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Here are some great summer gardening tips! What are you planting this summer?

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Organic Gardening Fertilizers could be a sort of fertilizer that is derived from animals, well-mined minerals and plants.

Any organic fertilizer combination will feed the soil organisms manufacturing plant food in available plant form.
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Tennessee gardeners: Do you prefer to start seeds in January... or earlier... or later?
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I buy store-bought plants, mostly

      Lately I've been working on seed starting, with only one small sprout peeking out after two weeks. It's been a bit cold and with only window light (at this point) and no heat lamps, the seeds haven't been too eager to start.
      To prevent fungus from overtaking the seedlings this year, I've left tap water out for at least two hours to evaporate the chlorine. I had begun to suspect that the chlorinated tap water disturbed the delicate microbial balance of fungus and bacteria in the soil due to killing bacteria more aggressively than the hardier fungus. I've not had fungus problems in my starting pots this year after a similar length of time. Hopefully fungus-free growth keeps up after I find a way to warm the little seedlings more efficiently.
     I hope to use less store bought plants this year, and will be saving some seed for next year's crops from this year's plants. I want to keep on making my garden more cost effective and productive. I plan on more effectively managing where what I plant is planted as well, due to space concerns, watering schedules and other factors. 

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Just joined.. was happy to see this community. I am in Knoxville and we have a great climate for growing. I had a great growing season. I harvested a couple of hundred pounds of tomatoes and peppers. Lots of squash and zucchini. I planted 4 different kinds of tomatoes. I created 2 hybrids. I also grew beans, okra and carrots. I think gardening communities are difficult due to so much extra work on top of a job and kids. I would like to encourage everyone to participate and share knowledge.


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