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Growing a Container Vegetable Garden

Growing a Container Vegetable Garden

If you lack the space or soil for a conventional vegetable garden, there’s still hope. A container garden is often the answer for anyone with limited access to green space. Just in time for spring, our team at Jobe’s Organics is here to help you get started with your vegetable gardening project! Contain Yourself Most […]

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Infographic: Victory Gardens – A Winning Formula

Infographic: Victory Gardens – A Winning Formula

When you plant a victory garden, you bring history to life. These gardens were popular during World Wars I and II, planted by citizens to support the cause and provide the public with fresh vegetables. In this infographic, we take a closer look at how victory gardens benefited America, as well as how you can […]

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Picking Produce: The Best Times to Harvest Your Fall Crop

Picking Produce: The Best Times to Harvest Your Fall Crop

Peak gardening season might be over, but the crops don’t stop for fall weather. Plenty of produce comes to fruition during the fall and throughout the winter, and once they reach the harvesting stage, you’ll have to know how and when to pick them. This will depend on the climate in which you live, but […]

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When Is the Right Time to Harvest Your Produce?

When Is the Right Time to Harvest Your Produce?

Whether in your garden or at the grocery store, picking produce at the optimal time helps ensure maximum enjoyment. Harvest your fruits and veggies just as they ripen for the best flavor, texture, and juiciness. But how do you know when the time is right? Take advantage of our tips to help you identify the […]

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Succession Planting: What It Means for Second-Season Crops

Succession Planting: What It Means for Second-Season Crops

Homegrown vegetables are a delight throughout the spring and summer months, but with succession planting, both farmers and backyard gardeners can produce these family favorites for up to nine months out of the year. Succession planting refers to several planting methods where an additional crop is planted immediately after the initial one is harvested. It […]

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Withstanding the Heat: Your Guide to Summer Vegetables

Withstanding the Heat: Your Guide to Summer Vegetables

Protecting your edible garden from the heat of summer can be difficult. Meet the challenge with tips for keeping your vegetables healthy all summer long. Jobe’s, the makers of your favorite organic fertilizers and other quality products for your garden, explains which varieties thrive in high temperatures and how things like Sun Screen fabric protect them from the hot […]

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SQUASH TUNNEL

SQUASH TUNNEL

Truth be told, I’m somewhat of a new vegetable gardener. I’ve only been growing edibles for about 4 years now, and I’ve learned a lot about what works and what doesn’t — like squashes, for example. We are a big squash family. We love all of them, the summer squashes and the winter squashes. But […]

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