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We've Got You Covered: A Guide to Cover Crops

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How to Ferment Your Vegetable Garden Harvest

Fermentation is one of the many ways to preserve your harvest. It is also one of the best ways to retain the natural nutrients in raw living foods. Unlike other preservation methods that require cooking to some extent, fermentation uses...

pea blossom cover crop

Winter-Killed vs. Overwintering Fall Cover Crops

How to Plant Cover Crops Cover crops are a fantastic tool to keep your garden in tip-top shape. But how should a cover crop be planted? The most common way of actually spreading the seed is by broadcasting. Broadcasting means...

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A Tomato Shortage is Coming

The current growing season has made it evident that commercial tomato crops are struggling with the effects of climate change, extreme drought conditions, and rising water prices. The combination of these factors results in the supply of domestically grown tomatoes...

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How to Grow a Giant Pumpkin Guide

Growing award-winning giant pumpkins is a sport. Giant pumpkin growers are as dedicated to their growth as athletes are to their sports. It is a world of its own! The current pumpkin world record holder is Stefano Cutrupi from Italy....


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  • Vik Aug 30

    Thank you for including a shade tolerant cover crop. I just realized there’s a patch of shade in my yard that could use it!


  • Martha S Dirkes Aug 16

    Will any of these suppress Bermuda grass growth to help rid the area of these noxious weeds? This stuff is the bane of my gardening life. I will plant anything that will help get rid of it.


  • Rick Aug 16

    Two pounds of clover seed were planted in early spring. Nothing came up. We are having a very dry summer. Any suggestions for the front range (Cheyenne).


  • Kate Aug 16

    Love the crimson clover! I’ve recently been researching cover crops! Great read. Thanks for sharing


  • Brenda Aug 14

    The crimson clover looks pretty for a cover crop. I think I might have to plant some this fall for the hill below.


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