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Washington, DC - As the newest innovation in geological agriculture, “To Soil Less” has been hailed as nothing less than revolutionary. The new method, “To Soil Less” uses gravel and sand to encourage the growth of vegetation and flora in drought like...
Despite its irreverent title, there's much sense to Christy Wilhelmi's charming new book, "Gardening for Geeks: DIY Tests, Gadgets and Techniques That Utilize Microbiology, Mathematics and Ecology to Exponentially Maximize the Yield of Your Garden."...
I recently read a publication that stated “pulse crops add 40 pounds of nitrogen to the soil.” The statement was referring to the fertilizer N-credit that can be taken by producers for the crop after an annual legume or pulse crop. In other words if you...
Michelle Wong tried to hold back the tears after learning that her landlady had ripped out the goji berry planted in the backyard of her apartment in Koreatown. The shrub was head-high and starting to put out little purple and white flowers where the...
Help the Nurture Nature Center of Easton kick off its newest project. It's building a demonstration rooftop garden on the center's flat roof that will show how to manage water runoff and grow food in a small space. The center, started to study...
Occupational licenses issued recently by county and municipal governments in Central Florida; data collected by Market Force Corp. of Newtown Square, Pa. Osceola Ackley Florida Property Management, property management, 105 Green Cove Court, Kissimmee,...
Akron Beacon JournalWhen Joel Karsten was growing up on a farm in Minnesota, he noticed how lushly weeds grew from rotting bales of straw. That made him wonder: If straw worked so well for growing weeds, wouldn't it work just as well for vegetables? Karsten's question...
Backyard or back patio, it's time to get planting, no matter where you live. The number of American households engaging in do-it-yourself lawn and garden activities rose by more than 3 million in recent years, the National Gardening Association's National...
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Tom's Digs - Orlando SentinelHello Gardening Friends – We are moving to a new Orlando Sentinel location. You can find our new Tom’s digs posts at http://www.orlandosentinel.com/features/blogs/toms-digs/ Check it out today and for future gardening information. In the...
So, is winter ever going to leave us? I feel so bad for all the birds that are migrating back to this yucky weather. Today I noticed my song sparrows are back and juncos are migrating through the area. I threw out a scoop of thistle and sunflower seeds...
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In my Spreecast with organic gardener Christy Wilhelmi, author of the new book "Gardening for Geeks," I learned a lot: that white mildew can be treated with lactic acid, that you should never buy tall vegetable seedlings at the nursery and that...
NEWPORT BEACH — Chanelle Sladics posed a question to second- and third-graders at Newport Elementary School Thursday morning. "Are you guys excited to plant some seeds?" Sladics, the pro snowboarder, asked the kids. "Yes," the 23 Newport El...
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