Three Natural Products That Make Great Fertilizers


If you are trying to grow your crops as organically and naturally as possible, then you will want to stay away from most conventional fertilizers and opt for all-natural options instead. There are pre-formulated organic fertilizers on the market, and these can be a good choice for some people. But another route is to apply only simple, limited-ingredient products. Here are three natural products that are nutrient-dense and will really help your plants thrive.

18 March 2018

Provide A Safe Place For Your Toddler To Play Outdoors


Add sod, playground equipment, and patio furniture to a fenced in portion of your home's property by completing the steps below. Once you have completed the project, your toddler will be provided with a safe place to play and you can enjoy watching them while relaxing inside of the enclosure. Materials rake large shovel wheelbarrow topsoil  measuring tape rolls of sod water hose swing set lawn chairs lounge chair table portable radio Remove Rocks And Twigs And Level The Ground

29 December 2016

2 Types Of Hydroponic Systems To Consider


A hydroponic garden is often one of the best ways to grow your own produce if you have limited land or are located in an urban area, mostly because the hydroponic garden does not need any soil to function. Instead of soil, hydroponic gardens will often have the plants resting on a bed of perlite or gravel while a nutrient solution is transferred to the root system of those plants via water.

28 September 2016

Understanding Lavender Plants As A Gift Choice


When looking for unique or lasting gifts, many people overlook the benefits of things like flowering plants. They are long-lasting and can even enhance landscaping. Lavender plants produce delicate flowers that consist of many small purple florets with a thin stem. The fragrance is often associated with calming effects, and the flowers have an elegant beauty. Here are some of the things you should know about lavender before you decide to give it as a gift.

20 June 2016

Mowing Your Lawn: Dos And Don'ts For Beginners


When you become a homeowner, one potentially new responsibility that you'll have is that of caring for a lawn. Specifically, you'll need to make sure your lawn stays mowed, seeded, fertilized, and otherwise cared for. In some municipalities, you could actually be fined if you let your grass grow too long! If you're new to having a lawn to care for, there are some basic dos and don'ts that you should keep in mind when it comes to mowing.

13 January 2016

4 Tips For Using Prescription Medicines

Health & Medical Blog

If you have any kind of condition or need that involves you purchasing prescription medicine on a regular basis, you'll need to follow some tips that will help you out. There are a lot of things that you need to keep in mind, so that you are able to make the most out of the process. When this is what you need, this guide will be an excellent resource to point you in the right direction.

19 February 2015

Important Steps For A Beautiful Summer Lawn


Spring is coming, but is your front yard ready? Do you know what to do to make sure that your lawn looks beautiful all summer long? Here are some steps to ensure that your lawn grows in looking beautiful and healthy: Remove debris: If you live where it's cold, snow has probably knocked down several sticks, branches, nuts and other debris that weren't there last autumn. Before the ground thaws completely, pick up all this organic waste.

29 January 2015

4 Tips For Starting A Wildflower Garden


If you have a large area in your backyard for planting, you can start a wildflower garden. This will include flowers that provide a natural appearance to your yard, with a plethora of colors. They also attract insects and flying creatures that provide an amazing experience every time you walk outside. Here are some tips for starting a wildflower garden: Plant in the Spring, but Prepare in the Fall The best time to plant a wildflower garden is in the spring, which gives them plenty of time to set their seed and become established.

16 December 2014

Farm Safety And Propane--All Your Burning Questions Answered


Around the farm, there are many uses for propane gas, from grain drying to equipment fueling to building heating. A 2014 study by the Propane Education & Research Council shows that 40 percent of farms in the US use propane in one way or another. And farmers are continuing to find new ways to use it. With the growing popularity of propane as a source of fuel, it makes sense to educate those who use it--particularly those in the agricultural industry--regarding its basic properties and safety protocols.

11 December 2014