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|How to Grow Raspberries4|
Raspberries are among the most delicious of summer fruits. Get gardening tips on how to grow raspberry plants.
|7 Surprising Fertilizers for Your Garden4|
Feeding your plants shouldn’t mean buying a plastic container full of synthetic fertilizer. Often, you can feed your garden with what you have around your home. And with these fertilizers, you’re often reusing or recycling some old product to help your garden, making you even greener. Here are seven ways to do just that:
|Digging & Cultivating3|
Digging is the first stage of preparing soil for cropping. In spite of attempts to find alternatives, it remains standard practice – thorough cultivation and good drainage are vital for providing the conditions in which crops thrive. Tackled in the right way, digging is not as hard as many beginners believe.
|Natural Pest & Disease Control3|
Organic gardening combines several complementary strategies to achieve healthy crops. These strategies consist of an array of simple gardening practices that will greatly reduce the impact of pests and diseases. And in the event that a problem does occur, there are simple, effective remedies that will not poison your soil, your crops or the people who eat them.
|Make a hanging herb planter 3|
Keeping herbs close to the food preparation area gives access to fresh ingredients when cooking. One way is to hang them using an open-weave basket that can be planted through the sides as well as the top.
|How to take lavender cuttings3|
Choose a healthy plant to propagate lavender cuttings from and do it in a warm, shady spot. Remove 100mm long side shoots, leaving a short piece at the base.
|How to plant strawberries3|
Strawberry plants produce fruit for up to three years and in warm climates can crop year-round. Feed with sulphate of potash in late winter and cover with netting to protect berries from birds getting to the fruit before harvesting.
|Build tomato cages3|
Wire cages support tomato plants, helping them grow vertically while keeping the fruit off the ground and protecting plants from being knocked.
|Mini Garden Shed2|
Custom-build a rustic cupboard for a small courtyard
|Symptoms of Mineral Deficiency in the Soil2|
This table chart will help you identify symptoms of mineral deficiency in soil and what the probable causes and remedies are.
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