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Alex is a 27 year old Web copywriter from Iasi, Romania, with deep interest and experience in both Internet Marketing and gardening.

How to Do Pond Algae Control and Removal

February 19, 2013

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Algae are a large group of diverse organisms that resemble plants.   Seaweeds are the most complex species of algae, but they also include single cell organisms. This type of algae often thrives in ponds, especially in ponds with any competing animal or plant life. This is most common in new ponds that don’t have [...]

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How To Keep Compost Worms Fresh & In Top Condition

May 6, 2012

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Compost Pile of Juicy Red Earthworms in Soil

Worm composting is, by far, the best way to compost for people who do not have the luxury of having huge amounts of space in their yards.   Worm composting even scores over other methods of composting in terms of the time taken to complete the process.   For example, while worm composting takes around [...]

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How to Grow Cherries in a Greenhouse

May 6, 2012

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Fruit is a type of food that most people enjoy eating. Most fruit is naturally sweet and healthy.   Because of this, fruit is popular among children and adults. Unfortunately, fruit can be very expensive to purchase.   This is especially true if you are purchasing out of season fruits. There is another option that [...]

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Who Invented the First Hydroponics System?

May 5, 2012

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The Earth is composed of approximately 72 percent water in both the saltwater and freshwater bodies, thus, earning it the moniker of the Water Planet.   With such a pervasive presence in our lives, it is no surprise then that hydroponics may have well preceded soil-based agriculture.     Ancient Examples Browsing through history books [...]

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When to Move the Plants Out of the Starter Greenhouse?

May 5, 2012

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When Should You Move Your Plants Outside of Your Starter Greenhouse Kit?   Plants are amazing objects of beauty. You can enjoy plants year round with a greenhouse. Many times, people want to enjoy flowers and plants that are not common for the season. In a greenhouse, any plant or flower can be grown, regardless [...]

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Choosing the Best Greenhouse Covers and Other Important Glasshouse Supplies

May 1, 2012

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A greenhouse cannot stand on its own without some essential glasshouse supplies and covers.   Some supplies make sure that your greenhouse is properly maintained with other supplies focus on regulated the growth of your plants that are placed in greenhouses.   A greenhouse cover should be one of the first things to buy because [...]

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10 Awesome Home and Garden Gift Ideas

April 30, 2012

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  Top 10 Ideas for Household and Gardening Gifts Your home and your garden complement each other wonderfully. Your home is your refuge, after all, and your garden is a place that you go to relax and feel connected to nature. If you have friends or family with their own gardens, or if you just [...]

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Propagation of Greenhouse Plants

April 30, 2012

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Greenhouses are the perfect environment to grow plants, and many people are enjoying the benefits which their greenhouse provides.   Producing your own plants is incredibly rewarding, and will not only save you money, but provide you with fresh produce.   Propagation of greenhouse plants is fascinating, and will ensure that you grow the plants [...]

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Top 5 Secrets of Making Compost

April 23, 2012

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A compost pile is an essential part of your garden.   Compost serves as a conditioner and fertilizer to your soil.   It feeds on the “good” microorganisms in the soil that help your plants stay healthy and full of nutrients. In addition to this, compost in your garden helps sandy soil hold water better, [...]

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How to Use Hydroponic Growing Equipment

April 23, 2012

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The recent global economic downturn has had an adverse effect on a variety of facets of everyday life.   For example, it is a widely known fact that the global recession resulted in things becoming expensive while people’s purchasing power declined.   The direct effect of this is that people started trying to save money [...]

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