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  • Quick Looks - The Westside Gardener
    your garden These pages will help you find what you re looking for fast Vegetable Garden Timetable A month by month calendar of tasks for your vegetable garden Topical Index This index lists all hopefully all of the articles and other resources available on The Westside Gardener grouped by category and subject Winter Vegetable Gardening An overview of winter vegetable gardening complete with a list of vegetables and a calendar

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  • FAQs and Guides Main Index - The Westside Gardener
    blight is now a common disease in the maritime northwest as well as many other areas of the world A Pest Management Primer Not a list of bugs rather it s a discussion of a practical philosophy that I believe is the best way to deal with the pests you find in your garden Vegetable Seedling Photographs Because it s not always easy to tell which small plant actually belongs

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  • "How To" Main Index - The Westside Gardener
    a Cloche For about ten bucks you can extend your gardening season year round How to Pick a Seed Company Does it really matter where you order your seeds In short YES Read on and find out why How to Select Your Seeds In a region like ours picking the right varieties to grow can mean the difference between success and failure Make Your Own Complete Organic Fertilizer Making your

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  • Articles Main Index - The Westside Gardener
    Kale November 23 From the Mailbag Overwintering Onions October 31 From the Mailbag White Carrots July 17 2012 articles Growing cucumbers Current favorites plus notes regarding culture January 29 Favorite pole bean snap bean varieties January 2 2011 articles Disjointed Ramblings I ve joined the Kindle Krowd December 30 From the Mailbag A late start on a winter garden October 23 From the Mailbag Sowing in September September 4 From

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  • Eclectic Stuff - The Westside Gardener
    part of the site Starting Seeds Indoors Successfully Facts and hints to help you successfully start your own transplants from seed Weeds of the Maritime Pacific Northwest Contains a growing database of common regional weeds Try the interactive test EPA Consumer Information Sheet on Treated Wood By law you should receive this whenever you purchase treated wood I m betting you never have seen this though Trav s Garden Tour

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  • Search the Site - The Westside Gardener
    the pages of The Westside Gardener using the Google search engine If you run into problems please send me an e mail using the link at the top of this page You can also use our site map to quickly browse through all the pages on this site All pages are listed by title and grouped according to topic Search The Westside Gardener Search the Web All contents Travis Saling

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  • About the Site's Design - The Westside Gardener
    Mozilla Firefox Google Chrome or Apple s Safari If you really don t want to give up on Microsoft Internet Explorer then at least download the latest version and be sure to turn off compatibility mode Unfortunately the default setting in IE8 is to have compatibility mode turned on which basically means you re still using the rather broken IE7 I ve tried to structure the site so older browsers will be able to see plain vanilla versions of the pages but it s possible pages may look rather odd at times It also may be harder to navigate around the site than you might expect But Web standards have advanced a long way since the days of Netscape 4 and Internet Explorer 6 Since capable modern browsers are freely available for download there s just no good reason to keep using your old browser anymore If the site looks weird to you but you really don t want to upgrade your browser for some reason then turn stylesheets off in your browser s preferences That should render the pages easier to read although rather boring The pages are designed to be viewed at a minimum screen size of 800x600

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  • Who's the Guy Behind the Site? - The Westside Gardener
    in our garden was as follows If we found any sort of bug good bad or indifferent Leslie would immediately run out with the can of Rotenone and sprinkle everything in sight My job was to thin the plants properly since my sister couldn t bring herself to kill any of them Weeding fertilizing and harvesting were shared duties The highlight of the gardening year for me was digging the potatoes I left for college in 1978 and didn t garden for more than a decade I lived in Seattle but had no clue that things like P Patches existed Actually I did garden a little This was the period in my life where I learned to kill houseplants a skill I unfortunately still possess Since 1990 my wife daughter and I have lived near the junction of the Kent Orting and Puyallup valleys We moved here from Seattle in order to live a more rural lifestyle and also to provide a quality environment for our daughter who was born that year That also marks the start of my current incarnation as a gardener Like many people I began with a typical corn beans and tomatoes garden but since about 1992 I ve been studying ways to extend my harvest and have become a serious year round vegetable gardener and a constant source of nagging to those friends who don t yet grow winter vegetables As a matter of fact my personal gardening habits have done a 180 while I do still grow quite a few summer veggies they re now mostly grown for fun like my often futile attempts at growing watermelon here or flavor sweet corn It s my winter garden that I take more seriously If something has to give due to time or space constraints invariably

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