Plants need phosphorus during all stages of their growth, especially during the early stages of growth, and flowering and fruiting.
Soil Solarization: How to Use Solar Energy to Get Rid of Disease and Weeds
Soil solarization is a cheap and easy method of disinfecting garden soil. Find out how to solarize your soil and the conditions that make it most effective.
Can coco peat be used as mulch in a vegetable garden?
Yes, coco peat is highly suitable to be used as mulch in a vegetable garden. Coco peat mulch is most useful to retain moisture and nutrients in your soil.
How to Control Soil Salinity in your Vegetable Garden
Soil salinity is not a commonly discussed topic when it comes to vegetable gardening but it is something that we should be aware of as gardeners.
What can you put in a compost bin?
Knowing exactly what you can add into your compost bin will help you make high-quality compost quickly and without attracting unwanted visitors.
Compost improves and maintains soil quality: this is how it helps
Compost helps the soil by improving and maintaining soil quality due to its unique characteristics, making it a cheap and easily accessible soil amendment and source of plant nutrients.
What is crop rotation and why is it important?
Crop rotation is an organic gardening practice that can increase productivity by increasing the health of the soil and plants.
Benefits of Companion Planting a Vegetable Garden
Using companion planting in your vegetable garden will help you overcome the many challenges of organic vegetable gardening, including pest and disease control
A Gardener’s Introduction to Soil Biodiversity
Encouraging a natural balance between soil organisms is not only essential to build up healthy soil, but it can also make gardening amazingly easy because soil biodiversity will do most of the work for you. Each soil organism performs specific functions that contributes to soil health.
6 Reasons why you should mulch your vegetable garden
Mulching can save you time, money, and a lot of effort by creating a vegetable garden that needs less watering and weeding, with minimal nutrient loss.