Category Archives: Agrarianism

Till the Soil and Start Planting

The time has come to discuss planting directly in the garden.  Now bear in mind that my planting dates are later than those in many other parts of the country.  That is because I live in a short season growing area … Continue reading

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Transplanting Seedlings

Do You Need to Transplant Your Seedlings? How do you know if you need to give your plantlets a little more room?  The first clue is if they start to slow down in their growth.  I probably should have transplanted … Continue reading

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Ode to the Oldtimers

Sometimes it is good to rediscover old knowledge that has been forgotten.  There is no better way of doing this than striking up a friendship with an older person.  My own friendships and acquaintances with older people, whether through reading, … Continue reading

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Tending Tomato Seedlings

Some of you may have taken my advice and planted tomatoes indoors under grow lights and heat lamps.  A word of caution: do not let your heat lamps be too close to your seedlings, as they can burn them.  Today, … Continue reading

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