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Things Green: Building the Garden

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Eggplant #5

Eggplant #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that eggplant takes 150 days from seed to harvest? It also thrives in warmer environments where daytime temps top 80 degrees. Eggplant starter plants should be started about two months before transplanting (transplant two to three weeks after the average last frost date).

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Shallot #4

Shallot #4 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that shallots can be grown almost anywhere in the US? They thrive in every type of soil except for clay. They have very shallow roots so they do not need a lot of soil preparation.

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succession planting

Succession Planting to Increase Your Fall Harvest

Succession Planting to Increase Your Fall Harvest 974 722 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that all those glorious vegetables you planted in the spring can be planted again in late summer? Many people forget about planning for the fall harvest in the vegetable garden. Since we garden up in the cooler northern climate of Minnesota we take every chance we get to grow more in the Eco Garden raised garden bed! Succession planting allows you to harvest and replant for continual growth.

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Parsnip

Parsnip #5

Parsnip #5 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that parsnips thrive on excess moisture early? As they approach maturity, make sure you cut back on moisture as excess moisture at this stage can cause the root to crack.

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rhubarb

Rhubarb #2

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Did you know that rhubarb is a perennial? Rhubarb is very hearty and can grow for you year after year. A quick note – first year plants will likely not provide you any harvest. Rhubarb begins to produce in year #2.

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Chard #2

Chard #2 150 150 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Rhubarb is a member of the chard family?

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tomato plants

Tomato Plants Not Producing Fruit? 5 Things To Try

Tomato Plants Not Producing Fruit? 5 Things To Try 849 849 Eco Garden Systems

As any gardener knows, tomatoes can have their host of problems. One of those problems that arises is low or no fruit production. Don’t lose hope! We explore are some reasons this could be happening to your tomato plants, and some solutions you can use to coax that beautiful fruit out into the world and onto your plate.

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Radish #3

Radish #3 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that radishes can thrive in almost any garden? They are used as row markers for slower germinating crops (since radishes germinate so quickly) and can be grown in pots in windows just as easily as outdoors.

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Lima Beans #7

Lima Beans #7 1280 960 Eco Garden Systems

Did you know that Lima Beans require a rather long growing season of 75-90+ days?

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Test soil for pH levels

How to Test Soil & Remedy Soil Imbalances

How to Test Soil & Remedy Soil Imbalances 974 650 Eco Garden Systems

If you’ve noticed stunted growth, no blossoming, dying plants, or other vegetable garden maladies, it’s time to test your soil. In fact, we recommend you test soil several times throughout the growing season to ensure your garden is getting the right nutrients.

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