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RON HAZELTON: Yes sir, there's not much I enjoy more than cooking outdoors.
One of the best natural fertilizers and soil builders is available free. You make it yourself and solve some environmental problems at the same time.
An attempt to build a rotating compost bin
November 30, 2007 12:00 AM Composting can be incredibly simple: Just pile up some food and yard scraps, and turn it with a pitchfork now and then. But if you want to speed up the process and keep it rodent-free, a rotating bin is worth a weekend of labor.
Many plants have natural substances in their roots, flowers, leaves etc. that can alternately repel (anti-feedants) and/or attract insects depending on your needs. In some situations they can also help enhance the growth rate and flavor of other varieties.
You don't need lots of space to grow herbs and vegetables.
Grow in Raised Beds Raised beds are a gardener's dream come true: From weeding to harvesting, in cool climates and waterlogged soils, raised beds remedy a host of problems.
Fall-Harvest Vegetable Garden
Cilantro Offering one of the garden's most distinctive flavors, cilantro creates a zing in every dish it's in.
There are some plants that do well together (companion plants) when they are planted next to each other and there are certain combinations of plants that slows the growth of one or both types of plants. Basically, certain plants love each other and certain plants hate each other.