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Chickens and Poultry - Safety from Vermin

16th March 2012
Vermin arrive in every forms from rats and mice to stoats and foxes. Most of them are a major real danger in your poultry flock and need to be monitored. Rats and Mice. Generally rats and mice aren't attracted to the chickens themselves, though a bi... Read >
Author: Louise Beresford

Homemade Compost Accelerator

03rd November 2010
Organic gardening is really a highly pleasurable factor to do, plus it can allow one to gain earnings too. The enjoyment you can acquire from this activity goes way beyond the beautifying points if you had a flower garden instead simply because it permits... Read >
Author: bsmith123

Importance and Value of Organic Fertilizers – Natural is Best

07th May 2010
The importance of organic gardening and farming has become increasingly popular. People have become more health conscious and do not want to expose their bodies or the environment to chemicals and pesticides. These toxins cause numerous health problems an... Read >
Author: Friendly Landscaping Toronto

Home Vegetable Gardening: Support Your Tomatoes with These Ideas

01st April 2010
Tomatoes rank first as the most popular item to grow in a home vegetable garden. Although botanically they are classified as a fruit, most people refer to them as vegetables. Regardless of what you call them, there are literally thousands of varieties to ... Read >
Author: Mike Podlesny

Vermiculture Technology | Worm Farming For Profit

23rd February 2010
Want the best vermiculture technology system made for worm farming for profit? This is by far the best place to get the most worm farming secrets to learn earthworm composting. Would you like to easily make money from home with vermiculture technology? Ca... Read >
Author: Carl Anthony

Raising Alabama Jumpers For Fishing

08th February 2010
Alabama Jumpers make one of the most rugged fishing worms since they have a tougher outer skin layer enabling them to remain on the hook better than many other varieties of worms. The name itself should give you an idea of the action they exhibit when dip... Read >
Author: Bruce Galle

Raising Alabama Jumpers Live Fishing Worms

08th February 2010
Alabama Jumpers make one of the most rugged fishing worms since they have a tougher outer skin layer enabling them to remain on the hook better than many other varieties of worms. Being these worms can litterally jump out of your hands should give you the... Read >
Author: Bruce Galle

Tips for Weed-Free Flower Beds

26th February 2009
After years of tending the garden, I've learned that there are a few tricks that can help to prevent that most dreaded of all necessities--weed pulling. The best, and easiest, thing you can do is prevention. When choosing a location for a flower bed, ... Read >
Author: joalesto

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
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