Just Veggies with Ellen Wells

When you’re raised on a farm, you can’t help but know a thing or two about gardening. Ellen Wells is our expert on edible gardening. She is also Editor-at-large, Green Profit, and Editor, GrowerTalks.

These tomatoes have been hanging on the vine with green skin while the temperatures remained above 85F.

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Hot Temperatures Stop Tomatoes From Ripening

Hot temperatures can be the culprit if your tomatoes stopped ripening this summer. That is the reason given for New...

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Ratooning produces seconardy broccoli shoots that emerge from the stem once the main head is removed.
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hand pollinating is easiest when you know which flower is male (this one) and which is female.
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Prevent Slug Damage

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Signs of Slug Damage

Slugs seems to be an issue in my new garden. Having just planted a 10...


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Reading Soil Test Results from a Vegetable Garden

Interpreting your soil test results is the next step in the process of finding out...


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Why Small Squash Rot on the Stem
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How to Identify Signs of Slug Damage
How to Read the Results of Your Soil Test

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