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Gardening hacks | clever gardening hacks change the way of gardening

Gardening hacks  Gardening hacks, clever gardening hacks change the way of gardening, if you love gardening, try these gardening hacks. Of course, it will change the way of your gardening. We all always want to do something new, and many people want to change naturally, this Clever Gardening hacks useful for smart gardening. Gardening is a very large part of it …

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Basic tips for Pruning your plants | Nature Bring

Basic tips for Pruning your plants | Nature Bring Written by: Chitradeep Ashok                                          Date: 25/11/2017 Pruning of plants a major part of the garden work. Unless you clean and prune the plants you will never get a healthy plant. This is a regular makeup of the plant so that your plant looks healthy and encourages the growth of the plant. …

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How to get rid of Spittlebugs by the organic way | Nature Bring

How to get rid of Spittlebugs by the organic way | Nature Bring Written by: Ram Chandra Bhatia                    Date:15/10/2017 Spittlebugs are from the Cercopidae family. About 2300 species of it are found. Spittlebugs gets almost 300 times his body, fluid of the plant in an hour. Due to which they produce a lot of waste. That is why a sputum-like …

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Building Raised Garden Bed easy tips | Nature Bring

Building Raised Garden Bed easy tips | Nature Bring Written by: Sarita Parashar                                              Date: 11/10/2017 About Raised Garden Bed It is very surprising to see raised beds in the gardens, how do these beds produce so much. These raised beds have even produced, they also seem to be systematic in view. There are lots of advantages of raising Bed, you …

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10 Fences plants keep your garden safe and confidential

Natural Fences Plant You all of us want privacy somewhere. Somewhere you privacy from neighbors, somewhere you want your house to be safe from the animals. For this, we make either concrete boundary or any kind of fence. In the earlier article, we have told you about many types of fences. (see more). Most people use traditional fences for it. …

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8 Simple ways to use Hydrogen Peroxide in the garden

8 Simple ways to use Hydrogen Peroxide in the garden Written by: Sarita Parashar                              Date: 13/09/2017 All of us are familiar with some form of hydrogen peroxide, it comes in the form of medicines everywhere. In homes, it is used as a disinfectant and bleaching agents but does you know dilute hydrogen peroxide is used in the garden. It is …

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Use tea bags and make your gardens healthy | Tea Bags in the Garden

Use Tea Bags and boost your gardens | Tea Bags in the Garden Written by: Sneha                                    Date: 10/09/2017 We all start the morning with your tea every day and throw the tea bags we use. Do you know the tea bags that you …

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How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil

How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil Written by: Ramchandra Bhatia                        Date: 03/09/2017 Biochar is a unique way to fertilize plants. It improves soil, helps in increasing the production by reducing the need of water and fertilizer. Biochar enhances its production capacity by amending the soil. It helps in climate change by removing harmful carbon …

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10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment

10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment Written By: Chitadeep Ashok                                                               Date: 29/08/2017 When our garden is flourishing, we are very happy to see it, …

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7 Steps to Get Rid of Blossom end rot of Tomatoes | Prevention and Control

7 Steps to Get Rid of Blossom end rot of Tomatoes | Prevention and Control Written by: Chitradeep Ashok                          Date: 13.08.2017 Blossom end rot is a destructive disease mainly seen in tomato and pepper, it is also destructive. This is a perennial problem, it sometimes also damages crops like watermelon, eggplants, cucumber, and squash. Blossom end rot means when you …

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