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What Is Woollypod Vetch – Learn About Growing Woollypod Vetch

By Teo Spengler

Woollypod vetch plants are cool season annual legumes. This plant is usually grown as a woollypod vetch cover crop. For more information about woollypod vetch plants and tips on how to grow woollypod vetch, this article will help.

Sweet Potato Internal Cork – What Is Sweet Potato Feathery Mottle Virus

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Speckled leaves with purplish borders may be pretty but can be the sign of a serious disease of sweet potatoes – feathery mottle virus. The disease is transmitted by tiny insect vectors and can be difficult to diagnose and control. Learn more here.

Northern Leaf Blight Of Corn – Control Of Northern Corn Leaf Blight

By Mary Ellen Ellis

Northern leaf blight in corn is a bigger problem for large farms than for home gardeners, but if you grow corn in your Midwestern garden, you may see this fungal infection. Use the information in this article to help manage and prevent the fungal infection.

Inverted Pepper Plants: Learn About Growing Peppers Upside Down

By Amy Grant

It seems to me that an upside down tomato is the same idea as an inverted pepper plant. With the thought of growing peppers upside down, I did a little research on how to grow peppers vertically. Click here to find out if and how you can grow peppers upside down.

Adams Crabapple As A Pollinizer: Tips For Growing An Adams Crabapple Tree

By Amy Grant

Beautiful the tree may be, but there is another important reason for growing an Adams crabapple; it is a great choice for pollinating other varieties of apple. Click here to find out how to grow an Adams crabapple and information about Adams crabapple care.

Stella D’Oro Daylily Care: Tips For Growing Reblooming Daylilies

By Mary Ellen Ellis

The Stella d’Oro variety of daylily was the first developed to rebloom, a great boon for gardeners. Growing and caring for these pretty daylilies is not difficult and will provide you with summer-long flowers. For more information on their care, click this article.

Cowpea Leaf Spot Diseases: Managing Southern Peas With Leaf Spots

Leaf spots of cowpea, which can also affect lima beans and other legumes, causes significant crop loss in the southern United States. However, the fungus isn’t limited to the southern states and can also occur in other areas. Learn more here.

Carrot Leaf Blight Control: Treating Leaf Blight In Carrots

By Liz Baessler

Carrot leaf blight is a common problem that can be traced to several different pathogens. Since the source can vary, it’s important to understand what you’re looking at in order to best treat it. This article will help with that and how to manage carrot leaf blight diseases.

Apple Crown Gall Treatment – How To Manage Apple Crown Gall

By Teo Spengler

Crown gall enters trees through wounds, often wounds inflicted accidentally by the gardener. If you have noticed crown gall on an apple tree, you’ll want to know about apple crown gall treatment. Click here for information on how to manage apple crown gall.

Tomato Gray Leaf Spot Control: Managing Gray Leaf Spot On Tomatoes

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Tomatoes from the garden are a treat worth waiting for until brought down by diseases and pests. Gray leaf spot on tomatoes is a classic example and is one of the many diseases that can strike. Click here to learn about tomato gray leaf spot control.

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