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How To Make Natural Garden Pesticides

A pest infestation is definitely disappointing, but it’s not a reason to reach for harmful, toxic sprays. The sprays might eliminate the pesky culprits, but they are harmful to you and the environment. Instead, try whipping up one of these simple recipes with ingredients you most likely have on hand. Antifungal Spray This spray is Read More…

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Everything You Need To Know About Plant Nutrients

We are all mindful of the significance of a decent compost for plants, gardens and yards. Plants need to have appropriate “nourishment”. What’s more, a great many people know about the “N–P–K” numbers imprinted on all fertilizer sacks. These, all together of printing, refer to the nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium rates contained in that specific Read More…

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Native American Universal Medicine

Echinacea purpurea – Purple coneflower is a plant whose healing properties have been discovered by the Native Americans. It is known as a natural antibiotic and a universal cure for all diseases, and acts as an immune system booster and has an antiseptic effect. The root for medicinal tinctures There are about 50 species of echinacea, Read More…

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Urine – The Natural Tomato Fertilizer

A new study has made gardeners using pee on their tomato plants, and they say it works. The review discovered pee raised yields 4.2 times contrasted with non-treated plants. Tomatoes developed with pee had an same amount of supplements as plants that got mineral manures. Urine can be utilized as a safe and free mineral Read More…

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Top 5 Gardening Mistakes

Having too many plants We’ve all been there at some point. You go out to buy groceries and you come back home with a bunch of new plants. Variety is always great, but if you’re just starting out you may find it difficult to care for the individual needs of multiple plants. Start small and build Read More…

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How To Grow Eggplants

Eggplant is a member from the Solanaceae family that incorporates various harmful weeds like Deadly Nightshade, so for many years it was considered to be poisonous. In the end the daring started to have a go at eating eggplant. In any case, it’s just been over the most recent 100 years that eggplant has been Read More…