When is a good time to plant tomatoes in Indiana?

Answer According to the Department of Horticulture at Purdue University, tomatoes can be planted in the ground in mid to late April in southern Indiana. In northern Indiana, you'll have to wait until mid ... Read More »

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When is it safe to plant grass seed in Indiana?

The Purdue University Department of Agronomy recommends sowing Indiana lawns with cool-season turfgrass seed during the late summer to early fall. August 15 to September 15 is the best grass seedin... Read More »

Indiana Labor Laws for the Minimum Number of Hours Off Between Shifts?

As a right-to-work state, Indiana's labor laws are designed to protect the freedom of employers to manage their workers as they need in the course of doing business, and Indiana does not regulate i... Read More »

I have given salty water to papaya plant will it die now the plant is very small?

Give the plant a good soaking watering to try to leach the salt out of the soil. Then remove the plant, wash the soil off and repot in a new pot with new soil. A very small plant may not survive ... Read More »

Grapevines.... serious question. we have acquired a plant and are told to plant outside the greenhouse, can?

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