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Use a PH tester before planting particularly of you mix your own soil and compost. these hand held ones are not always the most accurate, but testing in multiple locations on a bed will give you an indication if there is a problem. Most vegetables prefer a slightly acid to neutral PH of 6.5-7.0 But, other crops such as blueberries prefer very acid soil like PH 4.5-5.5 and still other plants like some fruit and nut trees need some alkalinizing.

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Protect your garden and vegetable plants from slugs and snails with this adhesive copper barrier tape. It causes a reaction similar to an electric shock when the pest makes contact with the copper.

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How to Grow Parsnips

The gardening experts at HGTV.com show how to grow parsnips in your vegetable garden.