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Water tomato plants every week during the growing season. Once established, tomato plants require 2 inches of water each week. For optimal growth, tomato plants also require at least six hours of sunlight daily. More »

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Prune sucker growth on tomatoes by making sure the plants are determinate, deciding which areas to prune, removing the suckers as soon as they sprout, pinching or snapping off the suckers and cutting thicker stems. You n... More »

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Some tips for planting vegetables include placing the garden in a sunny location, starting the seedlings early inside, adding compost to the soil a few week in advance of planting, and applying a layer of mulch around th... More »

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Water your lawn twice each week, providing enough irrigation to supplement natural rain so it receives two 1/2-inch doses of water. Use a rain gauge or empty tuna cans set level on the lawn to measure the amount of water... More »

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Radishes do not need to be watered every day but they should have at least 1 inch of water each week. The soil should be moist but not soaked. More »

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To grow geraniums from cuttings, use shears to take 3- to 4-inch cuttings from the plants' leaf stalks, and place the cuttings in a container filled with room temperature water, submerging the bottom third of the each cu... More »

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Restrictions on watering plants are designed to facilitate efficient use of the available water. Most of the restrictions specify the amount of water to be applied, the time watering can be done, and the days for residen... More »

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