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What to Plant in May

What to Plant in May

May is really getting hot now, with temps already in the 100s. Shade your tomatoes so the fruit doesn’t burn. Remember that this is one of the driest months, so watering is going to be vital. Your vegetable garden should be watered to a depth of 1 foot each time you water. To check how […]

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Money is More Powerful Than Votes

Today marks the day for a new President in the White House. President Barack Obama’s term has come to an end and President Donald Trump’s term begins. Our country as a nation is torn apart because of this. There are many people upset and dismayed because Obama is leaving or because Trump is starting or […]

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What to Plant in Phoenix in January

  January is usually the coldest month in Phoenix. Freeze warnings often occur several nights, so either protect your frost sensitive plants or just decide to let them go. Freezes are important because they kill some insects and plant diseases that would otherwise linger into the next season. They also help our deciduous fruit trees […]

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