How to Grow New Roots on Damaged Seedlings

Vegetables
If you find a damaged seedling that has been separated from its roots by a cutworm, slug, hail, animals or other damage, chances are high…

Growing Armenian Cucumbers in Texas

Vegetables
Armenian cucumbers (Cucumis melo Var. flexuosus), are easy to grow and very prolific producers. They grow very well in Texas and are more…

Growing Cucumbers in Texas

Vegetables
Cucumbers are super easy to grow and very prolific producers. Cucumbers are a low-calorie food with small amounts of potassium, vitamin C…

Growing Kale in Texas

Vegetables
Kale is a very popular green that is very versatile and used in a lot of vegetable dishes. Kale is a great source of Vitamin K, Vitamin C…

Growing and Cooking Collard Greens in Texas

Vegetables
Collards are a tasty green that has had a long history in the South. We love our collard greens. Collard leaves look somewhat similar to…

Swiss Chard: a Beautiful Tasty Green that Grows Well in Texas

Vegetables
Swiss Chard is a great green to grow in Texas because it is much more cold hardy and heat resistant to bolting or going to seed than lettuce…

Growing Parsnips in Texas

Vegetables
Parsnips Parsnips are a wonderful crop to grow through the winter in Texas. In fact, cold weather imparts the parsnip root with a sweeter…

Growing Salad Greens in Texas during the Fall and Winter

Vegetables
Fall and winter are some of the best times to grow salad greens in Texas! Why? Because salad greens thrive in temperatures between 40 to 7…

Controlling Grasshoppers Organically in the Urban Garden

Vegetables
"Holding Grasshoppers by the legs" In the last couple weeks I have noticed a rise in the number of grasshoppers in the garden and…

Growing Zucchini and Yellow Squash

Vegetables
Zucchini and yellow squash are some of the simplest and most rewarding vegetables to grow in your garden. Zucchini and yellow squash are…

Helping to Protect Your Tomatoes from the Birds

Vegetables
Method 1: Method 2: The second method involves the use of cd's connected with yarn to rings that slide back and forth along a wire. They…

Growing Cherokee Blue Mustard for Food and Seeds

Vegetables
Plant Cherokee Blue Mustard seeds 1/8" deep in a sunny location in well-drained soil in the fall or spring. The Cherokee Blue Mustard in…

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