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Growing Raspberries
Learn how to plant and grow raspberries from Burpee's expert horticulturist. Watch Video
TunLcover
Extend your seasons in spring and fall with a TunLcover row cover. Watch Video
SteakHouse Tomato
It's the world's biggest beefsteak tomato. Gigantic fruits with fantastic flavor. Watch Video
On-Deck Sweet Corn
The first sweet corn you can grow in a container! Watch Video
Bam Basil - the first basil that won't bolt!
This amazing basil resists bolting all summer long. Stays compact too. Watch Video
Growing Tomatoes in Containers
Learn how to grow tomatoes in containers with these easy tips. Watch Video
Garlic Softneck vs Hardneck
Learn the difference between hardneck and softneck garlic. Watch Video
Fall Lettuce
Fall is an ideal time to grow cools season lettuce favorites. Watch Video
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Gardening Tip of the Day

  • If you grow fruit trees and find suckers sprouting from the rootstock of the trees, there are two ways to control them.

    It is not uncommon for grafted fruit trees to produce this unwanted and unproductive growth. Several factors increase the occurrence of this problem and include drought stress, nutrient deficiency or damage to the main trunk.

    Root suckers can be removed with a sharp pair of pruners. There is also a chemical control that uses the plant growth regulator NAA (naphthaleneactic acid). Apply following label directions when suckers are less than a foot tall in the spring. The control lasts for several months.