What tips do you have for organic gardening?
I try to garden without any chemicals added. What tips do you have? Especially in regards to pest control?
I love the book Secrets of Companion planting. I’ve never used any chemicals, but thats probably why I spend at least a hour a day in my gardens pulling weeds. Composting is another great thing (and I have horses!)
gardening tips please starting a veggie garden?
i have sand where i live iam looking for some gardening tips to help with the process gonna get some good dirt but other then that haven’t had a garden garden before iam growing carrots tomatoes asparagus and i don’t know for the last one anyone have any ideas or helpful tips for a newbie please share thank you
Since you have so much sand where you live it would probably be best to create some raised beds for you vegetable garden. They don’t need to be very high, but at least six inches. Fill the beds with a mixture of potting soil and organic compost, this mixture can be anywhere from 1/3 to 1/2 compost. You may also want to get some vegetable fertilizer or something called compost tea, ask at a local nursery which would be best for you.
Another tip is that wherever you are planting tomatoes you should also plant marigolds right alongside them to repel nematodes which will destroy your tomato plants roots. Also planting nasturtiums along the edges of a vegetable garden may help to deter whitefly.
What are some good plants to put in a garden if you live in North Texas?
I wanted to know mainly what vegetables would be good to plant, but if you have an idea of what some good plants to plant in the front yard I don’t have a problem hearing about that to. And any gardening tips would be helpful. Thanks a million!
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