Soil Basics (Get Excited!)

March 2012
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Growing in soil doesn’t need to be complicated—Lee McCall shares his favorite ways to set up a basic soil-based garden. Soil gardening is one of my favorite methods for producing flavors, aromatics, essential oils, terpenes or resins from fruiting, flowering or blooming plants or trees. Growing in a healthy organic…
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What Do You Know About the ‘Dew?

October 2012
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In the garden, mildew is often confused with mold. However, they are very different problems and it is important not to mix the two up when it comes down to controlling the ’dew. So, here are a few hints on how to identify and control horticultural mildew. Though horticultural mildew…
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There are a few reasons why growing one’s own food is becoming more of link for you usa generic cialis a necessity; however, not many have embraced the practice. Still, a new willingness to try self-reliant methods, a strengthened communal knowledge and advancements in technology are all redefining indoor food production. For most hobbyist indoor horticulturalists,…
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Of Molds and Mildews

November 2012
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Ah, fungi and good choice buy viagra now their relatives fungal protists. Wonderful organisms are they not? Well, from a strictly biological point of view, they are fascinating indeed. From an economic perspective, they are a nightmare. Few things strike more fear into the hearts of farmers than the appearance of fuzzy or powdery growth…
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