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 How to Save Tomatoes & Pepper?

Answer Healthy garden plants can be reproduced by saving the seeds and planting them the following season. Tomato and pepper plant seeds are easily dried and stored for future use. These two types of plan... Read More »
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Can You Plant Tomatoes With Sweet Pepper Plants?

Tomatoes and sweet peppers go together well in salsa, spaghetti sauce and many other dishes -- as well as in the garden. These vegetables are in the same plant family and share many similarities, s... Read More »
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How to Save Pepper Seeds to Plant?

Instead of purchasing pepper seeds from your local garden supply store, you can save the seeds and plant them the following year. Gather the seeds from healthy, ripe peppers to ensure that they rem... Read More »
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What pepper is hotter jalapeno pepper or a Chile pepper?

I believe that a jalapeño pepper is a type of chili pepper. Um it is
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Will It Affect My Tomatoes & Cause Walnut Wilt If My Tomatoes Are Near Pecan Trees?

Walnut wilt is a common disease of tomatoes grown within the extended root system of the black walnut tree or pecan tree. Other trees like sugar maple, hackberry and American elm produce similar ch... Read More »
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