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Growing Guides Onions Strawberries Onion Growing Guide Seeds, Sets, or Plants? Transplanting Your Onions Soil, Irrigation, & Fertilizer Pest & Disease Protection Harvesting, Curing & Storage Extra Credit The 3 Factors To Growing Great Onions The most common mistakes we have encountered when it comes to a great crop of onions really comes down to
Growing Guides Onions Strawberries Growing Onions From Seed Which Onions To Plant Growing Onions From Seed Supply List Planting Onion Seeds Extra Credit The Best Onion To Plant For Your Location Onion production is largely based on the amount of sunlight it receives during the entire growing process. In order for the bulbs to form
Strawberry plugs vs. bare root plants. Which one is better and why?
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
Saving Time with Cherry Tomato Trellising As the days are getting hotter and our tomatoes are growing taller, we try to answer the question of what is the most simple cherry tomato trellis. With cherry tomatoes having less foliage and smaller fruits, gardeners have more options on what they choose to support their tomatoes. Trellising,
When Should I Start Digging my Potatoes? Irish Potatoes are one of the most maintenance-free crops, but the big question is, how do I know when my potatoes are ready? Digging potatoes is the hardest part about growing a potato plant. You will know it is the right time, though when the vines start dying
ProCut Sunflowers- Not just Easy on the Eyes! Squash, Tomatoes, Cucumbers, those are all things that come to our mind when someone says they are starting a garden, but where are the ProCut Sunflowers?? Sunflowers, especially the ProCut variety, are a beneficiary to any garden by attracting pollinators. Not only do they draw the pollinators,
What is the Best Warm-Season Cover Crop? Cover crops are a great way to improve the health and nutrients of your soil. Warm-season cover crops work explicitly great as a transition between spring and fall gardens. In South Georgia, that means we can plant warm-season cover crops anywhere from early spring until late fall. So
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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 organic.
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.