Improve your soil by regularly adding organic matter, such as compost, to efficiently control moisture and add nutrients.
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Building better soil is the single most important thing you can do to improve your gardening success. And now is the best time to do it!
Whether you are starting a new garden or want to learn more about your soil, testing the soil’s pH level is an interesting and rewarding project.
Make your own compost and save on soil in the future.
A healthy garden begins with healthy soil. Adding compost enriches soil and makes for a bountiful harvest of fruits and vegetables.
Try soil solarization for six weeks and get better veggies, flowers and plants.
Fall is the best time to improve your soil by adding compost to flower beds.
Along with water and sunshine, the right kind of soil will make a big difference in the quality of your flowers and vegetables.
The desert contains more soils than just sand. Certain tools make it easier to create an oasis in the desert.
More organic matter in the garden leads to more food for flowers to thrive. Mix organic materials into the soil to help it hold moisture, loosen clay and add nutrients.
Winter may not be as active for gardening as the warmer months, but it’s the best time to reflection and setting goals. Now that the calendar has flipped over to January, here are some New Year’s gardening resolutions to consider.
That last bite of a red ripe tomato fresh from the garden doesn’t mean the end of your vegetable garden for the year. With a little bit of technology and know-how, you can stretch your garden’s production to the limit.