3 edition of Gregorys garden found in the catalog.
|Statement||Oxford University Press|
|Publishers||Oxford University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 70 p. :|
|Number of Pages||41|
A young gardener protects his growing pumpkin from hungry animals and birds. File Size: 2MB.
When you take your plants home, plant them as soon as possible. You may not have to water daily, but check daily.
Keep them in an area that gets full direct sun for 8 or more hours each day, and water daily. Two weeks after planting your starts in the ground, begin to fertilize on a monthly basis. Using more dense shade cloth is not recommended or beneficial. If that is too much for you to handle, then spray with B. Plants may wilt during the heat of the day. In less sun fruit production will be greatly diminished.
This does not mean they are indestructible. These plants have been carefully grown in such a way, that the sun did not ever strike the side of the pot, but the plants were in the full sun. There is no reason, however, that you cannot Gregorys garden liquid fertilizers or fish Gregorys garden for in-ground plantings.
Be sure to follow the application rate on the package. Tips for Tomatoes or Peppers planted in the ground. For aphids, try hosing them off with water. Please check back regularly to see new topics.
Remember: more is not better. It is possible that your plants could look wilted during the heat of the day even when the soil is wet. The caterpillars must ingest the B. When this happens, the plant is letting out more water through the leaves than it can pull up out of the soil with its roots.
Tips for Tomatoes or Peppers planted in containers. Remember: more is not better.
Two weeks after planting your starts in containers, begin Gregorys garden fertilize on a monthly basis. Plants can be held for several days, however, the sooner you get them planted, the happier they will be.
Whether your plants will be planted in the ground, or grown in pots, place them in an area that gets 6 or more hours of direct sun daily.
Plants in containers are subjected to the hot temperatures more than plants in the ground.
Tips for Tomatoes or Peppers planted in containers.
Plants may wilt during the heat of the day.