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Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Frost Dates

Frost Dates

As a beginner gardener, the term frost dates is often heard or seen. Every seed catalog or website you come across will have these two terms first frost date and last frost date. These terms are essential for gardeners. Misinterpret or neglect this information, and you run the risk of reduced or decreased harvest, stuntedContinue reading “Simple (But Important) Things To Remember About Frost Dates”

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Mushroom Blocks

Mushroom Blocks

Most medicinal and gourmet mushrooms are grown on mushroom blocks. Nowadays more and more people are realizing the power of mushrooms. That means there are more people than ever growing these mushrooms. Dope, I know! The medicinal and gourmet mushroom industry has more than doubled in the past 5 years.  What are mushroom blocks? Mushrooms blocks are madeContinue reading “Mushroom Blocks”

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Fertilizers: How To Use Them On Seedlings and Plant Starts

How To Use Fertilizers

So, you have planted your own seeds and they have sprouted. Now what? Seedlings are no different than their fully grown counterparts, they need to fertilizers just the same.   When it comes to seedlings, you should begin fertilizing as soon as they have their first set of true leaves. What are true leaves?  When seedlings sprout,Continue reading “Fertilizers: How To Use Them On Seedlings and Plant Starts”

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Flowers for Bees

flowers for bees

There are a lot of pollinators in the world, but the most efficient and well known are bees. Bees and other pollinators are the backbones of our food system. They carry pollen from one plant to another, fertilizing the plants, making them capable of producing fruits, vegetables, and seeds. Creating an oasis of pollinator-friendly plants helps theContinue reading “Flowers for Bees”

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