Category: Organic Gardening

How to Plant a Vegetable Garden | D.F. Dwyer I…

How to Plant a Vegetable Garden | D.F. Dwyer Insurance

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10 Simple Steps from the National Gardening Association

How to Plant A Vegetable GardenIf you want the freshest produce possible, consider planting your own home garden—after all, you can’t get any closer to your kitchen table than your own backyard. Growing your own vegetables is thrifty, too. According to the National Gardening Association, the average family with a garden spends $70 on their…

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Ladybug Raising: Beneficial Gardening Meets Ea…

Ladybug Raising: Beneficial Gardening Meets Early Education – Going and Growing

Bygardengalmarissa It is early in the gardening season but, oh no, I’ve already spotted the damage.

How To Start A Straw Bale Garden Hello all, I…

How To Start A Straw Bale Garden

Hello all, I hope your week is going well! I am so excited to share how to start a straw bale garden with you today!

Common Uses For Finished Compost – Knowledge T…

Common Uses For Finished Compost – Knowledge Through Articles

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Once you’ve put in some of the hard work in learning how to compost and waited for the right amount of time you’ll have your finished compost material. So, what will you do with it now? Well, there are several great uses outside of simply laying it down on top of your flower beds. Some of these are practical daily uses while others are a bit more specialized.

One…

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A Garden Update | Moonmooring

A Garden Update | Moonmooring

It’s May and finally there is warm weather. It has been a cool, dry, windy, cloudy spring. Things were trying to green up but it was taking a lot of effort. Then it rained. It rained over three inches in a couple days and the sunshine came out and it was a balmy 80 degrees (F). It is now officially green and spring and summer is fast on her heels.

My favorite garden plant – peas. They have…

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A Garden Update | Moonmooring

A Garden Update | Moonmooring

It’s May and finally there is warm weather. It has been a cool, dry, windy, cloudy spring. Things were trying to green up but it was taking a lot of effort. Then it rained. It rained over three inches in a couple days and the sunshine came out and it was a balmy 80 degrees (F). It is now officially green and spring and summer is fast on her heels.

My favorite garden plant – peas. They have…

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Soil Recipe-8: Easy-to-prepare, low-cost Thris…

Soil Recipe-8: Easy-to-prepare, low-cost Thrishakti tonic keeps your garden robust & pest-free | ENDLESSLY GREEN

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This cost-effective and easy-to-prepare liquid fertiliser is one of those old-time golden farming solutions meant to offer multiple benefits to the soil and the plants and safeguard farmers’ interests. Noted soil activist SOIL Vasu has been propagating Thrishakti tonic among farmers and documenting its positive effect on various types of crops. Thanks to him, we are able…

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VIDEO: Gardening, Planting Potatoes and Onions…

VIDEO: Gardening, Planting Potatoes and Onions – Happy Herb Lady

For those of you following along with the Gardening Journey, here is an update of what is going on in the little rough patch garden of ours! We have set in our potatoes and onions and started hardening our tomato plants that we started from seed!

We also spread our seed for beets, carrots and peas and will soon be laying seed for kale and spinach once the weather clears up again!
Stay tuned for…

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Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

After polluting the bins with broccoli I decided to document the clean up on video. Not all of it as the video is an afterthought. A few days have past and the clean up is working. Worms are moving throughout the bin and working. Looks like it’s mostly in the video. -13

Source: Worm bin notes. | Unit-13 FREMSLT

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How To Plant Asparagus, Again! | Grow So Easy …

How To Plant Asparagus, Again! | Grow So Easy Organic

My husband and I got good news last Thursday, really good news. His most recent PET scan was clear! We did a little jig then sat down and tried to let it sink in a bit. No new melanoma! No metastases.

Old asparagus bed slowing down.

20 year old asparagus bed

So, what does this have to do with planting asparagus? Everything!

My current asparagus bed is close to 25 years old. To say it’s slowed down is a bit of an…

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