Harvesting and using seaweed fertilizer or pond weed as a soil amendment in your fruit and vegetable garden has many benefits: It increases fruit and vegetable production.
We have enough in our landfills already. Composting grass is so easy, and it’s a great way to feed your soil and ultimately your plants.
In Building Soils Naturally, Phil Nauta’s (a.k.a the Smiling Gardener) builds a case for the idea that the secret to having healthy plants is “great” soil. Then he explains how to make great soil. READ BOOK REVIEW >>
There are dozens of soil building techniques you can use to start an organic garden. I’ve tried most of them, and in my view, these three are the most important to take care of first …
Using fish water for plants is an unusual, smart and easy way to make fast acting fertilizer for the home garden. Fish water makes great fertilizer!
The deep litter method works by making compost right in the chicken coop. The promise of deep litter is you can keep your chickens healthier, happier and almost eliminate the choir of coop cleaning. Learn more about this interesting approach.