Fish Fertilizer For Plants | How to choose and use on houseplants

Fish Fertilizer For Plants | How to choose and use on houseplants

Fish fertilizers are not new to the market. Centuries ago, when we do not have soil research techniques. The native American farmers develop fish fertilizers. They use dead fish in their farms to increase the fertility of the soil. They use it as a soil amendment....
Maggots in Compost – Good or Bad

Maggots in Compost – Good or Bad

Maggots in compost are common and harmless. In fact, they are useful because they speed up the compost making process. Maggots break down the food waste at a faster rate and you get ready to use compost in a short time. Their negative effect is they eat some of the...
Pine bark mulch – Ultimate User Guide

Pine bark mulch – Ultimate User Guide

Pine bark mulch saves your garden plants in winter by protecting them from extreme cold weather. It also helps your garden plants to produce 50% more flowers, vegetables, and herbs. Pine mulch keeps the soil temperature low in the summer season. Also, keep the soil...
Composted Chicken Manure and its Uses in Your Garden

Composted Chicken Manure and its Uses in Your Garden

Gardeners raise chickens not only for eggs they also use chicken waste as a soil booster. You can convert chicken waste into highly nutritional Chicken manure. Chickens also keep your garden clean and healthy because they eat all pests and give you manure. If you...
How to sterilize potting soil and Reuse it

How to sterilize potting soil and Reuse it

The main problem in gardening is not having the best soil to sow seeds. but what if I tell you that you can use your old potting soil or any soil for growing plants. To use any garden soil all you need to do is sterilize the soil before use. The question is how to...
Cow Manure : Its Benefits and Uses

Cow Manure : Its Benefits and Uses

Professional gardeners know the benefits of using cow manure for growing plants. Manure is 100% organic and is free of pathogens. This old age practice can solve your soil-related problems and put new life into your overworked soil. In this post, you’ll know how you...