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we give you tips on Soil and Fertilization, specially How to use different types of fertilizers

Peppers and Eggplants Like Nourishing Fertilizer On 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...
Free and Natural Fertilizers for your Garden Most 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...
How To Get An Accurate Soil Test One 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...
Fertilizer for Plants and Characteristics NPK – what's it all about? You have surely seen the letters NPK written on the packaging or in specialist magazines,  but do you know what they mean? NPK, the basic nutritive elements NPK fertilizers contain the three...
Fertilizer Tips: How to Fertilize Your Trees? Beautiful, full trees provide shade during the hottest parts of the day. Their presence in your backyard can lower your air conditioning bills and help create an oasis in your outdoor space. However,...
How to Determine The Composition of Soil? Soils: Good soil is fundamental to successful gardening, landscaping, and healthy houseplants. Balance structure, nutrients, and Soil pH to compliment plants' needs. Most gardens require a 6.0 to 7.0 pH to support either...
General Guidelines for Soil Improvements Factor 01 of Soil Improvements: Drainage For most plants, the soil should be well drained, but should not lose water too rapidly. This is especially important for plants which need an early start for their season,...
Guide to Prepare Garden Soil   The first step of gardening is soil preparation. Soil should be able to contain its moisture and nutrients while being balanced in its air and water ratio. The three soil types are clay, loam, and...
What about the Process of Composting? Today I want to write about one very important thing for all gardeners. In fact, the normal gardener will not plant home garden seeds without using it first.  I am sure you all have it somewhere...
Amending Clay Soil: Yes It Can Be Done Amending clay soil is often needed since most are not blessed with an ideal soil to work with. Since you are stuck with the hand you are dealt, you may have to...

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