January 29th, 2011
Get tomato tips from Renee Studebaker of Renee's Roots: her favorites, saving seeds to plant again, and how to start early in spite of cold weather. Trisha tackles pill bugs.
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Tips of the Week
Sneak in some more cool weather crops like broccoli, carrots, carrots, lettuce or onion sets.
Move trees, shrubs and roses that need a new spot.
Cut back browned woody plants that have gone dormant.
Plant trees, shrubs, roses, and hardy perennials.
Prepare your soil for summer crops like tomatoes and peppers.
Start tomato seeds indoors or in a greenhouse.
Get on weed patrol! Recent rains germinated them. It's easier to tackle them now to keep control.
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Question of the Week
Can I use my doggie doo in the compost pile?