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How to get rid of Ants in your Garden | 7 natural ways to get rid of Ants

Ants

How to get rid of Ants To know more about How to get rid of Ants in your Garden, 7 natural ways to get rid of Ants, its facts then read the following article. When the ants are attacked in the container or the houseplants, we all become disturbed by how to get rid of them. By the way, if you see, …

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Homemade Herbicides | Natural weeds killer

Herbicides

Homemade Herbicides Learn How to make Homemade herbicides, Boiled dihydrogen monoxide on the weeds, Vinegar spray Homemade Herbicides, Eliminate weeds by using Salt, Get rid of weeds by using Sugar, Use of flame weeder tools, Soap spray natural weeds killer, These are 6 natural herbicides which you can get rid of easily from weed. Weeds are “uninvited guests” plants in the garden. …

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How to grow Rosemary | Growing Rosemary plant in containers | Rosemary care

Rosemary

Rosemary Know How to grow Rosemary, Growing rosemary plant, Rosemary care, propagation and more about this herb.  Rosemary is an Evergreen herb with blue flowers, which are popular due to its aromatic leaves and bitter taste. It is used as a spice in food and its oil is used as a medicine. Many people use it for soup and poultry. Its light …

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How to use Wood Ash in the garden | Nature Bring

Wood Ash in

Wood Ash Learn How to use Wood Ash in the garden, The compost should be made in any way, it is an essential aspect of the health of the plant. It is a plant’s food which causes the plant to grow and flourish. The compost can be of any kind, it is granulated, liquid form or in powder form. The methods …

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Graft fruit plants and trees | How to Grafting and budding your trees

Graft

Graft fruit plants and trees Learn Graft fruit plants and trees, How to Grafting and budding your trees, Best trees for Grafting plants, grafting techniques and more about grafting.  You may have seen many trees in the garden that do not give fruit. There are some trees that give very little and small fruits, some trees are also those that …

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How to use Eggshells in the garden | Eggshells as compost | Pest control

Eggshells

Using Eggshells in the garden Eggshells are versatile for the garden, but we throw Eggshells after eating, but do you know that these The way it is rich in nutrients for us, it provides nutrients for our plants as well. These are mainly rich in calcium. Learn how to use eggshells in the garden, Use Eggshells as a seed starter, Eggshells as …

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How to grow Bell Pepper in a container | Growing and care Bell Peppers

Bell Pepper

Bell Peppers Learn How to grow Bell Pepper in a container, Growing Bell Peppers,  Bell pepper care and more in this article. Bell Pepper is known from several names like sweet pepper, pepper, capsicum, Shimla Mirch etc. It is found in mainly Australia, Canada, Ireland, Singapore, India, Bangladesh, and New Zealand. The plant produced in different colors, such as green, red, …

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Allamanda cathartica | Growing Golden Trumpet vine

Allamanda

Allamanda cathartica learn  Growing information Golden trumpet vine, How to grow in a container, Allamanda care and more about in this article. Allamanda cathartica is commonly known as Golden Trumpet Vine. Common trumpet vine and yellow trumpet vine is species of allamanda in the family of Apocynaceae. These are perennial, evergreen plants are native to Brazil. The Golden Trumpet vines Enhance the beauty of …

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Coca Cola in the garden | Uses Coca Cola in garden General tips

Coca Cola

Coca Cola in the garden The Coca Cola is an excellent beverage and it is one of the world’s best selling beverages product. People from all over the world drink it as a delicious drink, but you know it is also coca cola is used in the garden? Apart from garden coca cola has lots of uses, it is used …

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10 ways to use Baking Soda in gardens | Using Baking Soda for plants

Baking Soda

Baking Soda in gardens You have heard the use of Baking Soda (bicarbonate of soda) in the kitchen, but do you know it is also a very good pesticide. The use of sodium bicarbonate protects plants from Powdery Mildew and other fungal diseases. Recent researches show that the Baking Soda used in domestic protects plants from fungal diseases but does …

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