Fabric Pot Is The Best Pots for Growing Cannabis

           Fabric Pot Is The Best Pots for Growing Cannabis Fabric pots are the popular pots for growing cannabis. The pots are made out of a light fabric, so the medium can draw in plenty of air to the root zone. This allows bacteria to breathe, and the plant will be able to eat, and drink more. In a plast...

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Top Ten Garden Pests

                         Top Ten Garden Pests The unwelcome garden visitors that come back every year. Here’s a rundown of who they are and how to send them away. ...

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When To Start Growing Potatoes

                     When To Start Growing Potatoes Potatoes have a long growing season and with a little crop management their continued production can be easily maintained. It i...

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Polytunnel Gardening

What is a Polytunnel? A polytunnel is most commonly an elongated semi curcular shaped tunnel made out of polyethylene. They come in a wide variety of   shapes and sizes. In functionality they fall somewhere between a garden cloche and a greenhouse, a c...

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Recognising Common Garden Weeds – Perennial Weeds

Recognising Common Garden Weeds – Perennial Weeds Perennial Weeds Perennial weeds come up every year from the same plant and are difficult to get rid of but not as hard as they are often made our to be. Most have deep tap roots which need to be removed but once this has been done smaller regrowth can be dealt with relatively easily. Other p...

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Preserving wild areas in your garden

Preserving wild areas in your garden This year I have slowly begun to move my garden into the field in front of my house by extending the lawn and creating a new orchard. The area is small as fields go, about 2 acres, but makes a large garden so I didn’t want to make it too complicated (and have too much to look after). For 15 years a local farmer h...

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Solar Garden Lights

                                   Solar Garden Lights The clocks haven’t yet gone back and the leaves are still on the trees but there is definitely a change in the light. I love ...

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Growing your own Dwarf Vegetable Varieties

Growing your own Dwarf Vegetable Varieties Cultivating home grown vegetables is a simple pleasure that anyone can experience, even if you have limited space. We don’t all have the benefit of a large garden with room for a greenhouse and a range of vegetable plots but a simple allotment can be easily created on a balcony or in a tiny ba...

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How to Protect Vegetables From Birds

How to Protect Vegetables From Birds It’s always nice to see birds and other wildlife out in the garden until they start destroying crops. Shortly after sowing seeds, birds can become a problem in any garden. There are many bird scare methods including the trusty scarecrow that each have varying degrees of success, there is no deterre...

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Ten Ways to Improve your Soil

Ten Ways to Improve your Soil Soil is the foundation of any vegetable garden, if it is treated well it will reward you. Year by year soil needs to conditioned and improved to accommodate the demands of cultivation and the weather. Here are some supplements that will boost the health of your garden. Manure. ...

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