admin - Prevent disease on your impatiens » Lifestyle » SalemNews.com, Salem, MA (n/14/2012)

Q: This has been the worst summer for impatiens. In the past two weeks, they all died. When I mentioned it to other gardeners, they all said the same. What happened? A: Unfortunately, our troubles are just beginning with a disease called impatiens downy mildew, which is sweeping up the East Coast this year ...

admin - 20000 lbs of Fish + 70000 Vegetables per 1/4 Acre … Portable Farms Aquaponics (n/3/2012)

1000% more productive than conventional gardening & farming. the most robust, most scalable Aquaponics system in the world is the Portable Farms™ Aquaponics system. Maxed out, you can produce 240000 vegetables and 92000 pounds of fish per acre, using up to 95% less water and no dirt. These are locally grown, organic, vine ripened vegetables ...

Vegetable Gardening – Can I Grow Celery?

How do you determine which vegetables you grow in your home garden? I was recently watching a television program about gardening and the host was interviewing a home owner and the vegetable garden they had planted. the host was asking what the homeowner had planted and like clockwork the homeowner pointed out that in row ...

admin - The Benefits to Worm Composting: Knowing How to Create Worm Casting Tea (n/3/2012)

There are a lot of things that can be benefited when venturing into worm Composting. aside from having the goods (the worms that is), you can also take advantage of the castings that these worms are able to produce after every digested meal. your daily household scraps (ranging from your garden scraps to your kitchen ...

admin - Fruits of Fall (n/3/2012)

With the Labor Day holiday upon us, summer comes to a close, but that doesn’t mean you have to close the garden gate and sock away your spade and gloves until next year. Your garden has been a labor of love since early spring. You’ve weeded and watered, and in turn the garden has provided you ...

admin - Greenhouse leads to challenge (n/3/2012)

Tomatoes are the big deal in the garden this week. It's no different at my house, but watermelon seems to be closing in. Back in May, which sounds so long ago, we purchased vegetable plants for our ever-shrinking garden. The husband, who is always looking for a challenge, decided he would save a few plants ...

admin - Fertilization & Irrigation Tips For Vegetable Gardening (n/3/2012)

Loamy soil will help you produce a productive, healthy garden. the soil should crumble in your hands and should have a minimal clay and sand mixture. too much water is retained by clay-like soil, which doesn't allow for proper drainage. Nutrients are lacking in andy soil, and there is little support and water retention.Good fertilizer ...

Three Tools the Home Vegetable Gardener Can’t Live Without

When I started vegetable gardening I was a mere seven years old. I would go out and help my dad turn the soil over, plants some seeds, even bury the food waste in the backyard. Of course back then burying food waste was an oddity in society, whereas today it is not only accepted but ...

Healing Hooves Comes to Westport Winery – Local News – – KBKW News

Markham, WA - on September 5, Westport Winery will welcome a visiting team of “horticulturists” to their Vineyards By-the-Sea. Craig Madsen, co-owner of Healing Hooves based in Edwall, Washington, will bring his herd of 250 goats to the winery property for a four day vegetation management project. Craig’s team is has become a leading weed ...

Veg out – Home & Garden, Lifestyle – Independent.ie

You don't need a big garden to grow fruit and vegetables at home, says Marie StauntonEven if you have only a small balcony -- or indeed a window box -- in a sunny location, it is possible to grow a variety of vegetables and fruit.The secret lies in the type of veg you choose -- ...

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