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The gardening tool that fits like a glove.
The gardening tool that fits like a glove.

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FUNDAMENTAL FACTS ABOUT ORGANIC GARDENING

The main difference between Organic Gardening and conventional gardening is that in organic gardening, no synthetic fertilizers, pesticides or herbicides are used. Unfortunately, this means that more care has to be taken to control and prevent disease, insect infestation and weeds. The soil also needs attention to maintain the minerals and nutrients that give life.

Read more: https://goo.gl/DFmVZu
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Great design for your garden!
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INTERESTING USES OF NATURE’S PLANTS FOR FIRST – AID

Here are 10 little known but Very Effective uses of plants that the Native Americans have developed and used for centuries. Consider it a first aid survival kit straight from Mother Nature.

Read more: https://goo.gl/61BEmZ
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Choose a Spot for Your Feeder That's Visible From Indoors

This way, you can enjoy your backyard birds, but where they won't be unsettled by house traffic, noise, or prowling pets. Because birds need to feel secure when they feed, an ideal spot offers them an unobstructed view and is within six to ten feet of a tree or other high perch, in case a quick escape is needed. Remember that some species will only feed from the ground, so when filling your feeder, scatter a fair amount of seed on the ground as well. If possible, locate more than one feeder in your yard, as some species are territorial and will not share space with others.
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Skip Chemicals

Look into natural ways to control pests and weeds. Not only can chemicals do harm when ingested, they are often indiscriminate killers, wiping out helpful insects along with pests. Increasing the number of plants native to your area is a good step, since they've already developed a resistance to local fauna, but our biggest asset is the creatures you're trying to attract—birds thrive on insects and worms, so let them do their part.
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Give Lawn Tools a Maintenance Check Before Storing

Come winter, wash and thoroughly dry each tool, check wooden-handled ones, and sand away any splinters. Finally, give the clean, dry metal parts a good wipe with a cloth dipped in any kind of fat or oil, including the ordinary salad oil or bacon fat left from breakfast—it will keep rust from forming.
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Deepen Soil Color

What to do with that pile of soot from cleaning your furnace pipes or chimney? Blend it into the soil around roses and lilies and it will deepen their color.
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Honey Badger Garden Gloves customer review in Amazon.com
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