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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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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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Is Gypsum Better for a Garden Than Lime?

Gypsum and lime are both useful soil amendments for gardens. However, neither should be used without a soil test to determine whether they're needed at all, as well as which one meets your gardenin... Read More »
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NEED help!! Vegetable garden?

This will sound strange but I've done it myself, I don't know why it works but it does. Get clear gallon jugs and fill with water and put on both ends of your bean row. This stops rabbits. If y... Read More »
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