Row by Row Episode 183: Making The Most Out Of Your Small Space

No matter how large or small your garden is, every grower wants to get the most out of their space. What if you only have a 20 x 20 space? Let’s talk about small space gardening, what important factors to think of when planning your garden, and which varieties to plant. Garden Site Considerations Good

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Row by Row Episode 182: What Vegetables To Grow In Containers

Not everyone has a large enough space for in-ground planting, tonight we focus on container gardening and give you some ideas on what to grow this season! We are excited to introduce our newest collection, the Acre Homestead Container Collection was hand-curated by Becky at Acre Homestead. We have partnered with Becky to focus on

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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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Row by Row Episode 180: Why You Should Plant A Winter Garden

Want to expand your garden all throughout the year? We know having a garden in the spring and summer months is very popular but you can have a bountiful harvest in the fall & winter months too. Growing A Winter Garden We know the most popular garden to grow is in the spring and summer

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Row by Row Episode 179: Gardening Questions & Answers

Gardening Questions & Answers Part 1 Can you plant potatoes without sprouting first? Yes, you can. If you don’t pre-sprout them, they can take a little bit longer in the ground to come up but yes, it can be done. How do you calculate how much (or how concentrated) fertilizer to run through your drip?

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Row by Row Episode 178: Winterize Your Garden

What should you do to “winterize” your garden? Tonight, we discuss exactly what you need to do in your garden this season. Based on your zone, you may need a more ardent strategy than some others in warmer climates. Winterizing Your Garden Be sure you bring tender plants inside, cover vulnerable plants (remember to take

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Row by Row Episode 177: Garden Seed Update

Tonight, we discuss the difference in seeds. With a lot of confusion on what Open-Pollinated, Heirloom, and Hybrid seeds are, we will break it down for you. Open-Pollinated (OP) Occurs in nature, naturally. As long as plants are separated from other varieties, will breed true to type. Advantages: Save seeds for next season, Superior flavor

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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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