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Collecting seeds from your own plants, your neighbors plants or from wild plants will save you a ton of money. Generally, one seed head or pod will yield the equivalent of what you buy in a commercial seed packet. If you and your neighbors practice organic gardening techniques, your collected seeds will be organic thus saving you even more money next year.
Published by Irene Nevins 66 months ago in Organic Gardening | +3 votes | 0 comments
This article provides six (6) basic steps on how to set up and practice organic gardening at home. There are important concepts included on how to keep an organic garden free from bugs and pests the natural way, and totally without the use of some chemicals such as fertilizers and pesticides.
Published by J. Dollente 66 months ago in Organic Gardening | +2 votes | 0 comments
an information database on aromatic as well as decorative bushes that can be planted in most areas in the country. the information is very specific as to leaves and colors. some bushes identitied are the hydrangea, the lilac, the elkhorn fern, and the soft shield fern. makes good reading if interested in decorative bushes that add aroma as well as color and texture to your garden.
Published by Nora K Anthony 68 months ago in Organic Gardening | +2 votes | 0 comments
There are several organic ways of dealing with bugs, among the two most effective is a tea made from hot peppers that will just drive the bugs away by giving them a hotfoot. The other highly effective organic pesticide is diatomecous earth that kills bugs by causing them to dry up and blow away.
Published by John Carter 70 months ago in Organic Gardening | +4 votes | 0 comments
Blueberries can be raised for fun or profit. They are one of the easiest plants to raise and care for, and the berries themselves can readily be turned into cash. Blueberries can be eaten fresh as they come off the plant, canned or frozen. The hardest part of raising blueberries it pruning the plants that is done during the winter months.
Published by John Carter 70 months ago in Organic Gardening | +7 votes | 2 comments
Cherry trees can be propagated from cherry pits, but it is a long drawn out process. Because cherries are haploids the trees grown from pits do not breed true, but if you want the young trees can be used as rootstock for grafting existing varieties too. Trees raised from seed are the source of new breeds of cherry trees.
Published by John Carter 70 months ago in Organic Gardening | +5 votes | 0 comments
One of the ways to go green at home is to have your own garden and go organic. There are natural ways on how on you can safeguard your garden from insects and pests. This article provides information on the importance of mulching, different kinds of mulches, and some tips in using mulch to keep backyard gardens away from pests.
Published by J. Dollente 72 months ago in Organic Gardening | +18 votes | 9 comments
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