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Published on- 7/22/2014
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When onion bulbs are as large as they will grow, the tops become weak and fall over. When over half of the tops have fallen over, the onions are ready to harvest. Drying and curing the onions will help them last for several months. And, certain varieties can keep all winter.
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Published on- 7/16/2014
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Squash vine borers are moths that lay eggs on the base of the squash plant. The larvae then tunnel into the plants and cause them to wilt, collapse or die. This segment discusses how to identify squash vine borers, and how to treat your plants to prevent damage.

 

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Published on- 7/8/2014
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Looking for an easy to grow hydrangea? Then, consider the Annabelle hydrangea. Just cut the plant to the ground early in the spring, and it will bloom with big, showy white flowers during the summer that turn to a soft green color. 

 

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Published on- 7/3/2014
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How do you tell when watermelon is ripe on the vine? This segments gives several tips for determining when it’s ready to pick. It also shows a new variety that doesn’t take up much room in the garden – you can even grow it in a large container.
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Published on- 6/23/2014
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Eggplants come in all varieties – from the familiar dark purple to skinny white ones. And they’re easy to prepare by oven roasting or grilling. This segment demonstrates several different kinds that grow well in Kansas, and explains the best time to harvest.
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