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YouTube: Onion Rust and How to Deal With It

In our latest video, Christy shares all the details about Allium or Onion Rust and How to Deal With It. If you see orange dots on your onions, garlic, shallots, green onions or chives, you’ll want to watch this video.

Onion rust can be a big problem that persists in the soil once it arrives in your garden. Follow the suggestions in this video to prevent it from taking over your garden.

Onion Rust and How to Deal With It

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Leeks and garlic bio-intensively planted.


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You can still get Serenade but in a different formulation and much larger size than is intended for home consumers

Are you growing garlic this season? If you grow softneck varieties, you can braid the stems and hang them in your kitchen. Here’s our popular garlic braiding video that shows you how.

Don’t let allium rust deter you from growing this great plant family. Take measures to keep rust out of your garden and you’ll do fine.

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