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Potato Growing Guide

Growing Guides Onions Strawberries Potato Growing Guide Which Potato Plants Should You Grow? Spring Planting Schedule Planting Methods Soil, Irrigation, & Fertilizer Pest & Disease Protection​ Harvesting, Curing & Storage Extra Credit Grow Potatoes At Home For centuries, the potato has reigned supreme as one of the most popular plants to have in your garden.

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Tomato Growing Guide

Because the world of tomatoes is such a vast one, figuring out what is the best variety and type for you really comes down to preference, use, and location.

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How To Grow Tomatoes From Seed

Fill each cell in the trays completely with seed starting mix. Use your hands to pack the mix into each cell, saving some for covering the seeds later.
Place starting tray on bottom tray and lightly water from above to generously moisten seed starting mix. Repeat 3-4 times to ensure all of the soil in the cells are moist. Water should be dripping from the bottom of the trays.
Make an indentation

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3 Methods To Storing Onions

Once you have read our Onion Growing Guide and have a big, beautiful crop of sweet onions, it’s time to store them for the long haul. The curing process can take several weeks depending on your zone, heat, and humidity level. The main thing

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Onion Growing Guide

How to grow onions is a question that a lot of vegetable gardeners have undoubtedly asked themselves. The next inevitable questions is how to start growing your onions. There are 3 main ways most gardeners start their onions; from seeds, set, or plants. We have done the research and to have the most control over the type of onion you are going to end up with,

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How To Grow Onions From Seed

Fill each cell in the trays completely with seed starting mix. Use your hands to pack the mix into each cell, saving some for covering the seeds later.
Place starting tray on bottom tray and lightly water from above to generously moisten seed starting mix. Repeat 3-4 times to ensure all of the soil in the cells are moist. Water should be dripping from the bottom of the trays.
Make an indentation

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How to Control Powdery and Downy Mildew in the Vegetable Garden

The Cucurbit Family Some of our favorite vegetable garden crops are in the cucurbit family which includes squash, cucumbers, winter squash, and summer squash. However, these cucurbit crops are the most susceptible to powdery mildew and downy mildew which are very harsh diseases in the vegetable garden. When temperatures start to rise up and we

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VEGETABLE GARDENING FAQS

IS IT WORTH IT TO GROW YOUR OWN VEGETABLES?
The short answer is ABSOLUTELY! Growing your own food can have substantial benefits including saving money on fresh produce, helping the environment, and knowing that your produce is truly safe. 

HOW DOES GARDENING HELP THE ENVIRONMENT?
Growing your own fruits and vegetables can improve the environment by helping to reduce carbon emissions from the import of commercially grown produce. By growing your own food, you also control the pesticides and fertilizers used in your garden and help greatly reduce the potentially harmful chemicals used by commercial growers.

HOW DO I START A VEGETABLE GARDEN?
Starting your vegetable garden can be as simple as you’d like it to be. HOSS Study Hall has all the resources you need for beginners and veterans, alike. Can’t find what you’re looking for? Just submit your questions below or contact customer service and we will answer whatever questions you have.

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We love Hoss Tools. They make sure to carry quality products including seeds and categories that germinate well and have superior growing traits. Their customer service is amazing. They make a lot of instruction videos to teach home gardeners and have the best garden show on YouTube!
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These folks are five stars across the board. Always a good amount of seeds for the price, fast shipping, no excuses. The videos are common sense and based upon feed your family and help your neighbors. These are qualities not seen in most companies in this nation at present. They have my 100% support
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I buy all my irrigation supplies from Hoss, and have also bought seeds. Service is always good and they have a nice selection of seeds. Five Stars!
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I had a question about the double wheel deal bundle so I called the customer service number. I was gobsmacked when someone answered the phone on the third ring. A real, live human. I don’t remember her name but I thank you kindly. We ordered the plow and it is perfect. Good germination from the Nero shallots also.
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