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got an allotment in may and want to be a no dig and fully organic gardener,have been reading obout companion planting, putting potatoes in with cabbage,beans
I have planted ring guard plant in pot on my terrece.it has started growing and some guard are growing but they are dying very small.not growing big.
What to use and how to make organic garden fertilizers and soil amendments. Homemade or bought, these are the best fertilisers for vegetable growing.
Gardening is sublime, especially growing your own vegetables in no dig gardens. Gardening without digging or tilling is organic, low maintenance and deeply satisfying.
What do you think of Rockdust to condition soil? For several years now, I have been applying Rockdust to my soil, for both vegetable and ornamental plant
I just made my lasagna patch. Wet newspaper then wood chips from tree stump then grass clippings that have set most of summer...then repeated this brown
Why doesn't my sweetmeat squash taste sweet? It grew beautifully and prolifically but it isn't sweet.
Is it possible to leave eggplant plants in the ground over winter if I cut them back to one foot above ground and expect then to produce next summer?
i have started terrace organic gardening. my newly planted veg plant has some diseases. please let me know the remedy.
We planted pumpkin, hubbard, spagetti, zukinni and acorn squash this Spring and there was no viable harvest. The plants continued flowering until September,
why do my garden peas have weak thin stems?
I have several varieties of winter squash growing, butternut, acorn, delicata, and spaghetti. The plants are all doing well, except that 1) they are not