Gardening with Greg

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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ProCut Sunflowers- The Best Way to Keep Bees in your Garden!

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, …

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Warm-Season Cover Crops will be the Best Thing to Happen to your Soil

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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Tomato Growing- Everyone’s Favorite Vegetable or Fruit??

All About Tomato Growing Almost everybody’s favorite thing to do in the vegetable garden is tomato growing, but did you know tomatoes are a fruit! Tomatoes come from the ovary of a flowering plant, making it a seed-bearing fruit. Others like this that we usually classify as vegetables are eggplants and peppers. Tomatoes are a …

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