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How To Stake Tomatoes
Should you stake, cage or trellis the vines?
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How to Thin Seedlings
How to Thin Seedlings
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New Tomato Varieties
Try these All-American Selections winners in your garden.
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Cherry Plums for North Dakota
Cherry plums were developed to survive the extreme weather of the northern Great Plains. They are extremely hardy (Zone 3), resist drought, and will bear fruit after one to two years. Here are some tips and recommended cultivars for gardeners in North Dakota.
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Grow Your Own Garlic
Varieties of garlic from all over the world are available. Explore! Plant the cloves this fall, and you will be enjoying fresh and zesty garlic in your meals next summer.
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Pears for North Dakota
Tips and cultivars for growing pears in North Dakota.
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Perfect perennials
Ornamental grasses are easy to grow and look attractive all year
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Bee friendly
Bees in ND are threatened by economic development and mites. Learn how to promote bee activity in your yard.
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Grow your own gold
Fall-sown cover crops will add organic matter ("black gold") to your garden soil.
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