3 Frost Protection Methods That I Don’t Recommend

Growing Upside Down Tomatoes? How To Successfully Grow Tomatoes Upside Down

In the world we currently live in, there seems to be little emphasis on agriculture. Granted, the agrarian revolution started with the likes of Jethro Tull, and it enjoyed massive support from all quarters, but once the industrial age set then agriculture was soon forgotten. Nowadays we live in concrete jungles where the possibility of seeing farmland is as remote as affording the 20 million dollars needed to take you to outer space, unless of course you are one of those billionaires with a penchant for exotic thrills.

Tips on Orchid Repotting

Orchid repotting is a delicate and fine art. A farmer should conduct adequate research on how that art is done before venturing into the art. There is no specified formula to be followed since it is a learned skill.

Growing a Grape Vine – A Beginner’s Peek

No one can get enough of grapes. I do not know why exactly but this fruit has millions and millions of people enslaved to it. I guess it would to do with the sweet taste and grapes are used in a lot of food products.

The How To’s to Harvesting Worm Castings

You’re a newbie at worm composting and would like to know how the right way to harvesting worm castings is done, then you’ve come to the right place. Read on further below to learn more about the proper approach to collecting worm poop from red wigglers and nightcrawlers. It’s quite easy to set-up a composter for where to keep your worms.

Discover How to Grow Orchids Quickly and Easily

If you are interested in growing orchids then you must read this amazing article right now. Get some simple orchid growing tips that you will need in order to grow beautiful and magnificent orchids quickly and easily.

Days Of Summer Past

When I was a young boy I remember the long lazy days of summer. Every day was a new adventure and it seemed like I had forever and was never in much of a hurry.

Orchid Lights and Giving “Perfect Timing” A New Meaning

Introduction to orchid lights, noting how light is one of the biggest uncontrolled variables. Reveals insights into common light requirements for orchids. Explores why usual sunlight through windows may not suffice. Yields instructive and actionable information about the light needs of the two primary classes of orchids. Notes a great trick for providing perfect lighting.

Rhodiola Rosea: The Plant That Helps Us Cope

If you haven’t heard about rhodiola rosea, you are missing out on something that is of a great help to many people. Whether someone has outright depression or just wants to find it easier to cope with life changes, rhodiola is the ‘go to’ answer.

How To Grow Grape Vines and Why Top Soil Erosion Is Good

Introduction to how to grow grape vines, including a review of tips beginners aren’t likely to heed. Reveals insights into key soil qualities that make a big difference. Explores the value of a soil test and how to use it to stack the deck in your favor. Yields instructive and actionable information for how and when to fertilize. Notes the importance of drainage as it relates to watering.

Water A Vegetable Garden Essential

Water is essential in the vegetable garden, or to phrase it correctly the proper amount of water is essential in the vegetable garden. All plants require water without it they will die, but with too much of it they will die as well.

Buying A Gas Powered Blower Vacuum? You Should Read This First

More and more every year the leaf rake is placed into retirement and replaced with a powerful hand held power tool that will easily move enormous amounts of leaves into piles where they can be vacuumed up by the same tool. A very important feature to search for is the ability to remove the pickup tube if it clogs without the use of specialized tools such as tork screw drivers. All in all most owners report that they would never go back to the old rake but do advise doing a little research to find just the right blower vacuum for your yard.

Delicious Strawberries With Pyramid In Concrete In Gardening

Now that plastics and treated wood are poorly regarded, some green thumbs are trying concrete in gardening. Concrete bricks, even more than regularly formed concrete do leach calcium oxide, also known as lime. There are extremely minute amount of ingredients, thicyanote and resin acids, which are toxic, and can also leach but most of the research seems related to long time exposure to water.

Basic Composting for the Survival Gardener

Composting is not nearly as hard as many people think it is. It is nature’s way of recycling–and nature tends to do things the easy way–no need to complicate things! We have the ability to imitate nature’s actions and decompose waste in our own backyards to be used in our gardens. In this article, I will provide the basic steps and ingredients needed to create nutrient-rich compost for your survival garden!

Wind Chimes and Feng Shui

The Beauty and Art of Wind Chimes – Wind chimes are very common now and could be found in a lot of stores, both online and offline. But did you know that they go back a long way in history? The earliest known chimes were found in India, where they were known as wind bells.

Growing Herbs In Pots and Neighbors Who Think You Grow Pot

Introduction to growing herbs in pots, covering the way that herbs are as easily grown in pots as in the ground. Reveals insights into how to meet the three basic requirements of herb growing. Explores the preferred soil, as well as ways to improve your soil if necessary. Yields instructive and actionable information on the multiple benefits of container herbs and how they can easily be moved about. Notes how best to handle frost when growing herbs.

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