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Day: April 18, 2018

Green trends in gardening

April 18, 2018

More and more gardeners are concerned about ecology. Here are some of the new trends that come to the rescue of Mother Earth. According to Tim Amos, professor of horticulture at the Nova Scotia Community College in Kentville, NS, “People are becoming more and more concerned about the environment. They treat the soil properly, choose plants that […]

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Outside, fur predators!

April 18, 2018

They are adorable. We would like to cuddle them. But they come to bake in your lettuce plants. Hunting them is not easy. Here are some tips that can help you. The last thing you need is furry animals that come to ravage the garden to which you have put so much effort. Here are some tactics that might make […]

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Grow your green thumb

April 18, 2018

The beautiful season rings the call of the garden – and the fight and the fight against insect pests. Instead of taking out the heavy and polluting artillery of insecticides, use gentle methods. Pick up caterpillars and beetles by hand and throw them in a bucket of soapy water. Spread a tarpaulin under the infested trees or […]

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Gardening for birds and butterflies

April 18, 2018

 As wild habitats are increasingly threatened by urban construction, birds and butterflies are becoming dependent on the space provided by gardeners. Here are some basic principles that will allow you to create an oasis in your garden. Avoid pesticides Although pesticides are often specific, that is, they are intended to fight a particular insect, they can […]

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Create the garden of your dreams

April 18, 2018

Transform your garden into a flowery oasis: know how to choose, plant and care for your plants. Choose the right species Professional gardeners know that unless you choose plants that are right for your garden, you will not be successful, no matter how bad you are. This truth applies to perennials, but also to annuals that […]

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The urban gardener’s guide

April 18, 2018

Is your yard tiny or nonexistent? It does not matter: the techniques that we propose here will allow you to put a little greenery in your outdoor space. Even if you live in a high-rise building and do not have access to any piece of land, you can still grow potted plants or hanging baskets. Potted […]

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8 autumn jobs for lazy gardener

April 18, 2018

When it starts to get chilly and the rain sets in, gardening loses much of its appeal. However, if you do some maintenance work in the fall, you will save a lot of time in the spring and help your garden survive the winter. Improve your lawn Save next year’s maintenance costs by fertilizing and reseeding […]

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Second White Revolution

April 18, 2018

Second White Revolution: Changing Paradigm of Dairying from Subsidiary to Mainstream Occupation Abstract Since fifteen years, India has continued to be the highest milk producing nation in the world. This was all possible due to white revolution which turned India from a milk deficit country to a sufficient one. But the thing that starts has […]

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4 ways to see a garden

April 18, 2018

The garden provides food and flowers and brings happiness to those who cultivate or walk around. It also allows us to commune with nature in a way that is very personal to us. Here are four, designed by gardeners from New York, Berkeley, Paris and Kyoto; each plays a special role and allows those who visit it to […]

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My potted garden

April 18, 2018

Winter and gardening seem incompatible? Why not put yourself in indoor gardening? The culture containing it is within the reach of everyone. There is no need to pass the rototiller, weed or lift excessively heavy weights. No need for a large lot either: a solarium, or a simple window sill will do. This type of gardening allows you to use […]

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5 myths about bees

April 18, 2018

There are nearly 20,000 known species of bees. Most do not fit our idea of ​​this insect. Some even move away from the archetypes we associate with bees. Discover some of the most common myths about bees and see how to correct them. There are big differences between the breeds of bees. Here are some facts you may not […]

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Gardening with better pruners

April 18, 2018

All the pruners look great on the shelves, but how do they behave at home? Steve Maxwell, Casa GURU’s great home improvement manitou, has reviewed some gardening tools to get rid of brush and the poorer tools on your shopping list. Pruning hedges It is important to cut off unnecessary branches and twigs if you want […]

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The layout of a vegetable garden in 6 steps

April 18, 2018

Developing a vegetable garden takes a lot of work, but these efforts are always rewarded. You will harvest tasty and healthy vegetables for your family and protect the environment by supporting local agricultural production. Here’s a quick start guide to starting your kitchen garden. Grow your own vegetables You plowed a gardening area, fertilized the soil with […]

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