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Is it really October or did someone flip ahead a page on the calendar? Normally, daily low temperatures at this time of year would be in the 40 F – 45 F range, and given that the average date of first frost for much of the area is around Sept. 20, we are experiencing an unusually mild start to fall.
Ron has beans on his mind — 11 varieties. He also has a list of garden chores for you to complete.
Given the roller coaster ride with food prices at the market, growing and preserving your own food can be a big money-saver in the long run. There are also benefits in food safety and in knowing exactly how the food was produced. Now that is satisfaction that is hard to beat.
What happened to all the rain? Garden Journal columnist Ron Kujawski isn't missing it. Now that it's stopped raining every day, Ron's squash and vine crops have finally taken off.
Garden Journal columnist Ron Kujawski has had enough of the weather and the havoc it wrought on his garden — especially his tomatoes.
Garden Journal columnist Ron Kujawski's greatest concern right now is the appearance of diseases on several crops in the vegetable garden.
Trouble takes many forms. Right now, the trouble in Ron Kujawski's garden is largely with Japanese beetles, who love to taunt him by feeding on the leaves and ripened fruit of his raspberry plants.
I feel like I should simply repeat last week’s discussion regarding the impact frequent and often heavy rain is having on gardens, especially …
“Be careful what you wish for!” I was recently reminded of that phrase by my friend, Carter White, of West Stockbridge. Well, about two weeks …
One of those routine tasks that gardeners engage in during the summer is deadheading. No, I’m not talking about guillotines or anything as gru…