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 How much lime to put on a vegetable garden?

Answer On One Hand: Test FirstAccording to the National Gardening Association, most vegetables prefer a slightly acidic soil with a pH of 6.0 to 6.8. Check the pH of your soil every three to five years. T... Read More »
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How much boron should you use in a vegetable garden?

Very little in general. Boron occurs in very small amounts in soil - less than 1 part per million so you have to be very cautious in trying to correct it. The balance is upset by excess of the majo... Read More »
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How much space do vegetable plants need in a garden?

Vegetable plants need enough room to grow to their mature height and width without being crowded. Space large plants like tomatoes and eggplant 30 inches apart, cucumber and cantaloupes 2 to 4 feet... Read More »
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Would you prefer to have a flower garden or a vegetable garden Why?

Vegetable garden is what my mind / intellect would prefer but a Flower garden is what my heart and soul want. Its aesthetically more beautiful to watch beds of roses than watching Pumpkins and bean... Read More »
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How much lime juice equals one lime?

One medium lime will yield at least 1 tbsp. of lime juice. When the fruit comes to room temperature and is rolled back and forth before juicing, it will produce about 2 tbsp. of lime juice.Source:T... Read More »
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