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Sowing the Chicken Salad Bar

My chickens free-range in the backyard most of the day, with unrestricted access to the vegetable garden. I don’t fence or otherwise protect my raised beds, and they’ve been very good about our unspoken “beaks off” policy when it comes to my vegetables. The trick? Giving them a “salad bar” that they can call their…

Growing Citronella, the So-Called Mosquito Plant

Pelargonium ‘Citrosum’ is one of those plants that’s simply divine to grow in you...

A Stress-Free Guide to Rhipsalis Plant Care

Not all cacti have thick, thorny trunks or intimidating spikes—Rhipsalis (also known ...
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Weird-Looking Tomatoes? Why Catfacing Happens and What To Do About It

Anyone who's grown tomatoes knows it's rare that we get a crop of perfectly smooth and round fruit in summer. Sometimes they're bumpy, or lumpy, or so deformed or covered in scars that they become freakish looking. These "Franken-tomatoes" aren't caused by pests or diseases—they're the result of a common condition called catfacing. And yes, you can do something about it.

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