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ASK A MASTER GARDENER: Tending to thin rhubarb stalks, cracked tomatoes

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Q: I moved my rhubarb plant to another location two years ago. The stems are very thin, and I wondered what could be lacking in the soil. I used cow manure for fertilization. I thought it would be good for it.


A: It is a good idea to fertilize rhubarb, both new plantings and old, and well-rotted manure is a good fertilizer.

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