Vegetable gardening is both an art and a science. Figuring out when and where to plant the vegetables, what pests to look out for, when to harvest, and all the other fine details could be enough to make anyone dizzy. Luckily, there's this infographic with all the info.
A continuous, sustainable supply of garden seeds — no harvesting, storing or replanting required? Oh yes, we're for real! Some crops produce seeds so readily that as long as you give them time to flower, mature and set seed, you'll always have free plants growing in your garden. Check out 34 self-seeding herbs, veggies and flowers and how to manage them:
Bay Net Instant Organic Garden: Tomato Tips Bay Net There are two other considerations – bush/determinant vs. indeterminate and heirloom vs. modern plants. Bush plants grow only so tall and then stop growing.
What can you do with a city yard so compact you can reach out and touch your neighbors? How about borders thick with irresistible roses and flowering perennials? Why not consider a deck, perfect for living in the garden and watching the world go by? What about a pond large enough for a growing family of goldfish as well as plenty of aquatic plants?
The St. Clair Superior Development Corp. in Cleveland has organized a sheep-grazing experiment along the Cleveland lakefront to show that the woolly creates can help save money on land management by clipping and eating grass.
Natural tips to keep gardeners healthy Ellwood City Ledger More than 41,200 people across the nation were injured in 2012 while working in their gardens, reports the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission.
First a thumbnail sketch of aquaponics (AQ) in general and as practiced in the above pictured greenhouse. AQ is the process of growing plants in water like hydroponics but the fertilizer is (mostly) provided by fish who live in the water used to flood the plants. It is, at it’s heart, a symbiotic relationship wherein the plants feed from the fishes’ effluent which cleans the water that is returned to the fish who then, frankly, shit in it again. Fish gotta do what fish gotta do. The good news is that fish poo is just about the best poo you can use for plant food.
Bitponics' automated gardening assistant could make urban farming viable in Asia Tech in Asia Are there plans to expand the role of the Bitponics system to include aquaponics automation? If so, what do you foresee as technical challenges?
From our original post on aquaponics to our coverage of Milwaukee’s proposed Urban Aquaculture Center, the community focused Growing Power farm or Backyard Aquaponics Magazine, the concept of integrating fish farming with hydroponics in a mutually...
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