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A roundup of our top-5 summer gardening tip articles to help you grow your best organic garden ever!
It’s getting hot outside. Your garden is taking off with plants seemingly doubling in size overnight.
Bees, butterflies, and insects are buzzing around everywhere, including some insects that seem to want to eat your plants just as much as you do. Peak season for certain plant diseases is also fast approaching.
It’s one of life’s most gratifying experiences to see your time and effort pay off to the tune of a full harvest basket full of delicious homegrown produce from your garden.
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Black beauty tomatoes. We’ve had some that get almost uniformly dark black/purple, but these beauties have some gorgeous red flame action going on below those purple shoulders. All the best flavor notes you could want in an heirloom tomato with some extra anthocyanin for your health. #blackbeautytomatoes #heirloomseeds #growjourney #heirloomtomatoes
While gardening is incredible rewarding, it can also sometimes be frustrating. It’s always heartbreaking when you find your plant babies have been killed by pest insects or diseases.
We’re here to help make sure you have more gardening success and less heartbreak! These five summer gardening articles are full of tips to help you grow your best summer garden ever:
GrowJourney’s Top 5 Gardening Tip Articles For Summer Gardening
Unlike during cool weather gardening season, warm weather wakes up lots of pathogenic microorganisms that can wreak havoc on your garden plants. Here’s how to prevent or stop these diseases using organic gardening methods.
On one acre of healthy land, there are 400,000,000 insects. Thankfully, 95% of them are beneficial or benign, and the good ones can help you control the pests.
In this article, you’ll learn how to work with insects to get better production and less pests in your summer garden.
We hear this question a lot: “how much do I water my seedlings after I transplant them out into my garden?”
Knowing how much to water your new plants to get them established can have life or death consequences for your plants. This article will answer all your watering questions.
Tomato cages you get from the garden center tend to be too short and too flimsy. We’ll show you how to make strong tomato cages like we use.
These tomato cages work for other plants too, and they’ll last for decades.
Squash vine borers are perhaps the most hated of all garden pests for anyone who lives east of the Rocky Mountains. Squash vine borers can turn healthy squash plants into dead squash plants literally overnight.
In this article, you’ll learn how to control these little scoundrels so you can enjoy summer squash all season long.
If you have any summer gardening questions, please ask us in the comments section below!