|Â MayÂ 2009Â
At lastÂ the weather has settled a bit in Colorado and the plants have a chance to get on with their growing.Â Already my greenhouses are full with over 50 varieties of vegetables.Â I love variety and all theÂ different tastes.Â At this time of year, our family develops a craving for lots of green stuff and eat saladÂ almost every day.Â We are especially enjoying aÂ spectacularÂ Italian salad mix, Insalata Odorosa.Â Find it atÂ Italian Seed and Tool Company.
Are you part of the powerful new movement of people growing more of their own food?Â If so, you will have noticed that many smaller seed companies have sold out of popular varieties.Â I lost out on a particular fingerling potato; it was gone by the end of March.Â AtÂ Organic BounteaÂ we are working hard to keep up with orders that are three times the amounts for the same time last year.Â It is the flowering of a new gardening awareness.I have responded to increased demand by teaching morebeginningÂ gardeningÂ classes.Â Do you have particular gardening questions and concerns? Â I would love to hear from you about your particular needs so I can address them specifically inÂ Bountea Growing Tips.Â Give me some guidance please!
Some people think you can only grow giant veggies in Alaska.Â Well, we know it is not the place — it is the soil plus the benefits of theÂ Bountea Growing SystemÂ that grows the best.Â This picture is of my sister-in-law Mary holding one of John’s parsnips grown in Ireland.Â It is about 6″ in diameter.
May is very satisfying.Â Everything is growing fast — you have to stay on top of it all if you want to get the most from your garden.Â That is the theme of this month’s article — how to use every square inch as intensively as possible.Â Of course, you can expect even more productive results if you are using theÂ Bountea Growing System.
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|May/JuneÂ Garden Tasks
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|Bountea Compost Tea:Â Â If this is your third application of the Bountea, add theÂ M3Â about 2 hours before the end of the brewing cycle.Â Dilute 10 – 1 and apply to the leaves of all your seedlings as well as the soil.
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