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A Little Guide To A Lovely Garden

Whether you garden for business, to feed your family or just for your own pleasure, the tips below will help you to make the most of your garden. Figure out all that you need so you are not wasting money on things you cannot plant in your garden. Plant bulbs in your garden if you want flowers through spring and summer. Bulbs will grow every year Read more
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Cover Crops

Cover Crops September 10, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Care,Garden Planning,Garden Planting | Green manure is not fresh out of the horse. In fact, it’s not even manure. It’s another name given to cover crops, or crops that are planted for one reason only: to benefit garden soil. Think of it as Read more
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The film the food industry doesn’t want you to see. #FedUp — NOW PLAYING.

This is the movie the food industry doesn’t want you to see. FED UP blows the lid off everything we thought we knew about food and weight loss, revealing a 30-year campaign by the food industry, aided by the U.S. government, to mislead and confuse the American public, resulting in one of the largest health epidemics in history. From Katie Read more
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Tips And Techniques You Should Learn For Organic Gardening

Gardens are much more than simply a venue for decorating. For some people, gardening is more than a hobby. Its a way that people can find peace, and feel tranquil. When one is good at gardening, the rewards are outstanding. Clay soil can be very hard to work with, and you will often find that it sticks to the shovel. Take the hard work out of Read more
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Having A Plan For Your New Garden To Ensure Success

Learn some tips to assist you in cultivating a beautiful garden for your personal enjoyment, your business or your family. With just a little research, you can make a gardening plan that will get you exactly the results you’re looking for without wasting your time or your money. In the cold winter months, you can salvage certain plants by Read more
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Garden Pest Control – Organic Pesticides, Homemade

September 7, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning,Pest Control | When should you use an organic pesticide? If and when everything else has failed. Start with homemade and work your way up to commercial if you have to. There are three homemade sprays you can make with ordinary household products and a Read more
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Harvesting Your Onions

Onions are ready to harvest Onions should be harvested when they have fully sized up and the green tops start to dry up and bend over.  Pull the bulbs out of the ground and gently brush off any loose dirt.  Lay them out in 1 layer and let cure in the sun for about a week to 10 days – this allows the outer skins to toughen and dry, so Read more
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Top Three Gardening Tools For Easy Maintenance

In order for you to have a successful organic garden, you will need to take really good care of it. This can be achieved by using smart, eco-savvy gardening techniques. With these smart tips, your garden produce will grow to be healthier and more delicious. Follow the tips provided for a successful organic garden. Plants will respond with maximum Read more
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Crop Rotation

Crop Rotation September 4, 2014 | By WAH In Garden Planning | Crop rotation is perhaps the single best way to fight disease and pest problems that can plague your vegetable crops. Ideally, you will have several separate areas, beds, patches, or sections in your garden so that you can rotate Read more
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Tips And Tricks On How To Get The Best Organic Garden

As the trend of organic gardening becomes more popular, so do holistic lifestyles. Lots of people who choose to live this lifestyle grow their own plants and herbs, so they can benefit from them. This article provides several useful tips on organic gardening that can help. Lay sod properly. You will need to prepare your lawn soil before laying the Read more
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