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Using Coffee Grounds in Gardens and Landscapes (Home Garden Series)

Speculation abounds, but this pub examines the science behind the use of coffee grounds in home gardens and landscapes and provides appropriate recommendations.
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Vegetable Grafting: Eggplants and Tomatoes

Vegetable grafting is a centuries-old technique that originated in Asia to improve plant production, reduce disease susceptibility, and increase plant vigor. This fact sheet provides brief descriptions of how to prepare plant material for grafting, some general considerations for grafting, the most common techniques used to graft eggplant and tomato, healing grafted plants, and transplanting and maintaining grafted plants in the field.
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Vegetable Grafting: Watermelon

This fact sheet provides a summary of how to prepare watermelon seedlings for grafting, some general considerations for grafting, how to heal grafted plants, and how to transplant and maintain grafted plants.
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Vegetables: Growing Dry Beans in Home Gardens (Home Gardening Series)

Dry beans are nutritious and easy to grow in Washington gardens, but understanding how they grow is key to success. This publication provides information on choosing dry bean varieties, and how to grow them.
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Vegetables: Growing Garlic in Home Gardens

For home gardeners in the Northwest, garlic (Allium sativum) is easy to grow, prolific, and can be stored for several months after it is harvested in midsummer. This publication offers information on planting, maintenance, pest management, and harvest and storage.
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Vegetables: Growing Green Beans in Home Gardens (Home Garden Series)

String beans, green beans, edible-pod beans. Whatever name you know them by, they are a satisfying and easy-to-grow vegetable in home gardens. This publication explains everything novice gardeners need to know to grow green beans.
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Vegetables: Growing Peppers in Home Gardens (Home Garden Series)

Looking for a way to spice up your home garden? There are few vegetables more colorful or easier to grow than peppers. Growing your own peppers can also be cost effective since they usually cost more per pound in the store than most other vegetables.
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Washing Plant Tissue Samples for Mineral Nutrient Analysis

Plant tissue analysis provides an assessment of the nutritional status of fruit trees and crop plants, in order to make fertilizer recommendations. To get accurate test results, it is essential to pre ...
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Washington Bumble Bees in Home Yards and Gardens

To better conserve and protect bumble bees in home landscapes in the Pacific Northwest, this publication aims to develop public awareness and appreciation of bumble bees and their role in pollination. ...
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