Soil is at the base of any beautiful garden. Take care of the soil and the soil will take care of your plants, flowers, and vegetables.
But why are they in your compost bin and are there ways to get rid of them? Can you get rid of them? Let’s find out.
We will explain everything you need to know about garden soil mixers, how to use them and how to choose the right one for your garden.
If you have noticed these little critters in your soil, there’s no need to panic just yet. There are ways you can get rid of them and save your plant.
It’s best to apply bone meal according to the square footage you are looking to cover. In this guide, we’ll give you the right figures to make sure you don’t add too much or too little of this effective fertilizer.
Many parents like to get their children involved in planting and gardening and often want to know if playing in potting soil is safe.
Sterilizing the soil can be accomplished through heat processes such as an oven, microwave, steaming, and boiling water. Learn more here.
Want to make sure your gardening habits are ecofriendly? Click here to see why you should consider peat free compost.
Organic household gardeners have their own way of doing things. Find out what’s their primary approach when it comes to using lime.
Some claim that lime is perfectly safe to use while others argue against its use. What’s the real truth? Find out today.
Using coco peat for your plants is not the perfect solution. Here are 6 points that might change your mind.
We have a winner. But, before you decide, go through our complete guide to see a few crucial things that helped us choose when comparing rice hulls vs. perlite.
If you have noticed some of these signs, you can be sure that your potting soil has gone bad. Here is how you can prevent this or fix your soil quickly.
We are here to help you better understand fertilizers. Find out how long does granular fertilizer lasts and a few specific tips for applying this type of fertilizer.
When you put down new sod, there are two essential things. First, new sod needs food and water. Here is how to do it correctly.