Friday, 24 May 2019
Author: Virginia C. Cavanaugh

Coffee Grounds: A Compost or Hazard?

We enjoy the company of coffee in the morning on a daily basis. The morning doesn’t start unless we’ve had a cup of coffee in our system, making us coffee lovers properly function. Coffee has become a daily necessity for some people, and due to this, coffee is used in many other products such as […]

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How to Cultivate and Harvest Chamomile

One of the most natural herbs to grow is Chamomiles. They are among the herbs who self-seeds every year and fortunately, they also act as hosts for insects that are beneficial. Since it is one of their nature to self-cultivate themselves, this can be a problem since they tend to grow liberally everywhere which makes […]

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Epsom Salts: Fact versus Myth

Whenever the season of spring comes, every social media platform usually gets flooded with articles and blogs that suggest the use of Epsom Salts to improve your lawn and garden. These posts compel you to believe that Epsom Salts can significantly help your garden have bigger blooms, better germination, bushier shrubs, greener grasses, and even […]

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Tips to Learn How to Grow Peonies

Peonies are one of the most wonderful flowers, which bloom during spring time and bring color to any garden. Peonies are under the Paeonia class, in the Paeoniaceae family, which are native to Asia, North America and Europe. There are almost 33 distinguished types and are one of the most well-known flowering shrubs that grows […]

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Organic Soil and Certified Organic Soil

There is no doubt about the capabilities of organic soil and what it could do. But having a certified organic soil is different than the organic soil that most people think about, as there is a thin line that separates these two. As we progress towards modernization, there is also an increase in demand for […]

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Five Reasons Organic Farming Is Essential

In the past decades, researches that focused on the comparison of conventional, GMOs, and organic agriculture have been conducted to assess its effect on the aspect of economics, agriculture, and nutrition. Organic agriculture does not only concern itself with the absence of toxic chemicals in the production of food, but it also forwards the practice […]

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