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I am planting marigold seeds indoors in to Jiffy peat pots. The seed instructions say to plant them 1/4" deep. The seeds are 1/2" long. In order to get them in the peat pot you must break them or put the point in first and push them in deeper then 1/4"
So I have read conflicting reports on Marigolds in the garden. Some say they protect other plants from pests. Others say they attract more pests. So, should I put them in the garden or not?
Something is eating my marigolds. I can not seem to find a culprit, there is never a critter in sight . Seem to eat all the leaves. and another being consumed I just hope this is the right area for this post
I got some marigold seeds on Earth Day from someone, and I put them in a small container with some compost. I had intended to take the seeds and put them in separate containers, but before I could they all started sprouting. (I did not give them any
Last year, someone gave my daughter marigold heads from their garden, which was neat because it was fun to 'dissect' the dried flower heads for the seeds. We shared those seeds with family. My parents live in a hotter climate and can grow them pretty
I have decided to start my plants all from seed this year. This is all new to me but so far, the veggies are all looking great. My problem is my marigolds. I have a dozen or two starts and have only maybe 2 that have done anything! Here's what I've
Today UF had an open house packed with exhibits related to agriculture and horticulture. I had a lot of questions answered about root knot nematodes, and the bugs on my fennel. The big highlight was my talk with Dr. Giblin-Davis in the nematology lab, bu