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There are different types of organic fertilizers so if you are planning to grow an organic garden and have your own fresh produce you need to be familiar with the following types and see for yourself which among this fertilizer are good for your garden.

https://youtu.be/kNM2QCp5Mb0

#TypesOfOrganicFertilizers

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There is nothing more satisfying as growing your own vegetables and eating them fresh right out of the garden. Almost any veggie you can grow in the ground, you can grow in a container, Even if your gardening space is limited to container plants, you can still harvest fresh vegetables.
Most vegetables you would ordinarily grow in a small yard, #veggiegarden will grow fine in containers, first determine whether you want raised beds, containers, or a traditional row garden.
Everyone loves growing their own vegetables and eating them fresh.

https://youtu.be/KM0P_Vnyas8

#VeggieGardenDesignIdeas

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Beets are an easy to grow, hardy, long season crop. Almost every part of the plant can be eaten and used medicinally. They tolerate heat well, but prefer cooler climates, and can withstand frost. The taproots can be stored long term and can even be pickled, which is a great way to store food. How you can even make a PROFIT off of the crops, besides the hundreds you'll save on your monthly grocery bill. 3 ways to force your crops to grow stronger, healthier, and faster than ever https://youtu.be/DtoV0qUyEG4


#HowToGrowBeetsformSeed

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PITURI – RELAXATION HERB OF CENTRAL AUSTRALIA
In the sun-baked ‘Red Centre’ of Australia, the local indigenous people use a narcotic plant to endure the heat, shortages of water and other hardships. Leaves are ground up and mixed with wood ash, then chewed in much the same way South American Indians chew coca leaves.

The plant is called pituri and it’s a member of the tobacco family. But its chemical make-up is different to conventional tobacco and the Aborigines who chew it say it relaxes them and gives a feeling of general well being. 
My upcoming novel SORRY TIME features a pituri-chewing Aboriginal elder who was blinded in the British A-bomb tests in the 1950s. Look out for SORRY TIME at your book store or online from early 2017. Meanwhile, you can check out this YouTube clip showing a research trip I took to central Australia for SORRY TIME: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gc2fdwjw1Go

And here’s a very good story from The Australian newspaper about pituri and its use by desert Aborigines: https://www.google.com.au/search?q=pituri+plant&biw=1012&bih=499&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwj-w8XN5-zNAhUY82MKHTqlBxEQ_AUIBigB#imgrc=VjV76SRR_rT2OM%3A
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