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Pepper Wilt On Plants: What Causes Wilting Peppers - When pepper plants wilt, you should pay attention. This article will explain more about the tough-to-eradicate diseases that may be affecting your pepper plants. So read here for help with wilting pepp

Growing Rhubarb. Remove rhubarb flowers as they appear. the second year, stems can be harvested from April to June, when the leaves have fully unfurled and the stems are (12") long.Never take more than half of the stems at a time. Stop harvesting by the end of July.

Canning Rhubarb: Stewed - Real Food - MOTHER EARTH NEWS - Canning rhubarb gives you a sweet treat for months. Make home canning a successful venture by using the USDA Canning Guide.

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…

Jalapeno Pepper Plant: Growing And Caring For Jalapeno Peppers

Although jalapeno plant care is not difficult, plants must be kept watered during hot, dry spells. It is best to avoid getting water on the fruit; therefore, drip irrigation is the best form of watering for jalapeno plants.

Tomato Blight-Baking-soda spray consists of 1 tablespoon of baking soda mixed with 2 1/2 tablespoons of vegetable oil. Once you have thoroughly mixed the baking soda with the oil, add 1 gallon of water and 1/2 teaspoon of castile soap. For easier application, transfer the baking-soda mixture to a pump sprayer and thoroughly apply the spray to the tomato plants, ensuring the mixture covers both the upper and lower leaves as well as the soil. Multiple applications every 5 to 7 days

Tomato Blight-Baking-soda spray consists of 1 tablespoon of baking soda mixed with 2 1/2 tablespoons of vegetable oil. Once you have thoroughly mixed the baking soda with the oil, add 1 gallon of water and 1/2 teaspoon of castile soap. For easier application, transfer the baking-soda mixture to a pump sprayer and thoroughly apply the spray to the tomato plants, ensuring the mixture covers both the upper and lower leaves as well as the soil. Multiple applications every 5 to 7 days

Why Your Pepper Plants Aren't Producing and What to Do About It

Why Are My Peppers Not Producing: Causes Of Pepper Plants Not Flowering Or Fruiting

Peppers are all warm-season veggies and need at least 6 hours of sun to produce fruit. Even when that requirement is met, sometimes there will be no flowers or fruit on the peppers. This article will help with info on why this occurs.

Tomato problems: why a tomato cracks and what to do about it

Why a Tomato Cracks and What to Do About It Tomato cracks (sometimes called “growth cracks”) are a problem associated with growing conditions. Dry weather that gives way to excessive watering or a rainy period can lead to cracking.

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Pepper Sunscald - Preventing Sunscald On Pepper Fruit

Tips To Stop Sunscald On Pepper Plants - Even the most heat seeking plant can get too much of a good thing. Pepper sunscald is common when the plants are forming fruit in the late summer heat. Find tips for preventing sunscald on pepper fruit here.

How to Feed Tomato Plants Using Natural Products

How to Feed Tomato Plants Using Natural Products

Tomato Plant Diseases and Hydrogen Peroxide add cup of hydrogen peroxide to each gallon of water. To remove fungus from plants or their soil, make up a stronger solution by doubling the amount of peroxide per mixture but keeping the same amount of water

Generally, my plants set a couple of fruit at best, or no fruit at all on the pepper plants. That led me to do a little research on why a pepper plant won’t produce. Find out the reasons and what can be done in this article.

Pepper Plant Not Producing – Reasons For Pepper Plant With No Flowers Or Fruit

Generally, my plants set a couple of fruit at best, or no fruit at all on the pepper plants. That led me to do a little research on why a pepper plant won’t produce. Find out the reasons and what can be done in this article.

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