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Ways to Grow Vegetables in Eco-friendly Backyard Gardens

15th April 2011
We all know how much hard work there is in growing vegetables - digging, weeding, crop rotation, watering, fertilizing, planting winter crops, resting beds, spraying pests and weeds - the list goes on and on. The term Ecological Gardening seems to be ... Read >
Author: smartchoice

Limestone crusher for cement plant

14th December 2010
Cement is a mixture of limestone, clay and others processed by high temperature calcination. Glass is from the limestone, quartz sand, soda ash and other mixture, and obtained by high temperature melting, iron with limestone used as flux to remove gangue,... Read >
Author: yjcrane

Soil Bacteria's Role in Soil Conditioning

19th December 2008
Bacteria are the unsung heroes of gardening. Without bacteria, gardeners would not have the rich, loamy soil in which plants grow without bounds. Bacteria are single-celled organisms that chemically digest organic matter in soils into smaller nutrient com... Read >
Author: Casey Coke

Humic Acid Benefits on Sandy Soils

19th December 2008
Sandy soils have almost the opposite problems of clay soils. That would stand to reason, as clay soils are made up of very small particles and sandy soils have larger particles. Particle size makes a huge difference in the way water, air and nutrients mov... Read >
Author: Casey Coke
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