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The most important organic vegetable gardening techniques begin with the soil. You should regularly add organic matter to your soil, using locally available resources wherever possible. The best thing to do is to add home made compost. Everyone has access to the raw ingredients of organic matter, because your lawn, garden, and kitchen produce them everyday. Decaying plant wastes, like grass clippings, fall leaves, and vegetable scraps from your kitchen, are the building blocks of compost. Adding compost to your soil will help your vegetable garden immensely, plus it does not cost you anything, and cuts down on landfill waste.

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Techniques by fadinha
Feed your soil

HHG Techniques
Creating the Perfect Garden
How to Compost
"No-turn" composting
~ Composting leaves
~ Leaf-mould tea
How to prepare soil for new grass sods
Planting Diagram
Using old seeds
Taking Digital Pictures of Flowers
Vegetable Storage at Home
Compost, Don't Burn!
Edible Yard Weeds
Edible Weeds - Amaranth
Edible Weeds - Rumex Sorrel Grass
Cook a Chicken with a Solar Oven
Eating Wild Stinging Nettles
Eating Garden Snails
Turning snails into escargot
Catching Snails
Multi Seed Sowing - What could have gone wrong?
Bulding Trellises for Peas and Beans
Growing Beets
Plant beans to enrich soil with nitrogen
How to improve your digital images with Photosho
Making Bent Wood Trellis
HOT PEPPER WAX
Square Foot Gardening
Manure Tea - Natures Liquid Plant Food
Raised Bed Gardening
Natural or Organic Aphid Control
Companion Planting

 



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