Gardening Secrets Newsletter 7-07

July 28, 2007

The latest issue of the Gardening Secrets Newsletter has been delivered to all of the gardeners on the e-mail list.

Just in time for summer, the theme of this month’s gardening newsletter focuses on the process of irrigating the garden to relieve the effects of drought stress on your plants during those hot and dry summer months.

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Tips covered in this issue include general irrigation rules of thumb, as well as pointers for recognizing the garden’s subtle signals that your plants are in need of a drink.

Other recommendations offered in this issue include a little reminder that it’s time to get started on the fall vegetable garden. I know… we’re only in the midst of summer, but it really is time to begin planning and planting if you want to extend the productivity of your vegetable garden well into the fall growing season.

Raising Up a New Vegetable and Harvesting the Old 

The July newsletter fields several questions from your own gardens including one from a gardener experiencing the blues over her crookneck squash plants. Another gardener from Las Vegas tells all regarding her infatuation with a rare gourmet vegetable that she recently discovered, fell in love with, and now wants to grow in her own backyard garden.

With all the harvesting going on out in the veggie patch right now, a number of inquiries are addressed regarding the best time and manner to harvest a few specialty crops such as shallots, rhubarb, and horseradish roots.

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