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Follow all these tips to make growing healthy and fruitful tomato plants  easy.    1. Plant your tomato plant in a place with 10 hours of direct sunlight.  2. Have enough space between plants for air flow.  3. Soak the base of your tomato plants once a week or more during those hot  summer days.  4. Pinch and remove suckers that develop in the crotch joint of two  branches.  5. Use a tomato cage to support your plants.  6. When your tomato plant reaches 3 ft. tall, remove the leaves from the…
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10 Tomato Growing Tips

Follow all these tips to make growing healthy and fruitful tomato plants easy. 1. Plant your tomato plant in a place with 10 hours of direct sunlight. 2. Have enough space between plants for air flow. 3. Soak the base of your tomato plants once a week or more during those hot summer days. 4. Pinch and remove suckers that develop in the crotch joint of two branches. 5. Use a tomato cage to support your plants. 6. When your tomato plant reaches 3 ft. tall, remove the leaves from the…

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Top 10 Important Gardening Tips And Uses for Epsom salts

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Growing Tomatoes in Hanging Baskets

Gardening for Beginners-Growing Fruit and Vegetables in Hanging Baskets. I'm on a frugality kick and enjoying growing my own strawberries and tomatoes - but beware...it's addictive. I'm making my own wine this week :o)

Tomato Blossom End Rot - How to prevent it. A Frugal Garden tip that isn't included in the article is using Aspirin – Dissolve 3/4 of an uncoated asprin tablet in 1 gallon of water. Spray plants ever 2-3 weeks with the mixture to prevent fungus problems, including powdery mildew and black spot. It’s also been found to help some plants yield more fruit than using commercial fertilizers.

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Jalapeno Pepper Plant: Growing And Caring For Jalapeno Peppers

Jalapeno Plant Care – How To Grow Jalapeno Peppers By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener The jalapeno pepper plant is a member of the hot pepper family and shares company with other fiery hot varieties such as tobacco, cayenne and cherry. Jalapenos are the only pepper that is not allowed to fully ripen and change color before being picked. Growing jalapeno peppers is not difficult if you provide plants with good soil, plenty of sunlight and ample water. How to Grow ......

Ochs Orchard is a three generation family farm. In the late 1930's it started as the partnership of Ochs & Scheuermann. Peter Ochs and Chris Scheuermann ran a wholesale apple and peach fruit farm until 1969. In 1969 Peter purchased Chris Scheuermann's share of the farm and in 1971 invited his son, Leslie, to operate the orchard with him. In 1973, Leslie and his wife, Susan, purchased the orchard from Peter. Les promoted the retail trade by opening a farmstand. He then started…

How to have much more peppers from your pepper plants: “sprinkle the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a sprinkle bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That offers the pepper plant an increase of magnesium that is necessary at blooming period to make fruit. Spray them again Ten days later and in a few weeks, and you will own much more peppers than you can consume.” | Thinking of selling or buying in San Bernardino or Riverside Counties? Contact George Lawson today: 951-324-5053