One of the things I don't like about a garden is having to stand around and water. It is a necessity but it is also wasted time. I started a project that was going to be a simple, easy to do and not expensive solution to the watering issue. Of course, it didn't go as planned.
My husband and I planted a huge garden this year and we are in danger of losing several plants. There is something growning that looks like it could be plant-ending. Do you recognize what the issue is? Do you have any suggestions?
Please help! I don't want to lose my beautiful tomato plants.
We are planting a HUGE veggie garden this year. We have planted seeds and plants for watermelons, tomatoes, carrots, radishes, cantaloupes, corn, okra, peppers, cucumbers, squash, beans, peas and so much more.
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