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Two Minutes in the Garden

Release Date: 01/03/2020

How to Avoid Damping-Off show art How to Avoid Damping-Off

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The best ways to improve your chances of avoiding damping-off -- and how basic plant care and seed starting mix help. READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt:

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Damping-Off: Causes and Appearance show art Damping-Off: Causes and Appearance

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It's the biggest threat your seedlings may face -- diseases caused by fungi and other pathogens in the soil. READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt:

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Watering Options for Seedlings show art Watering Options for Seedlings

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Seedlings need water, but you can give them too much of a good thing. READ MORE at Empress of Dirt:

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The Right Lights for Starting Seeds show art The Right Lights for Starting Seeds

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Even experienced gardeners can feel anxiety about all the choices for lighting, but it doesn't have to be that complicated. READ MORE at Empress of Dirt:

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Starting Seeds: Temperature and Planting Depth show art Starting Seeds: Temperature and Planting Depth

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Continuing our look at what seeds need in the stages leading up to germination. READ MORE at Empress of Dirt:

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Starting Seeds Indoors: What Seeds Need show art Starting Seeds Indoors: What Seeds Need

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Part one of a series on starting seeds indoors. We start off start off with a look at when to start seeds and what they need to germinate. READ MORE at Empress of Dirt:

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Germination: Where Seeds Become Seedlings show art Germination: Where Seeds Become Seedlings

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When we start plants from seeds, our first goal is germination. And it usually happens ... even though plants have developed a range of ways to block it. READ MORE from Empress of Dirt:

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Seeds: The Embryo of the Plant show art Seeds: The Embryo of the Plant

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We know seeds are important for gardeners, but much of the world's nutrition also comes from seeds. READ MORE from Empress of Dirt:

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How a Tomato is a Fruit and a Vegetable show art How a Tomato is a Fruit and a Vegetable

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Some of our vegetables are fruits, most of the nuts we eat aren't nuts and our berries aren't berries -- but a tomato is. READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt:

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How Flowering Plants Create Seeds show art How Flowering Plants Create Seeds

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Starting off a look at seeds: why they're important and how they form in most of the plants in your garden. READ THE LATEST from Empress of Dirt:

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