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They’re succulent, they’re full of flavor – with the correct knowledge, growing them can be incredibly simple. Hydroponic tomatoes are not only more efficient in their use of water and nutrients, but they can also help eliminate the vast majority of pest, disease, and climate-related issues.  Explore the art of selecting varieties, mastering planting, and …

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Hey! Want to hear a secret? If yes, find yourself a pen and paper and take a seat. It’s crucial not to miss or forget anything we’re about to reveal. Are you ready? Well then, let’s get to it! So, we’ve just realized that most gardeners aren’t aware of the fact that you can save …

Read More about Do You Really Need a Compost Starter? What To Use & When

All of us should be engaged in the practice of creating compost at home. Composting avoids the issues associated with food waste and gives you a very useful material to maintain fertility in your garden. If you are new to composting, it may seem complicated. But in reality, dealing with and avoiding compost problems could …

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Do you notice maggots in your compost bin? Most likely, it’s not the sight you’re hoping for when you first open the lid in the morning. Though they’re undeniably disgusting, the good news is that it’s easy to get rid of maggots once they’ve invaded your compost – and to prevent them from ever returning.  …

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When we compost at home, our aim is typically to establish conditions conducive to aerobic composting. Essentially, we need to ensure that there is sufficient oxygen integrated into the mix. We can achieve this by turning the mix regularly by hand, by using a compost tumblers, or simply by composing a composting system in such …

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Cardboard, it’s likely omnipresent in your household. Whether it’s within egg holders or Amazon Prime shipment boxes, you probably have more cardboard than you’re sure how to handle. Can cardboard be composted? Cardboard is a great source of carbon for compost, and most types can be composted, especially if broken down or shredded first. Soaking …

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Perhaps you’ve heard of the Chinese Perfume Plant, which is often referred to by its scientific name, Aglaia Odorata. Its moniker refers to the plant’s sweet smell, and in fact, its dried flowers can be used in perfumes. Although the Aglaia Odorata is native to Southeast Asia, you can grow your own Chinese Perfume Plant …

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Succulents are among the earth’s most stunning plants. The Trachyandra Tortilis, a rare and distinctive plant, is an elegant example of this. Its origin is traced back to Madagascar and South Africa. Its longevity is the most distinctive feature of the Trachyandra Tortilis. Trachyandra Tortilis is often displayed in homes, offices, and succulent collections.  This …

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The usage of banana peel as fertilizer, which is a do-it-yourself gardening trick, has witnessed increased acclaim on various social media platforms. The idea is that when you soak banana peels in water, the nutrients from the peels concentrate in the water, making a rich fertilizer tea. But, does banana peel fertilizer actually work? In …

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The allure of the Haworthia Cooperi lies in its broad range of shapes and sizes. You can have two Haworthias in your home, and many of your visitors won’t even realize that they are the same species of plant. There’s so much variation within the species. Originating in South Africa, the Haworthia Cooperi are a …

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