribe:… Facebook: LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: My Secret RARE Fruit Tree, PERSIMMONS!!

The Honest Truth about How to Have a ‘Weed Free’ Garden

MICHIGAN, by Luke Marion at MIgardener There is good news and bad news to having a weed free garden. The good news is you can have one and anyone can do it, the bad news is it doesn’t just happen. It takes a little bit of work and persistence. .99 Heirloom Vegetable Seeds: ——————————————————————————————- …Read more »

How I Interplant Nitrogen Fixing Cover Crops & Food Crops for the Fall

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS AREA, by Patrick Dolan of One Yard Revolution Published on Aug 3, 2017 As I harvest crops planted this spring, I interplant nitrogen fixing cover crops and food crops for the fall, ensuring a continuous harvest and an ample supply of nitrogen. Premium Soil Builder Mix:… If you shop on Amazon, you can …Read more »

Do This For A Bigger Asparagus Harvest!

NEW JERSEY, by The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni If you want bigger asparagus harvests their are a few things I will share today that will help ensure that. Subscribe:… Facebook: LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: CUCUMBERS, Everything You Need To Know! 5 TIPS FOR BUILDING HEALTHY SOIL:

How to Spray Fruit Trees in the Winter

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How to Stake a Tree

KANSAS STATE Staking a tree is important to help it establish a strong root system — especially with strong winds. This segment provides information on where to place the stake, how to protect the tree from rubbing on the stake, and when to remove it. Produced by the Department of Communications at Kansas State University. …Read more »

How to Prune Trees and Shrubs

BY ATLANTA-BASED JOE LAMP’L FOR MILORGANITE Learn when is the best time of the year to prune your trees and shrubs, the benefits of pruning, and tips for successful pruning. One of the most important tasks of the year should be done before the busy spring rush—the pruning of dormant trees and shrubs. Pruning is …Read more »