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Jessica Walliser
The Dirt on Gardening
From Jessica Walliser, regular contributor to Hobby Farms and Hobby Farm Home comes a blog about gardening: Seeds, compost, pests and cultivating, as well as tips and tricks, year-round growing, finds and suggestions.

09/17/2015 - Corn Smut: Disease or Delicacy?
This fungus that infects sweet corn is a nightmare to most U.S. farmers, but those in the know can sell it for top dollar.

09/10/2015 - My New Go-To Melon
The Lambkin is a small variety of Piel de Sapo, and its sweet, juicy flavor has earned it a spot in my future gardens.

09/03/2015 - Tithonia: A Winner In The Garden
A pollinator’s best friend and a flower that no pest can take down, tithonia is one flower you’ll want in your garden year after year.

08/27/2015 - Tips For Growing and Enjoying Cucamelons
Cucamelons are a tiny, underutilized fruit in the curcubit family that pack a lot of punch.

08/20/2015 - My Mom’s Tomato Soup Recipe
My mom’s tomato soup is a hit with everyone I give the recipe to, and at long last, I’m sharing it with my readers.

08/13/2015 - How To Grow Morning Glories
Morning glories are a beautiful vining flower that you can add to your ornamental garden.

07/30/2015 - How To Control Spider Mites
Don’t let spider mite infestations get out of control along with summer’s heat. Here’s how to keep their populations in check.

07/23/2015 - 4 Buckeye Trees To Grow On Your Farm
Native buckeye trees make great farm trees, with a diversity of purposes from using as privacy hedges to planting in low-drainage sites.

07/16/2015 - How To Get Rid Of Corn Earworms
This pest can make a meal out of your summer sweet corn, so take these preventative steps so you get the final bite.

07/09/2015 - 7 Plants For Your Perennial Shade Garden
These shade-loving flowers add color and interest to areas of your farm where sunlight isn’t as hefty.

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