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When one has the convenience to make compost at home using Vegetable waste, Fruit peel and other degradable kitchen waste one can be sure of providing healthy food for plants..
Earthworms are generally regarded as very beneficial to the environment for their role in enriching the soil, but there are some cases in which the earthworm population can bloom out of control and damage the forest floor. This article discusses various interesting features of earthw...
Organic food costs color the way in which we choose what to buy at the supermarket - this article addresses why.
The basics of aquaponics made easy for any level of grower.
Four important aquaponics questions answered here in this article.
Members of community gardens walk away from the experience with baskets of fresh vegetables, flowers, gardening knowledge and new friendships.
Is aquaponic algae dangerous to your aquaponics system? This article will answer the question for you.
A posting covering what is needed concerning aquaponics pH levels in aquaponics systems.
An article covering the basic aquaponic fish that you can use in aquaponic plant systems.
The trend to go organic with everything we eat and purchase has increased dramatically over the past few years. Combine that trend with a sluggish economy and it has produced a new generation of gardeners. Gardeners who want be totally organic as well as beginning gardeners who want t...
Planning the early intensive garden beds with plant combinations that will get you maximum yields, make the best use of the space you have available, and make the most efficient use of available water resources.
This information is necessary for planning your intensive garden beds. For planning what to grow for fresh use, successive planting for continuation of fresh organic crops, to get more for your food storage, and plan your watering system.
The information in this article will get you thinking about how much you want to grow for fresh use from your intensive garden beds, planning for your food storage, and the most important element of the intensive organic gardening system is the design of the beds.
By understanding the intensive gardening system, you can determine how much to grow, calculate what you can get from the space that you have available, and make a plan to grow in your intensive garden.
Knowing what to grow when you only have a small space, the space needs to be used efficiently, and there are some crops that you might not want to grow. The space can be better used by growing others. Mix early, mid, and late-season crops to make the best use of your space.
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