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February 2, 2016

6 foods that Promote a longer life

Photo: Stocksy Info found on Mind body Green we're excited to feature this excerpt from How Not to Die, the best-selling new book by Michael Greger, M.D., a leading nutrition expert and the physician behind NutritionFacts.org. In this passage, Dr. Greger shares why he created the "Daily Dozen" — the list of 12 foods he recommends eating [...]

January 30, 2016

Starting Seeds Indoors – What Went Wrong?

Info found on Grow Veg By Barbara Pleasant Last night I dug through the recycling bin to find empty cans I could use to raise my little flats of cabbage and kale seedlings closer to the florescent light fixture meant to mimic the sun. Ideally, there should be no more than 2 inches (5 cm) between [...]

CLONEX

Rooting Hormone Gel The ultimate rooting compound – used by professionals and amateurs the world over. CLONEX is a bright, translucent gel. It is a high performance formulation of hormones, vitamins and mineral nutrients. CLONEX is a high performance rooting compound. It is a tenacious gel which will remain in contact around the stem, sealing the [...]

Fall Gardening Plans: Growing Garlic

Info found on: Urban Farmer If you’re accustomed to the typical store-bought garlic, you may be surprised by the variety in flavor, texture and coloring among the various garlic varieties available in seed catalogs. The vast majority of commercial garlic is a single variety, much of it grown in California. Contrast this with the hundreds of [...]

SHOULD YOU COMPOST?

Info found on daily.jstor.org The Benefits of Composting When your trash is burned at a landfill, it generates a significant amount of methane, a greenhouse gas. But when food waste is brought to the compost, bacteria in the compost pile breaks down the plant matter to generate fertilizer, which avoids the massive production of methane. Recently, [...]

Twenty herbs that will grow in shade

Info found on examiner.com Just because your yard is partially shaded doesn't mean you can't grow your own herbs this summer. Plenty of herbs actually prefer partial or dappled shade, especially in warmer climates. You often hear that herbs are sun-lovers, but its surprising how happy many herbs are in shade. Here are herbs that will [...]

20 Crafty Small Space Garden Ideas; Solutions for Saving Space

Info Found on Garden Lovers Club They say that necessity is the mother of invention, and there’s no more urgent necessity than the limitations of space when it comes to gardening. We’ve created a list to guide our fellow gardeners through the creative and crafty process of making the most of your space, selecting 20 of the [...]

Nuke Em’ Pesticide

Active Ingredients By Weight Citric Acid0.05% Inert Ingredients Yeast (Enzymes), Potassium Sorbate, WaterTotal:100.00% Nuke em is: Non Toxic Made with Food Grade Ingredients Super Concentrated Non Allergenic Uses NO Oils, Detergents or nasty chemicals. Nuke em: Exceeds state regulations for zero toxic pesticide residue on plant materials Does kill Broad Mites, Russet Mites, Spider mites, Root Aphids, Leaf Aphids, Thrips, Whitefly and more [...]

How To Plant Sweet Potatoes Indoors: Great Idea for Kids

Info and pictures found on DietofLife.com  Planting indoors can be a real fun! You can get your kitchen windowsill overrun with plants in various stages, and you are going to love it!   Start by cutting the potato in half, and then inserting 3 toothpicks midway into the halved potato and resting it in a shallow container [...]

Guide to Growing Early Girl Tomatoes

Early Girl tomatoes are an extremely popular variety that is one of the most common supermarket and backyard garden varieties in the U.S. This indeterminate variety grows to about the size of a tennis ball and has the look and shape of what most people would equate with a “standard” tomato. The Early Girl is fast-growing, [...]