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spider mites on plants: what to do?

Spider mites are among the common pests found in both outdoor plants and houseplants. Spider mite damage not only makes any plant look unattractive, but it can also kill the plant eventually. It is highly recommended that a spider mite treatment is used on an affected plant to keep it at its healthiest. If you […]

is well water good for plants?

If you are living in an industrial or agricultural area, the water source is among the important things to consider. This is necessary especially if you are trying to grow plants for personal consumption or business. You want to make sure that your plants and crops will grow healthy, strong, and will look perfect. You […]

straw bale gardening: what you need to know

Some people live in areas with soil that consists of sand or heavy clay. This type of soil can be amended but creating loamy soil will take a lot of work. Raised garden beds can be an option. For example, you can build a raised bed vegetable garden by piling up stones or boards into […]

how to add compost to soil

Many are confused with getting the most out of their compost. Yes, many know that it is good for your garden. But not everyone knows how they can use it properly that will benefit all plants in the garden and the right time to use it. This is where we can help you. We created […]

how do I get rid of little bugs on my hibiscus?

If you can identify the pest on your hibiscus plant, it will be easier to protect this flower from unwanted guests. These pests can cause significant damage to your plants, so you need to remove them immediately. bugs and insects that usually infest hibiscus flowers Some of the most common insects that infest hibiscus or […]

Dawn dish soap insecticide recipe, does it work?

Spider mites, aphids, whiteflies, and various soft-bodied pests are among the common insects that can make great damage to your garden. Though there are a lot of insecticides and fogs that you can use to kill garden pests on contact, most of these contain chemicals that you cannot use on plants. One of the go-to […]

gardening cleanup tips

Spring is here, so it’s time to clean your garden. You want to remove all the autumn leaves, spent perennial stems, and dead plants collected in your garden or flower bed as soon as possible, but don’t bolt outside with your favorite rake and clippers right away. There are a few things that you need […]

tomato companion plants

If you are growing a vegetable garden, one way to make your plants thrive is by trying companion planting. This is focused on attracting beneficial insects or the natural predators of garden pest species like caterpillars and aphids. It also encourages growth and improves the overall health of plants. It balances making the most out […]

best raised bed gardening book to guide you in building garden beds

Raised bed vegetable gardening is an interactive and fun way of connecting with all the food you eat. Starting from sowing small seeds and watching these plants form stems as well as leaves while they grow into mature plants. Though this form of gardening can be simple, there are still a lot of things that […]

things to keep in mind during late summer gardening

Late summer tends to make vegetable gardeners feel drained by all the watering and weeding routine and are ready to put a rest to the garden. It is believed that some of the most productive gardens happen in fall because gardeners tend to plant vegetables in late summer and these all grow in the cool […]

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