If you’re an organic gardener, even a beginner, I can almost bet you’ve heard of and/or read about compost.
Have the articles that you’ve read given their definition of compost? You can’t assume that their definition of compost is the same as the one you have in your mind.
It’s important to have the same meaning or description of compost as the writer. Otherwise, […]
Droughts and water metering can cause problems during hot, dry summers, but the solution is to know how to use resources efficiently and to store your own supplies. Keeping Plants Healthy Plants in dry soil are susceptible to disease and yield less, so it pays to keep soil moist. Watering thoroughly so the moisture penetrates […]
via Water-wise gardening — mad gardening lady
This was our first year of ever having a garden. I learned a lot this season about gardening successes and fails. While I was determined and hopeful that I could actually get a fall garden started, getting pregnant at the end of summer kind of changed those plans. I kept putting it off and waiting […]
via End of the Summer Harvest — one twenty two
by Patty A. Gray, Garden Program Director As part of the University of the Pacific’s “Leading with Purpose” campaign, Pacific students, staff and faculty have been asked to reflect on the question, “What’s my purpose?” and answer it in a single statement. Exercises like this can easily slip into the superficial, but I like the […]
via Gardening with Purpose — Growing Food At Pacific