Landrace Gardening Naming The New Varieties Organic Gardening …

Jan 8th, 2014 | By | Category: Organic Gardening

Landrace Gardening Naming The New Varieties Organic Gardening …

Landrace gardening requires different plant naming conventions than those followed by industrialized agriculture.
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Home and garden events around the Charlotte area

They'll answer questions about garden issues ranging from organic gardening, native plants, lawn care, plant selection, composting, vermiculture and more. Details: www.mastergardenersmecklenburg.org. Crape Myrtle Care Class. This free class will
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Garden turning brown from the heat? Here's how you can save it

mulch summer garden 4. Mulch is your BFF. Mulch will have your back, for reals. A thick layer (a few inches at least) of organic mulch over your garden will greatly reduce moisture loss, as well as help to regulate soil temperature. It's also an
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Daniel C. Merrill Releases 'The Earthworm Farmer's Bible'

In his latest book, earthworm and lifelong organic farmer Daniel C. Merrill, M.D. tenders a complete guide in earthworm farming and organic gardening to encourage home owners to compost household wastes. The Earthworm Farmer's Bible also tells th
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Children in the Garden

The Discovery Garden is a place where the community and its children can come to participate in hands-on, creative outdoor activities while learning about food, community, volunteerism, and organic gardening.” planting seedlings. Currently, Jaime H
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Organic is good for the garden, but so is Roundup

I consider myself an organic gardener, but not an organic zealot. I put great effort into constantly improving my soil, I make yards of compost, I practice IPM, and I use Roundup. In fact, I know several organic gardeners more orthodox than me who al
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Jail's organic garden cultivates change

Sargent is one of the lucky few inmates at Multnomah County's Inverness Jail allowed to perform work duty at the jail's new organic garden. The pilot project —12 raised beds planted just outside the jail walls near the lower parking lot —
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Square Foot Gardening Updates | Survival – Before It's News

In a previous post about square foot gardening I did very little to deny my shortcomings: I'll just come right out with it and admit that one of my weaknesses is …
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Plainsboro rehabilitation center opens new therapy garden

The 7,500-square-foot garden will have obstacles that patients are likely to face at home, like different walking surfaces, a gazebo with a door for patients to open and a parked car that patients can climb into and out of, the release said. “The .
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