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Garden Pest Control – Beneficial Birds, Bees, and Bugs

September 25, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning,Pest Control | Bees help pollinate your crops, and birds and certain bugs feed on other bugs that would otherwise eat your crops, so you want a bird-, bee-, and beneficial-bug-friendly garden. These helpers will not completely get rid of garden pests, Read more
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How to Select the Best Grow Light for Indoor Growing

Not all light is the same by Michelle Moore Plants respond differently to different colors of light. Light on either end of the spectrum, blue light or red light, have the greatest impact on photosynthesis. Kind of Lights Blue light, referred to as cool light, encourages compact bushy growth. Red light, on the opposite end of the spectrum, Read more
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Garden Pest Control – Scare Tactics

September 22, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning,Pest Control | They say the best defense is a good offense, so why not apply this principle to your vegetable garden? If you’ve got a murder of crows hanging around just waiting to attack your corn, or you’ve got particularly persistent deer, Read more
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Keep Your Plants Happy With The Following Tips

A lot of people become interested in organic gardening due to worry about long-term, poisonous effects of pesticides and commercial fertilizers on the environment and their personal health. A lot of techniques for organic gardening actually don’t cost a lot of money. Here are some strategies to aid you in becoming a good organic gardener. It Read more
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Trellises and Plant Supports

Trellises and Plant Supports September 19, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning,Garden Planting | Whether you plan to use the stake-and-string method, wire cages, trellises, some homegrown contraption you’ve cobbled together from two-by-fours, duct tape and dental floss…or all of the Read more
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Everything You May Have Wondered About Gardening

Starting an organic garden can be a fruitful hobby, as long as you avoid major pitfalls. The following collection of tips will help you to become a savy organic gardener. So you don’t shock the plants, you should gradually get them use to a change in the temperature and conditions. Start by placing your plants outside for a few hours only. Read more
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Growing Soil – Soil Is Not Just Dirt!

September 16, 2014 | By WAH In Compost,Garden Planning | Soil is a living, breathing, organism that can make or break your garden. If it is too sandy or silty, it will drain too quickly and your plants will die of thirst. If it is too hard and clay-like, it will take too long to drain, if it drains Read more
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Key Strategies For Getting The Most Out Of Your Garden

Creating a beautiful garden is not an immensely difficult task. It’s possible in your mind’s eye that the neighbor is doing something unique. The reality is that several people know how to get a lovely garden. All it requires is knowledge to take proper care of plants. You can start your search for information by using the advice given Read more
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Growing Crops: Celery and Celeriac

September 13, 2014 | By WAH In Container Gardening,Garden Planting,Grow Your Own,Growing Vegetables | Celery and celeriac are not the same thing – but they are closely related. Celery is grown for its stalks and leafy greens, while celeriac is grown for its root ball (discarding the stalks and Read more
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Fresh produce on a city bus. Delivering fresh, local, organic fruits and vegetables to food deserts.

A bus in Chicago helps bring fresh produce to residents of “food deserts.” Sandra Endo reports. Read more
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