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It's impossible to say if it is an accurate number. The number you actually get could be anything between 200 and zero, if you get hit by disease or whatever. Seed merchants usually quote the maximum crop you are likely to get, for the obvious reason, and you never know whether bloggers are writing from their own experience or just copying something they ...


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Heat treatment of pallets is a one-off treatment to kill any pests (for example insect larvae) living in the wood, to prevent spreading them around the world when the pallet is used for international transport. It doesn't offer any protection against rot, or any long term protection against the wood being re-infected by the pest species. Your fungi are ...


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Maybe just be a bit patient; It takes a couple weeks for them to stabilise; the way they were put in matters too. If the roots were sort of loosened then they should be ok, as long as some good soil is well around them, watered in etc. The tomatoes(likely) & peppers flowering is a good sign, just kept them adequately watered, without ever really drying ...


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If you purchased the plants from a box store or from a nursery that does not raise its own stock, then it's possible your plants had too much growth inhibitor applied to them. This link shows a commercial product that is used to treat plants for better shipping. If I'm right, it's possible that the plants will eventually metabolize (if that's the word I want....


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This looks like sunburn. If the plants were first grown indoors behind a window, and then directly planted outdoors in full sun, the leaves were not ready for this strong sunlight yet and got burned. You can try to acclimate your plants first next time, by putting them only a short period of time in the sun and built up the period over days. Like @Jurp ...


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To me it looks like you're trying to grow your cukes and Tom's in too small a container. They both have a large hungry root system and will quickly starve in such small pots. I always grow both Tom's and cucs in grow bags. However at the end of the season they are filled and matted full of roots so they have used the whole bag. To me with little containers ...


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I've grown rhubarb for many years here in western Oregon. Summers are warm and semi arid. Winter can be cold and very wet. I have my grandmothers rhubarb(50+ year old plants)which I've moved several times. Today I moved another into a large pot. Mid June. A few things I can tell you about rhubarb. First, they love soil that is rich in compost. Anything ...


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