Wilts, spots, rots, poor yields and misshaped fruit are common frustrations in the home garden.
Tomatoes. See the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Yard & Garden news release from July 13, 2016 for information on how to deal with tomato problems such as wilt, borers, and blossom-end rot.
Summer Squash. Problems such as poor pollination, blossom-end rot and misshaped fruits can reduce yield and overall enjoyment of the gardening enterprise and this popular garden crop in Iowa. Read what you can do to ensure summer squash success in the Iowa State University Extension and Outreach Yard & Garden news release from July 17, 2016.
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