Vegetables

Potatoes #1

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Did you know that potatoes are related to tomatoes, eggplant and peppers? Potatoes originated in higher altitudes and prefer cooler evening/nighttime temperatures.

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Beets #1

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Did you know that beets do not have a lot of natural pests that impact them (watch for Leaf Miners on the leaves) making them ideal for an organic garden?

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Shallot #1

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Did you know that shallots do not suffer from any serious pest or disease problems? This makes them ideal for first time gardeners.

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String Beans #1

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Did you know that bean plants excite bacteria in the soil to as they work with these bacteria to create their own fertilizer?

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Tomato #2

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Did you know that at one point in time in US history tomatoes were labelled as poisonous? Tomatoes originated in South America and made their way to the US through Central America, Mexico and into Spain – then into other European countries before finding their way back to the US? It is said that Thomas Jefferson introduced Americans to the tomato after his various trips to Europe.

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Asparagus #1

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Did you know that Asparagus requires a high Nitrogen environment? A totally separate bed is the best approach for Asparagus to avoid Nitrogen overload for other vegetables.

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Broccoli #1

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Did you know that Americans did not consume broccoli until the 1920’s even though it was a favorite in Europe long before that?

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Onion #1

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Did you know that all varieties of onions can be used as “green onions”? There are some varieties that are grown specifically for this (spring onions, scallions, bunching onions) – but all varieties can fill in for this role.

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Spinach #1

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Did you know that spinach grows best in seed clusters (like chard and beets)? Spinach should be thinned when seedlings appear. Like beets, leafminers are a common spinach pest. New Zealand spinach, however, has no serious pest problems and is a great product for organic gardeners.

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turnip

Turnip #1

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Did you know that a turnip is not really a root? It is actually a swelling at the base of the stem.

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