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Making bonemeal for your garden helps control the quality of the bone meal, making it from the anti-biotic and hormone free bones from your dinner. This can be done with any type of bones. To do this, place the … Continue reading
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When To Plant: If you live in a zone with cold winters, plant cloves of garlic after the first frost and about four weeks before the ground freezes, depending on what part of the country you live in that … Continue reading
A hog panel bent in thirds, wired together on a large planter.
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Sometimes in planning a garden we can get carried away with what to plant. Be practical; spend some time thinking about how you cook, and how your family eats. Plan on planting something for everyone’s taste not just your … Continue reading
Marigolds are one of the most fun ways to add color and pest control to your garden. Planting with broccoli and cabbage crops reduces the white flies. Planting Marigolds require approximately 45 to 50 days to flower after seeding, therefore seeding indoors … Continue reading
The secret to a lush, delicious blackberry harvest is the proper care of your blackberry plant. Blackberry plants tend to grow fast and the new growth can overshadow and interfere with blackberry production, so pruning is essential. Proper pruning … Continue reading