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Control Caterpillar Pests (2 comments)
Feed the soil, not the plant.
by Kathy Fitzgerald
Spring Garden Cleanup Yields Happy, Healthy Plants
by Anne Larson
Turn & Burn | How to use a 3-bin compost system
by Karen Neill
My favorite type of composting is the three-bin method. This system works well if you have the room and generates a lot of organic matter. >> read article
What is Lasagna Gardening?
by Larry Caplan
How to Turn Compost into Liquid Fertilizer
by Kerry Heafner
All you'll need to do this is a bucket or other large container that will hold water, aquarium pump and an air stone for an oxygen source for our soil microbes. And we'll put that down in the water and let it bubble. We'll also use the oxygen to help dechlorinate the water if you're using city water. We'll put our compost in a mesh laundry bag which will function like a teabag. We'll measure our compost in a plastic measuring cup, and then we'll provide the soil microbes in the compost tea with a carbohydrate source. And for that, we'll use unsulfured molasses. >> read article