Mushroom Compost

11 Ways Mushroom Compost Will Improve Your Soil

Mushroom compost is the growing material that’s left over from the process of growing mushrooms on an industrial scale. It’s sometimes referred to as ‘spent mushroom compost’. If it hasn’t yet been used it’ll be called something obvious like ‘unused mushroom compost’. Either way it’s full of nutrients and makes a relatively inexpensive way to improve your Read More…

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7 Fast Growing Trees For Ultimate Privacy In The Garden

1. Eucalyptus Native to Australia, New Zealand and Tasmania, the rapid growth of the eucalyptus tree is attributed to a survival mechanism which protects young saplings against koalas and other tree munching animals. Free from these indigenous threats, eucalyptus grows swiftly to maturity. In ideal conditions, larger species will climb 6-8 feet yearly, although some Read More…

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Growing An Edible Garden In Singapore

It can be quite challenging growing an edible garden in Singapore with such limited space, particularly if you do not have a balcony, roof, or yard. For those who are completely new to the concept and are unsure whether they have a green thumb, here are some easy, fool-proof, and frugal tips on how to Read More…

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9 Incredible Uses For Epsom Salt In The Garden

Epsom salt is comprised of hydrated magnesium sulfate, a naturally occurring mineral first found in the well waters of Epsom, England. Epsom salt has a variety of home remedy applications – the two most widely known being as a saline laxative and pain reliever. What many people don’t realize is that Epsom salt also has several Read More…

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