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Deer Droppings On Plants: Is Fertilizing With Deer Manure Safe New

Deer Droppings On Plants: Is Fertilizing With Deer Manure Safe

By: Mary Ellen EllisDeer can be both a blessing and a curse. It’s so lovely to see a doe and fawn early on a Sunday morning, standing in the mist, nibbling on your garden. And that’s the problem. They can eat through a garden in no time.Whether you love or hate deer, or have a more complicated relationship with them, there is one important question to answer: Can you use deer manure in gardens?

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Damselfly Insects – Are Damselflies And Dragonflies The Same Thing New

Damselfly Insects – Are Damselflies And Dragonflies The Same Thing

By: Mary Ellen EllisGardeners can hardly avoid insects, and while you may view most of them as pests, many are either beneficial or just fun to watch and enjoy. Damselflies and dragonflies fall into the latter categories, and you are especially likely to see them if you have water features in your garden.

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What Is True Potato Seed: Learn About Potato Seed Growing New

What Is True Potato Seed: Learn About Potato Seed Growing

If you have ever grown potatoes before, you are familiar with the process of planting seed potatoes. The term “seed potato” is actually a misnomer and a bit confusing when, in fact, it is actually a tuber and not a seed that is planted. This confusion leads one to ask, “Do potatoes produce seeds?” and, if so, why isn’t potato seed used for growing purposes?

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5 ways to speed up the growth of onions on a feather on a windowsill New

5 ways to speed up the growth of onions on a feather on a windowsill

Growing green onions on a windowsill is convenient and easy. But in order to get a decent harvest, you should know some of the intricacies of planting and care. Soaking The procedure of soaking the bulbs before planting accelerates the photosynthesis of plant cells, and increases the germination of greens several times. Soaking disinfects the seed, protects it from decay, and increases the immunity of the culture.

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Variegated Indian Corn Cob New

Variegated Indian Corn Cob

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Planting Spring Bulbs: What Are Bulbs For Spring Season New

Planting Spring Bulbs: What Are Bulbs For Spring Season

By: Susan Patterson, Master GardenerThere is nothing more satisfying to a gardener than seeing those first early spring flower bulbs popping up from the cold ground. These little sprouts soon bloom into gorgeous blossoms, brightening up your garden for the start of a great growing year. Let’s take a look at some common types of spring flowering bulbs.

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Problems With Ageratum – How To Grow Healthy Ageratums New

Problems With Ageratum – How To Grow Healthy Ageratums

By: Mary Ellen EllisThere are many species of ageratum you can use in the garden. Generally used as annuals, these are also known as floss flowers for their wispy, delicate petals. Height of varieties vary, but most ageratum types grow in low mounds with abundant flowers. They are great in borders, beds, and window boxes and, yet, they do have their problems.

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What Is A Subtropical Climate – Tips On Gardening In The Subtropics New

What Is A Subtropical Climate – Tips On Gardening In The Subtropics

By: Darcy Larum, Landscape DesignerWhen we talk about gardening climates, we often use the terms tropical, subtropical, or temperate zones. Tropical zones, of course, are the warm tropics around the equator where summer-like weather is year-round. Temperate zones are cooler climates with four seasons-– winter, spring, summer, and autumn.

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How potassium affects plants, how much is needed New

How potassium affects plants, how much is needed

Garden plants Published: Last edits: The macronutrient potassium does not perform a building function, like nitrogen, or an engineering function, like phosphorus. However, every plant needs it. Potassium controls the absorption of nutrients from the ground by the roots and their further movement through each plant.

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Cannes New

Cannes

This family includes only one genus, uniting, according to various sources, from twelve to fifty species common on the American continent. Cannes grow on humus soils around water bodies and along rivers, in the mountains and on the plains by the sea. Some species clog landfills and garbage dumps near human habitation.

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Ros Bio - autonomous sewerage systems and gas tanks, sale and installation New

Ros Bio - autonomous sewerage systems and gas tanks, sale and installation

Address: Bukharestskaya st., Building 1, office 710 Phone: +7 (812) 565-33-65 E-mail: [email protected] Website: rosbiospb.ru- Autonomous sewage systems- Biological treatment systems- Gas tanks and heating systems- Sale and installation We offer: Autonomous sewerage systems: To independently choose an autonomous sewerage system for your home among the whole variety of models offered on the market for an uninitiated person is a difficult task, and in case of a wrong decision, it can cause a lot of trouble, the least of which will be an unpleasant smell.

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Currant rejuvenation New

Currant rejuvenation

Imagine a situation: you purchased a summer cottage where the previous owners have already cultivated fruit and berry wealth. Isn't it wonderful? True, currants and gooseberries look like that for 15-20 years, they are affected by diseases and pests, and they give few fruits. And yet, I want to save those old currant or gooseberry varieties, because today it is difficult to find such.

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Full description of the variety of zucchini roller and its cultivation New

Full description of the variety of zucchini roller and its cultivation

Zucchini belongs to one of the most grateful garden vegetables. It is distinguished by its unpretentiousness in cultivation, gives excellent harvests, delighting with its presence in exquisite dishes. Many tend to grow different varieties that ripen in turn. This lean approach allows you to eat healthy vegetables all season long.

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Softened Water And Plants: Using Softened Water For Watering New

Softened Water And Plants: Using Softened Water For Watering

By: Heather RhoadesThere are some areas that have hard water, which has a high amount of minerals in it. Softened water tastes better and is easier to deal with in the house, but what about with your plants in your garden. Is it okay to water plants with softened water?What is Softened Water?Softened water is water that has been treated, normally with sodium or potassium, to help remove minerals from hard water.

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Thuja eastern in room conditions New

Thuja eastern in room conditions

Conifers in pots decorate the room and heal the air in them. yucca elephant; fan palms; the fat woman is silvery and sickle-shaped; laurel noble; ficus; lithops - & 34; live stones & 34; and coniferous crops - thuja, cypress, araucaria, yew, tuevik.

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Growing Desert Gems: Information On Desert Gems Cactus Care New

Growing Desert Gems: Information On Desert Gems Cactus Care

By: Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban AgriculturistGardeners who like fun, bright décor will want to trygrowing Desert Gems. What are Desert Gems cacti? These succulentshave been dressed up in flashy colors. While their colors are not true to theplant, the tones certainly add flair. They come in a host of jewel tones, whichdon’t fade.

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Garlic: useful properties, culture features New

Garlic: useful properties, culture features

An ode to garlic. Part One Another winter with a flu epidemic has once again made us think about using natural remedies, among which garlic is in one of the first places. Garlic is one of the most ancient plants that humans have begun to use to their advantage. Due to its specific features, due to its strong phytoncides, garlic is currently used in the national economy as widely as no other plant.

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The best ways to plant and grow strawberries New

The best ways to plant and grow strawberries

Getting your own sweet, juicy strawberries is not so difficult if you follow the planting and growing rules. There are also some features of care and pest control, diseases about which it is useful to know a novice gardener. The composition of the soil and the choice of the cultivation place play a huge role.

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