Control Brown Rot on Peaches


As peaches mature look for brown, rotten areas. The fungus starts on immature fruit as a small circular brown spot, later enlarging, and ultimately rotting the fruit. Remove and destroy infected fruits and spray a fungicide such as sulfur.

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Something Eating Beet Roots


You're probably seeing the work of voles, also known as meadow mice or meadow voles. They grow to about 7 inches and nest in shallow underground burrows, sometimes taking over abandoned mole tunnels. They usually feed at or just below ground level. Their favorite foods include bulbs, tender veggies, flowers, grass and bark.

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Trellis Peas

Pea varieties growing higher than 3 feet need a trellis. Place chicken wire between rows and stake every 4 feet or stick 4 foot tall small tree branches in the ground every 6 inches to form a fence.

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