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#366158 Mar 10th, 2013 at 11:18 AM
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Hello from Baltimore! Looks like a very nice community here. I'm hoping to find some answers/help in my failing gardens. My kids and I put a lot of effort and time in and get less than desirable results. Let the searching begin!

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Hello Hebejebe ~ Mike wavy
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Hi Mike. I'll bet your garden will be lovely this year.




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hebejebe #366164 Mar 10th, 2013 at 01:51 PM
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Thanks for the welcomes!

Im looking for some help with my garden. I have melons that all tend to rot before ripening, same scenario for pumpkins, and tomatoes that get little brown spots and/or holes and never seem to reach their maximum size. Please point me in the best areas to find answers.

Thank you! !!!

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you can go to the growing food forum

//www.agardenersforum.com/forum/ubbthreads.php/forums/13/1/The_Food_Garden_Forum.html

there are a list of threads or start your own topic there thumbup

at the top of this page there is a tab that says "forum list" there you will find many forums and sub forums .


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