Summer Squash says summer! Squash is fast and easy to grow in a wide range of climates and soils with so many varieties to choose from. Yellow straight and crooked necks. Greens ranging from dark to striped to a pale green. Ovals, flying saucers, scalloped round and yet all of them are delicious! Squash loves sunny locations wit fertile well drained soil. Summer squash prefers and produces better in soil with a...
How to use Bt (Bacillus Thuringiensis). This organic product is great for the control of corn earworms, Tomato hornworms and many other garden pest.
How to Compost Chicken Manure
With a few simple steps and a couple of months time you can turn chicken manure into black gold for growing your vegetables.
When to Harvest Sweet Onions
There are a couple of signs to look for when your sweet bulb onions are ready to harvest. First the tops start to brown. Once they topple over and necks are thin it's time to pull.
Garden Composting Dos and Don'ts
Things you should do and shouldn't do when composting
Pruning Indeterminate Tomato Plants
Pruning tomato plants will increase the size of each tomato, create a more maintained plant on trellis or stakes and allow air flow to help decrease disease.
How to Plant in Soil With a Lot of Clay
Amending Clay Soil for Organic Gardens Http://www.alisorganics.com - Clay soils hold moisture well It holds nutrients better than any other types of soil, but in order for your garden to thrive you will need to amend, amend and amend. Plants need oxygen and good drainage to prevent disease and encourage growth. Always add compost to your soils, but to help break clay up add perlite. Perlite is very lightweight and is great for drainage. Add about 4 cubic feet for every 75 square foot. Perlite will last for years in the soil. Peat moss or coconut coir is another good choice to add to dirt. In the fall time add fallen leaves and till in to add tilth. Never walk on your beds,