DO NOT USE GRASS CLIPPINGS ON YOUR GARDEN IF YOU HAVE USED WEED KILLER ON YOUR LAWN!!!



Helpful Hint:
Add a 3 gallon bucket of Mushroom compost to each Vegetable plant. Also, mulch with a 3” layer. You’ll be amazed with the results. Less disease and more fruit!

Helpful Hint:

Many people have problems with tomato blight during summer. We have found, if the ground stays consistently moist, you can probably eliminate chances of blight. To help keep the ground moist, add 2 ice cream buckets full of mushroom compost/vegetable plant, and mix into soil well. Plant your tomatoes very deep, only leaving a few leaves showing above ground.

We also mulch each plant with a 3” layer of mushroom compost. You can use leaves, or something that does not attract heat. If you use grass clippings, mix in some leaves, to help loosen up the grass clippings. We use a soaker hose. So we will turn on the hose for about 8 hours. But we have low water pressure. When it gets very hot, we will turn on the hose once every five days.


ASPARAGUS

     Jersey Giant

BLUEBERRIES

     Northland

     Northblue

BROCCOLI

CABBAGE

     All Season's

     Stonehead

CAULIFLOWER

     Snow Crown

CELERY

CUCUMBERS

     Bush

     Diva

     Pickles

     Straight Eight

     Sweet Success

EGGPLANT

     Ichitan

     Satin Beauty

GRAPES

     Canadice seedless

     concord seedless

     Reliance

     Somerset

HORSERADISH

MELON

     Cantaloupe

     Honeydew

     Summer Flavor

ONIONS

     Highlander

     Redwing

     Sweet Spanish

     Walla Walla

PEPPERS

     Banana

     Better Bell

     Habanero

     Jalapeno

     Orange Bell

     Red Bell

     Poblano

     Yellow Bell

    

GREENHOUSE

MUSHROOM COMPOST VIDEO

DIANE'S

VEGETABLES 2017

WE HOPE YOU FEEL, A LITTLE MORE LIKE A PRO, AT THE END OF EACH SEASON


POTATOES

     Kennebec

     Red

     Yukon Gold

RASPBERRIES

     Bristol Black

     Fallgold

     Heritage Red

RHUBBARB

     Canada Red

SQUASH

     Acorn

     Buttercut

     Butternut

     Spaghetti

     Zucchini Yellow Squash

     Zucchini Green Squash

STRAWBERRIES

     All Star

     Honeoro

     Ft. Laramie

TOMATOES

     Better Boy

     Big Beef

     Brandywine

     Bush

     Celebrity

     Cherry

     Early Girl

     Grape

     Health Kick

     La  Roma

     Patio

     Rutgers