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garden plot b, before the sweet potato vines engulfed the entire left side of the fence.  Produced enormous sweet potatoes, one up to sixteen pounds.

garden plot b, before the sweet potato vines engulfed the entire left side of the fence. Produced enormous sweet potatoes, one up to sixteen pounds.

How to grow sweet potatoes  A 10-step guide to sprouting plants indoors, cultivating and storing them.

How to grow sweet potatoes

A guide to sprouting plants indoors, cultivating and storing them. Note: last time I tried growing sweet potatoes, the insects got them before I did.

how to prep a sweet potato for planting

How to Plant and Grow Sweet Potatoes

How to Root a Sweet Potato for Planting. We have several small sweet potatoes in glasses on our kitchen window sill. I can't wait to plant them. try this year to show and maybe next year for growing potatoes

27 tips for home and garden makeover... even if you only have an hour to spare - Mirror Online

27 tips for a spring home and garden makeover... even if you only have an hour to spare

Homemade Earth-Friendly Insecticidal Soap (Repels pests, deer and bunnies from your garden plants!)

Sweet Peas and Pumpkins Homemade Earth-Friendly Insecticidal Soap Base: 1 head of garlic, 1 tablespoon red pepper flakes, 1 cup water. Mix 2 Tbsp base with tsp liquid dish soap and 2 cups water for plant spray.

when planting your tomatoes, lay the long stem in a trough and bury it. The plant will put out more roots then for a good anchor and the plant won't be so tall and spindly.

Get Your Tomatoes off to a Perfect Start

Plant Deeply Tomato plants form roots all the way along their stems, so you can give your plants an extra-strong root system (especially the tall, leggy ones) by planting them on their sides.

How to grow potatoes organically -- when and how to plant, hill, harvest.

growing potatoes organically: when and how to plant, hill and harvest

Here's an interesting tip to prevent slugs and snails from entering into you raised garden beds...

Pennies glued to square foot garden Glued pennies to the side of my square foot garden bed to keep slugs away. Slugs and snails won't cross copper. Glued pennies to the side of my square foot garden bed.

growing cabbage for canning sauerkraut, or stewed cabbage,or for making cole slaw. We would put them in what we called a potato hole and they would keep during winter

Growing Cabbage For Beginners

Growing Cabbage is great for beginners because of its hardiness! Learn about sowing and planting cabbage and how to deal with cabbage pests.

Potatoes, Grow Them, Cook Them, Enjoy

Potatoes, Grow Them, Cook Them, Enjoy

Growing potatoes: dig about 12 inches deep, mix half compost into the soil and plant about 5 inches deep. Add soil around as the plant grows. You can cover in the fall and harvest as long as the soil remains frost free.

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