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Garlic Agronomy – What to Do With That Straw Mulch in Your Garlic Patch

If you plant garlic during fall, then it has the potential to increase the yields. However, the survival rate of garlic during winter is very low. One study shows that heavy mulching of garlic patch during winters helps its survival and also helps to provide greater yields.

Everything You Need to Know About Growing Herbs

Before you begin there are a few things you’ll need to know about growing herbs. One thing is what type of herbs do you want to grow? Here we look at 10 tips on herb growing.

Grow Your Own Vegetables – Grow Health

What can be said about fresher, tastier, pure, organic and non hybrid versions of vegetables? They just make you speechless with wonder and admiration when raising prices of groceries and news of injecting them with pesticides or growth hormones for bigger yields leave you in angst.

When Gardening, Should Backyard Soil Be Used?

Should you use your backyard’s soil for your garden? Learn why this might not be the best idea and what a better alternative can be.

Avoid Spring Digging Injuries in the Garden

With spring comes the urge to plant. And that mean’s digging. Are you aware of what digging does to your risk for injury?

Beginner Organic Gardening – What is Mulching?

The most commonly used organic materials used for mulching are wood shavings, sawdust, pine straws, grass clippings and leaves. The good thing about all of this is that the materials are relatively easy to come by.

2 Tips on Beginner Organic Gardening – Soil Health

Beginner Organic Gardening cannot be a success without knowing what constitutes good soil. This knowledge alone can be the deciding factor as to whether or not your crops flourish or fail.

Beginner Organic Gardening – Organic Seller Certification

Some folks are so adept at their beginner organic gardening methods that they decide to sell the surplus. In order to do this you must become an organic certified seller. This is a great milestone for any organic gardener.

How to Prevent Cracking in Vegetables in Your Home Garden

Last thing you want to see is your nice ripe red tomato have a big crack in it. That invites all kinds of problems. Here are some solutions you can try to help prevent this issue.

Branches of a Bonsai Tree

Appearance is a very critical component of the Bonsai tree. Each and every Bonsai tree is an individual tree, with no other exactly alike it. The final appearance of the Bonsai is element of the growers artistic desires and skill. To help us all achieve the “true Bonsai” appearance there are some basic guidelines for the trunk, the branches and the actual pot that the tree is grown in.

A Raised Garden Bed Was the Answer

Well, that’s it, I thought. No more gardening for me. We were moving into a much smaller house with an even smaller yard and there was no room for a garden. Sadly, I would truly miss my favorite pastime. But then one of my new neighbors showed me her portable raised garden beds.

A Dessert Garden in Your Landscape

We all deserve a treat from time to time – and fruit can provide the answer – as well as fulfilling basic nutritional needs to consume two servings of fruit daily. This list simply suggest fruits that are relatively easy to grow and maintain, yet will provide a delicious benefit. Rhubarb There isn’t an easier place to start than with rhubarb for a first-time vegetable grower.

Organic Gardening Pesticide – An Overview

Homemade vs. man made organic gardening pesticide is a hot topic among organic gardeners. This article also looks at the ways of developing a healthier garden in order to detour pests. Additional resources provided for other organic gardening topics.

Beneficial Garden Insects – Don’t Kill That Ladybug!

Many of us think about insects as being our enemies. In the gardening world, some of them are actually our friends. These are referred to as beneficial garden insects. So, don’t kill that ladybug!

Growing Vegetables Organically – It’s All About Planning

Look at some of the important aspects of planning when growing vegetables organically. Whether doing this for fun, or if you are doing to sustain your family, organic gardening involves proper planning.

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