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June 8, 2013

Gardener’s almanac (June 8)

Fertilizing annuals — Annuals generally bloom best if they’re fertilized throughout the summer. Ward Upham of K-State recommends applying a high-nitrogen sidedressing four to six weeks after flowers have been set out, and then every four to six weeks afterward if the weather is rainy or the annuals are in beds that are irrigated.

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