Tennessee “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for June 5-11, 2023

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As the sun rises on the first week of June 2023 in Tennessee, The Old Farmer's Almanac offers advice for those with a green thumb and a keen eye for the night sky.

In the realm of vegetable gardening, the Almanac suggests focusing on your tomato plants. This is the perfect time to ensure they are properly staked or caged to support their growth and to help keep the fruit off the ground. If you notice any yellowing leaves, remove them promptly to prevent the spread of disease.

For flower enthusiasts, the Almanac recommends deadheading spent blooms on your spring flowering plants. This not only keeps your garden looking tidy but also encourages the plant to focus its energy on new growth. If you have roses in your garden, keep an eye out for blackspot, a common fungal disease, and treat it promptly to prevent its spread.

Turning our gaze upwards, the Almanac highlights several celestial events for the week. On the night of June 7th, look for the First Quarter Moon. This phase provides excellent illumination for observing the moon's craters and mountains through a telescope. Later in the week, on June 11th, Venus will be at its greatest eastern elongation, providing a wonderful opportunity to view our neighboring planet in the western sky just after sunset.

The almanac is a treasure trove of information, not just for weather patterns but for a wide array of topics from gardening to astronomy and even travel.

Speaking of travel, if you're looking for a unique place to visit in Tennessee, consider the Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum in Chattanooga. This living history museum offers visitors the chance to experience the golden age of railroading through vintage train rides, an extensive collection of restored locomotives, and exhibits detailing the history of the railroad in the Southeast.

To conclude, let's turn to the words of Tennessee's own Davy Crockett, who once said,

"I leave this rule for others when I'm dead, Be always sure you're right — THEN GO AHEAD!"

This quote encapsulates the spirit of determination and confidence that is so characteristic of the Volunteer State.

Please enjoy and share my other Tennessee articles:

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  1. The Old Farmer's Almanac, URL
  2. Tennessee Valley Railroad Museum, URL
  3. Davy Crockett Quote, URL

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