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Compost for the organic gardener

Compost for the Organic Gardener

As you get ready to start your compost project consider what type of composting you want to use. This really depends a lot on the space you have and how large your garden is. You may also want to take into consideration your time, since you must turn a compost pile twice a week. A rotating container takes slightly less work because you can manually turn it every few days. In most cases spending a lot of money on a composter is not necessary but can make your job easier.
Coal into honey- how West Virginia is pulling out of their workforce slump

West Virginians- Turning Coal into Honey Money

In this edition we discuss the hardships of West Virginia, and how they are turning coal into honey. The steady decline in...
Fire Cider and other natural remedies

Natural Remedies Most Gardeners Have In their Garden

Surprise! Some of the favorite flavors you toss in your dinner meal are important ingredients in natural remedies. Most people know that herb gardens are a great place to find medicinal plants you can use for any number of natural remedies. We also know how important it is to eat our vegetables every day. What is not as well known is that
Butternut Squash growing techniques

Buttеrnut Squash- GROWING TECHNIQUES

The buttеrnut squash grоwing ѕеаѕоn bеginѕ when all danger of frоѕt iѕ раѕt and the soil iѕ wеll wаrmеd bу thе ѕun, аbоut 60 tо 65 F. (15-18 C.) at a 4-inch depth. Butternut ѕԛuаѕh рlаntѕ are еxtrеmеlу tеndеr аnd the seedlings will freeze with thе ѕlightеѕt frоѕt аnd ѕееdѕ will only gеrminаtе in wаrm ѕоil.
Major flooding continues to effect Midwest farmers

Midwest Farmers Abandoned by Disaster Relief Funding

With rising water levels along the Mississippi River. 2019 continues to test the Midwest, specifically farmers who have experienced major flooding. The...