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Improve Your Garden soil By Adding Fertilizers

18th November 2011
Everyone needs to eat to live. Without a steady supply of starch, protein and other nutrients we would all very rapidly die. Flowers have a different arrangement. They exploit carbon, hydrogen and oxygen from the air and the water in the soil so as to man... Read >
Author: johanmonarrez

Useing llama manure in your garden

06th April 2011
Most gardeners don't realize that llama manure makes a great plant food. It won't burn the plants, attract flies or smell. Llamas and alpacas are still fairly rare in North America so most gardeners have not been aware of what a great all natural addition... Read >
Author: Llama Linda

Grape Vine Growing Essentials

21st March 2011
With grape vine growing, where you decide to plant your vines make all the difference in whether they grow and produce delicious fruit of dry up and rot on the ground. Deciding Where to Plant is Important in Grape Vine Growing When you are deciding... Read >
Author: Suntwist

How to Grow Grape Vines: The Right Soil for Optimal Growth

06th December 2010
Grapes are one of the most adaptable plants. They can be grown practically anywhere in the world, and can thrive in the most extreme weather conditions. But if there's one thing a grape grower needs in order to succeed in grape growing, then it's the righ... Read >
Author: Noah Stanton

Characteristics of good quality soil

12th August 2010
Appearance - Few recognizable components of original material remain. Structure -  light and crumbly. Color - Dark brown to blackTexture or particle size - Fine texture, particles smaller than 1/2 inch for incorporation, smaller than 1/8 for topdres... Read >
Author: SWStout

Guide on How To Raise Pigs for Profit - Concise and Simple Tips To Start Raising Pigs

11th August 2010
Raising pigs for a profit is a highly enjoyable and rewarding hobby that can give you lots of profit if done properly. This article will delve on the topic of how to raise pigs for profit as simple as possible. The primary step will be thorough plannin... Read >
Author: Sarah Brown

Branding in Rural Markets

30th July 2010
A brand is a name that distinguishes a product from others. It has its own identity in the market with its symbol and tagline. When we talk about brands in rural markets some of the names which come to our mind are Rajdoot Bikes,Ghari Detergent,Dolly TV a... Read >
Author: Sonali

Preparing Your Home Vegetable Garden to Grow Corn

06th April 2010
Although, according to the USDA, corn ranks four spots behind tomatoes as the most popular vegetable to grow in a home vegetable garden, it still is a very popular item because of its taste, texture and availability. You may not have the budget of a comme... Read >
Author: Mike Podlesny

Starting A Vermiculture Business

12th January 2010
Below is some basic information to assist you in choosing the correct composting worm for your own personal needs. Red Wrigglers-- Excellent If Sole Reason Is Composting. Red wrigglers also known as red wigglers are the best compost worm when it com... Read >
Author: Bruce Galle

Grow your own cucumbers - Growing your own cucumbers

26th April 2009
Growing Your Own Cucumbers They prefer a sunny position out of strong winds for good results. The soil should be rich, and drain well. Dig a hole approximately 30 cm wide filling it with a mixture of peat compost mixed in with well dug manure. Make the... Read >
Author: Dickie Boy

Growing Grapes

17th October 2008
Growing Grapes - Summary. Soil preparation It is important to carefully select the planting site. Grapes can grow in a wide variety of soil types and pH ranges, certain conditions induce better growth and yields. First, grapes prefer well-drained an... Read >
Author: Danie Wium

How to Make a Ghillie Suit - 8 Easy Steps

08th October 2008
How to Make a Ghillie Suit - 8 Easy Steps A Ghillie Suit, or also referred to as a Yowie Suit is a type of camouflage clothing designed to resemble heavy underbrush. It is typically constructed from a net or cloth garment, which itself is made up of lo... Read >
Author: GhillieGear.com

Floating Pump System

09th September 2008
Floating pump systems are the true workhorses of the pump family. They are well-built, made to be sturdy and low maintenance, which is one reason why they are so popular for certain applications. Absolutely reliable, these pumps have a low operational cos... Read >
Author: canfieldcustompumps

Use of Banana Tree

10th October 2007
I am telling you about the nature's Gift named "Banana". Here I am giving you the facts and benefits one gets by using the Banana. Apart from using Banana fruits as food item, the plant's other parts such as trunk, leaves, flower and Raw banana are also g... Read >
Author: Prabakar, S
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