Small Doggies Magazine

Garden Posting Schedule

One of the items which almost always comes up is fertilizer. You always have the option of making your own compost. And frankly this is the best choice available to you. Here you get many extra points for being Green. You are helping the planet not only by producing great organic food, but you are also recycling the scraps from your kitchen at the same time. (And composting is not that difficult, it is work, but can be managed). If composting is not your cup of tea, then consider purchasing organic fertilizer.

Save your old panty hose for use in your garden. When you are growing vines with fruit on vertical supports you can drape the panty hose around the fruit and secure it to the vertical support. The panty hose won’t restrict the growth because it will expand as the fruit grows.

I am keenly aware of the importance of timing so i will not release sales information earlier than you specify, but I may be forced, by sheer volume of requests, to release it later.

A great tip to help your plants remain healthy and fight diseases is by using aspirin water. One and half tablets of aspirin inside a couple gallons of water are a wonderful help to the plants you have. It is simple to spray the plans with this particular concoction to assist them to fight of disease. You should spray your plants about once every three weeks.

Every single day there are over 250million searches per day on Google alone. There are people surfing aimlessly around, other looking at videos, others viewing websites, and your main job is to get in front of them.

Organic Gardening. There are a lot of people that do organic gardening and they don’t even know it. By definition it’s the growing of fruits and vegetables using only natural methods. In essence, it means there are no artificial chemicals used to fertilize, control weeds and control pests.

Last year, I thought the temperature was consistently too cold for much to grow. This year I have started early because I want to have older and stronger plants ready to transplant before the colder months are upon us. Usually the winter temperature fluctuates between high 20’s and the low 50’s, but last year the winter temperatures seemed to have been in the mid 30’s- low 40’s. The weather is one factor that we just can never fully account for when planning our gardens.

There are several vermicompost products out on the market today. Most are around 0, and there are a few website that offer plans for a homemade vermicomposter. The worms can be purchased through the manufacturer, or they will direct you to someone local.