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    If you grow broccoli you can eat the leaves. Choose middle to small leaves after the head has been harvested. This will encourage tasty little heads at each lateral.
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    Thank you!
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    Did you ever find out what was causing the hard white lumps in your pumpkins
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    I would like to choose 2 types of softneck garlic. Any suggestions on which two to choose? I also heard about elephant garlic. If it will grow in 5B... I may just grow that type. ?????? Und...
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    From a publication (University of Mass) CORRECTIVE ACTION IS: 1. Rotate bean with non-host crops. 2.Plow under infected crop residues. 3.Eliminate volunteer bean plants. 4.Selec...
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    Certainly, BUT GENERALLY you break your bulb apart into it's constituent CLOVES and plant each clove separately. That is, each clove becomes a garlic plant.
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    Is there any soft neck garlic varieties that I can grow in my zone (10a)
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