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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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Revive your Summer Garden

Revive your Summer Garden

There is no doubt about it — we’re in the dog days of summer. And while I love summer, our gardens can take a real hit about this time of year. High heat, low rainfall, muggy air — you name it, and the garden will feel it. So how can you revive your summer garden […]

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