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  • If you're wondering how you'll know when bananas are ready to pick, here are photos to showing the various stages. An attentive eye and patience are required to pick your bananas at the perfect time.

    When to Harvest Bananas

    When to Harvest Bananas

    by Mary Wickison42

  • I have been growing chia organically for the past ten years, and I have fine-tuned my growing and harvesting techniques. Chia is easy to grow, and chia seeds have lots of nutritional value.

    How I Grow and Harvest Organic Chia Seeds

    How I Grow and Harvest Organic Chia Seeds

    by LongTimeMother322

  • There are many advantages of consuming beets, including the fact that they are a great source of nutrients like fiber, folate, and vitamin C. They have also been proven to reduce blood pressure and depending on how they are prepared, they are delicious!

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Growing Beets

    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Growing Beets

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney0

  • Growing food for yourself in a Climate Victory Garden helps the soil, water quality, and the atmosphere. It uses 10 recommended practices described here. Keeping a Climate Victory Garden (indoors or out) is a practical way anyone can contribute to reversing accumulated bad changes in the climate.

    Good for the Whole Earth: How to Make a Climate Victory Garden

    Good for the Whole Earth: How to Make a Climate Victory Garden

    by Maren Elizabeth Morgan2

  • Water tomato plants a little away from the stem to encourage the plant to spread its roots. Learn some of the best watering techniques from someone who has been growing tomatoes for years. These tips and guidelines would take you a long way. Read on and you could become an expert yourself!

    Watering Tomatoes: When, How Often & How Much - 5 Pro Tips

    Watering Tomatoes: When, How Often & How Much - 5 Pro Tips

    by Brandon Lobo58

  • How to grow cabbage from seeds in the garden. Gardening tips for planting, growing and harvesting cabbage successfully. It grows very well in cool weather. The seeds germinate quickly and are easy to transplant.

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Cabbage: Gardening

    How to Plant, Grow and Harvest Cabbage: Gardening

    by L M Reid6

  • Can I grow sweet potatoes? This may be a question you've asked yourself before. Through this informative DIY tutorial, you will learn exactly what it takes to grow your own healthy, fresh, and delicious sweet potatoes at home.

    How to Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes at Home

    How to Grow Your Own Sweet Potatoes at Home

    by Planting Alabama0

  • With so many kinds of peppers suitable for growing in Ohio’s climate, you can enjoy them all season long. Mild, hot, tangy or sweet, peppers add a little “spice” to meals, salads and snacks.

    Planting Peppers in Your Ohio Garden

    Planting Peppers in Your Ohio Garden

    by Teri Silver0

  • Okra is a delicious vegetable that is grown as an annual. It can grow up to six feet tall with a spread of about four feet so it needs some room to grow. This article will explain how to go about planting your own backyard crop of this sun-loving vegetable and the varieties that are available.

    How to Successfully Grow Okra From Planting to Harvest

    How to Successfully Grow Okra From Planting to Harvest

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

  • A great way to grow potatoes in small spaces. Try growing potatoes in containers to save space and grow in an environment that's easy to maintain.

    How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

    How to Grow Potatoes in Containers

    by Audrey Kirchner84

  • While in other places you would plant potatoes as early as February or March, here in the desert foothills, June is a good month to start. Learn this and more about growing potatoes.

    Growing Potatoes in the Desert

    Growing Potatoes in the Desert

    by hysongdesigns35

  • There are many vegetables that can be harvested in the winter, many of which actually thrive in the coldest of weather. Most cold-hardy vegetables get sweeter after they have been exposed to colder temperatures. You don't have to wait for early spring; there are four growing seasons. Use them!

    The In's and Out's of Winter Vegetable Gardening

    The In's and Out's of Winter Vegetable Gardening

    by Mike and Dorothy McKenney2

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