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You may have heard or read that milk is sometimes used to help grow tomatoes–and also squash. Is it a fertilizer? Milk contains calcium (Ca). Calcium is an important plant macronutrient. Milk and Tomato Growing | Harvest to Table
List compiled by Australian Organic Gardening You can make your own organic bug spray from kitchen leftovers! Simply save your onion skins, peels and ends then refrigerate in an empty margarine-sized tub or ziplock bag until the container is full.
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FREE CHICKEN COOP PLANS So you're thinking about building a chicken coop but don't want to spend a fortune oncoop plans and building materials? This was my thought when I built my own coop afew years ago. I've read that the average person spends $300.00 to build their coopand I didn't want to spend that much - I scoured the internet to find free (or cheap)but well made chicken coop designs that I could either build myself or buy.
jaime merritt wrote: i see now what you are referring to when you talk about laminar flow. mine and similar designs get additional draft from the vertical, thin walled, chimney. running the gasses through a long run in a thermal mass causes too rapid cooling and loss of draft. is this correct? i like the tea stump! very cool. i haven't seen to many designs for a rmh with a more vertical mass (think masonry heaters), it seems to me that if that configuration works well it would be easier to fit into a retrofit/remodel situation. my next project is a rocket water heater for a hot tub. ill post that in another thread. cheers. Jaime. Exactly. A woodstove or non-thermal-mass stove just has a vertical chimney. smallest rocket mass heater (wood burning stoves forum at permies)
Quite the clever gardening tip here folks! Today’s feature includes tips from three different sources for growing potatoes vertically (in layers) instead of spread out in rows across your garden. If you have limited garden space or want to try some nifty gardening magic, this could be a great option for you.
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How to make garden soil Acidic - Tips & Techniques Forum Return to the Tips & Techniques Forum | Post a Follow-Up Posted by bencelest 10 SalinasCalif (My Page) on Sat, Mar 13, 04 at 8:50 Follow-Up Postings:Posted by mid_tn_mama 6 (My Page) on Sat, Mar 13, 04 at 9:53
Making Soil Acidic: Tips For How To Make Soil Acidic By Heather Rhoades For gardeners growing an acid loving plant, like blue hydrangea or azalea, learning how to make soil acidic is important to its overall health. If you do not already live in an area where the soil is acidic, making soil acidic will involve adding products that lower the soil pH. Soil pH measures the alkalinity or acidity levels, which range from 0-14 on the pH scale.
Question: How Can I Make My Soil More Acidic? Answer: Some trees and shrubs require acidic soil pH (below 7.0) or they will develop iron chlorosis. Making Soil Acidic - How Can I Make My Soil More Acidic?
Πληροφορίες για το pH του εδάφους
Οι τιμές ph του γόνιμου εδάφους | ΦΤΙΑΧΝΩ ΜΟΝΟΣ ΜΟΥ Η τιμή ph είναι ένα μέτρο μέτρησης της συγκέντρωση ιόντων του υδρογόνου (H). Ο βαθμός της οξύτητας ή της αλκαλικότητας (επίπεδο pH) στο έδαφος του κήπου σας, υπολογίζεται χρησιμοποιώντας μια λογαριθμική κλίμακα. Αυτό σημαίνει ότι για μια μείωση του pH του ενός, το επίπεδο της οξύτητας αυξάνεται με συντελεστή 10. Αυτή είναι μια αντίστροφη κλίμακα, πράγμα που σημαίνει: όξινο pH του εδάφους = χαμηλό pH, υψηλή συγκέντρωση σε ιόντα υδρογόνου (pH 6,9 ή και λιγότερο) αλκαλικό pH του εδάφους = υψηλό pH, χαμηλή συγκέντρωση ιόντων υδρογόνου (pH 7,1 ή μεγαλύτερο) Τα περισσότερα εδάφη έχουν τιμές pH μεταξύ 3,5 και 10.
How to Garden! Basics Watering is one of the most important factors when gardening; plants are made up of 95% water! New hobbyists tend to over water their plants while the more experienced tend to underwater; two simple ways to kill your plants. A simple way to test your water levels is to stick your finger into the soil. If it’s still moist then leave it alone, if not then water. Always use warm water, not cold.
Coffee grinds for plants in your garden Garden Soil Additive As you would expect, coffee grinds are acidic with a pH level of about 4.0. So for plants that prefer more acidic soil content, like azaleas and tomatoes, coffee grounds make a great additive to the soil. Obviously, be careful to not add large concentrations of coffee grounds to plants that are highly sensitive to acidic levels. In general, mixing coffee grounds with garden soil for a topping layer in gardens is an excellent way to add organic matter to your fertilizer mix.
How To Make Soil Acidic for Plants
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