Busy as a Bee in the Summer Garden

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Now that plants are established and growing, a little tender loving care will keep your garden looking and producing its best. Fertilizing, keeping pesky bugs and weeds in check, achieving good pollination, plants that repel mosquitos, and more–we’ve got it covered in our Summer Garden Care articles.

Hand Pollination for Squash, Cucumber, Melon, and Watermelon

Tomatoes: To Prune or Not to Prune

Pests ID, Prevention, and Control

Fertilizer: Which to use and when

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