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When to Lime Your LawnWhy do lawns need lime and how do you know when you need it? I'll try to answer some of these questions for you. The first fact you should know is why lime is used...
17 Essential Elements for Plant GrowthLet us go back to the basics and learn chemistry that would be extremely helpful in understanding its applications in gardening. Chemical elements analysis reveals that plants need definite proportions of specific elements. Plant growth is solely...
Buy Organic Fertilizers- The Best WayThe recent controversy on using chemical or inorganic fertilizers and its harmful effects on the environment has brought about the organic movement in the agricultural sector. For environmental and health reasons, more and more...
How To Get An Accurate Soil TestOne of the best deals a gardener can get is a soil test, which is available to most North Americans through local cooperative extension offices or similar agencies. Check the useful links at...
Peppers and Eggplants Like Nourishing FertilizerOn sunny days are March have sown the seeds of heat-loving peppers and eggplants. To grow strong and viable seedlings, listen to the advice of experts.Let the beds on Purple haze! Donetsk biologist and an...
A Starter’s Guide to CompostingDo-it-yourself project - Making compost Why compost? Maintaining an organic compost pile provides heaps of benefits that range from ecological to economical. As a natural fertilizer, it is a free alternative to pricey fertilizers and plant food....
Free and Natural Fertilizers for your GardenMost garden stores will try to have you believe that you need expensive chemicals to have a beautiful, healthy garden and lawn. These chemicals can be harmful to kids, pets and your drinking...
The Truth About Organic FertilizersThere's lots of confusion nowadays about "chemical" versus "organic" fertilizers but really, they're all chemicals, so the correct distinction is between organic and synthetic. Organic fertilizers break down slowly, so they last longer in the soil...
Soil and Soil CareManaging Soil Organically How you manage the soil in your garden depends on factors such as the general type of soil, how it has been utilized in the past and what you intend to grow. The Organic approach...
Composting: Building Healthy SoilComposting is the natural way to enrich your garden. All plants need water, sunshine, and soil nutrients to grow. If you like organic vegetables from your garden, go for natural soil enrichment. In our garden, the nutrients...

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