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Jeff Lowenfels, the author of Teaming with Nutrients and Teaming with Microbes, has delivered his 3rd book in the Teaming trilogy series, Teaming with Fungi. It's a very...

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This week I appeared on the The Vegetable Gardening Show, talking about growing tomatoes, getting started in organic gardening, why I started writing Big Blog of Gardening,...

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Starting from October 2017 or by agreement, we seek an editor 80 to 100 % to produce and edit...
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Organic lawn care includes a quality lawn mower with sharp blades to pulverize grass clippings which feed the lawn and reduce thatch. Continue reading →
Use a High...

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I was asked to review the fabric pots from Jardisac, and I must say, I'm impressed. Continue reading →

Jardisac Fabric Plant Pot Review

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Chamomile may be the easiest herb on earth to grow. Most herbs are pretty simple - plant, prune, contain. Chamomile, with its delicate, apple-like aroma, self-seeds year after...

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3rd edition: 15-17 November 2017, Brussels
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Soil compaction is a global threat to soil ecosystem services, causing tremendous costs to society. The costs of soil compaction are borne by the cumulative loss of soil functionality (e.g. yield loss) following a compaction event until the soil has functionally recovered. Although soil compaction is relatively widely studied, there is a lack of reliable observations and metrics for soil structure recovery rates after compaction.
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The idea behind the Green Stalk Vertical Gardening System is to minimize watering and provide a large enough vertical garden to grow a wide variety of flowers, fruits and...

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Currently, agriculture accounts for approximately 9% of total US greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions. By varying diet formulation and the associated crop production to supply the diet, farmers can affect the quantity of GHG emissions of various feeding systems. Therefore, researchers have created a study to compare the effects of feeding strategies and the associated crop hectares on GHG emissions of Wisconsin certified organic dairy farms.
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