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Tomato Diseases- part 2
In this video we cover: Bacterial speck & spot, fruit cracking, and stink bug damage. Watch Video
Garden Time Planner by Burpee
The perfect tool to help gardeners know when to sow, transplant and expect to harvest vegetables and herbs specific to their garden region. Watch Video
Healing Hands Lettuce
Takes the guesswork out of creating health-giving salad mixes, with four expertly chosen varieties combined in a single easy-sowing pellet. Packed with 20% more lutein and 30% more beta-carotene than the average salad mix. Watch Video
Growing Leeks
Leeks are closely related to onions but have a sweeter, creamier, more delicate flavor. Prized by cooks as a flavoring for dishes of all types. Watch Video
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 Hybrid 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
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  • Take advantage of microorganisms in the compost pile to eliminate the tedious job of removing dead, dry vines from nylon trellis netting. Instead of laboriously cutting the tangled stems off while trying to avoid cutting the netting itself, take it down—vines and all—and put it into the compost pile. Decomposing organisms will virtually clean the organic vines off the nylon mesh by spring when it can be retrieved and put back into service.