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Have you ever looked for biodynamic compost? Malibu Compost makes this amazing compost that goes far beyond organic and beyond fertilizing your plants and soil, they have rescued cows and donate a percentage to rescue places. If you have flowers, a garden or just grass that needs some food once in a while, this is likely the best fertilizer you’ll ever see. It is made with cow manure
And the proof that it’s one of the best composts ever? They’ve just launched and are selling on over 100 stores! What an impressive feast for a new company.
It’s funny how sometimes you can just tell that everyone at a company is great, that a company’s vision is carried along from morning to night, and there are good people all over this product. I spent some time surfing Malibu Compost’s site and by seeing their funny comments here and there I can just tell that they’re having a good time while taking care of our planet and their cows. They’re so nice, they even give gardening tips!
– Donates % to cow rescue efforts
Here’s a little more detailed information about biodynamic composting, from their site:
Dairy cow manure endows the earth with powerful fertilizing and healing forces that chicken manure, steer manure, horse manure, and bat guano simply don’t have. Why? Because a dairy cow has an unequaled digestive process which is enhanced by cosmic-life giving forces in her hooves and horns that enable the nitrogen in her manure to re-kindle life within the earth.
Our products are certified biodynamic by Demeter® USA, the American chapter of the world’s only certifier of Biodynamic® farms and products. Demeter’s strict standards ensure crops are grown with the avoidance of chemical pesticides and fertilizers, utilize compost and cover crops, and set aside 10% of the total farm acreage for biodiversity. In order for our product to bear the Demeter logo, it must be made with certified Biodynamic ingredients and meet strict processing standards to ensure the purest possible product. These standards ensure the dairy cows that provide the manure that is the basis for our compost receive no genetically-modified feed and have access to the outdoors. Further, we ensure our farms grow at least one third of their cows’ diet on the property, make efforts to reduce pathogens, and make minimal turns on the compost, thereby enhancing compost fertility.
As a result of all this earthly and cosmic care, Bu’s Blend™:
1. repairs your soil’s ecosystem
2. absorbs moisture
3. builds soil by increasing the vital humus content
4. protects against erosion
5. saves water
6. eliminates the need for pest controls and soil foods
7. works on all soil types
8. promotes healthy root growth
9. heals your soil and heals your soul
A look into the science of tissue culture of plants and how it is being utilized within agriculture.
Rob Mitchell (USDA-ARS) walks you through the keys to successful switchgrass establishment. [5:17]
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The Garden Route is a popular and scenic stretch of the south-eastern coast of South Africa. It stretches from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River which is crossed along the N2 coastal highway over the Paul Sauer Bridge in the extreme western reach of the neighbouring Eastern Cape. The name comes from the verdant and ecologically diverse vegetation encountered here and the numerous lagoons and lakes dotted along the coast. It includes towns such as Mossel Bay, Knysna, Oudtshoorn, Plettenberg Bay and Nature’s Valley; with George, the Garden Route’s largest city and main administrative centre.
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John from interviews Ken Rohla about Chemtrails. In this episode John encourages you to have an open mind to hear more about this controversial subject. During this episode you will learn things like how you may be able to remediate chemtrails and other toxins in your garden. Finally after watching this episode hopefully you will have more awareness about this potential problem and some safe and effective ways to deal with it.
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Do you love gardening, especially perennial gardening? Here’re few tips to help you start a perennial flower garden.
Perennial flowers make your home more beautiful and serene. Though they have a shorter bloom time, they continue to grow year after year and thereby require less work than replanting annuals. Figuring out how to start a perennial flower garden takes a little creativity, resourcefulness, and hard work, but it’s going to be worth it. Keep in mind that opting for a mix of species that bloom at various times of the year ensures your garden looks great for longer. Here’s how to start a perennial flower garden. – waysandhow, diy, diy video, how-to
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Hey everyone! Here are five easy and creative ways to transform recyclable materials like plastic bottles and straws,cans and textiles into pots for your plants. I hope you find this video useful and inspiring and that it will encourage you to refresh your room decor.
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After seeing the problems I’ve had with fungal diseases, it’s time to make some changes, for the better. Compost tea provides beneficial bacteria and can be applied directly to the leaves of your plants. Increasing the amount of good bacteria on the leaf surfaces should help slow down some of the fungal problems that I’ve been having. To make sure that I have a consistent supply of compost tea, I have put a valve at the bottom of a large barrel and will be brewing tea 24/7. In the barrel I have two 5 gallon paint strainers with my compost. I’m using composted goat manure in one strainer, and rabbit manure in the other. I am well aware of the benefits of compost tea, and for whatever reason I had gotten away from using it. With a non-stop brewing setup, I now have access to plenty of tea for use in my greenhouses and outside gardens.
A couple of things to remember: Never use fresh manure for compost tea. Make sure it has been composted or aged. Make sure you provide plenty of aeration. With a setup like this, it wouldn’t hurt to clean it up and restart the process every 10 days or so. And if your tea begins to smell bad, something has gone wrong. Compost tea should not have a bad smell.
A comparison of C3, C4 and CAM plants. Plants have different systems for harvesting energy depending on their environment. A sugar maple tree in New England faces very different challenges in temperature and humidity than does a cactus in the Mojave Desert! Note the strategies used by desert plants in order to effectively preserve their water in an arid environment!
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I have tried sprouting bulk soup beans purchased from the grocery store and planting them in the garden to see if they would produce fruit. Here are my results. Read the full article here:
I bought some Goya brand beans from the grocery store with the intent to plant them in the garden and see if they will grow. At one dollar per pound these beans are cheaper by far than the little handful you get sold as seed beans for about triple that price.
I put some various beans on a paper towel on a tray. I wet down the paper towel and then put another two paper towels on top and wet them down.
I left them in a dark and cool area for three days. The red beans and kidney beans had a near 100 percent germination rate. The chickpeas started to sprout a bit. The lima beans just molded. The barley molded as well.
So I gave them all another day to sprout and checked them on the fourth day. They were looking very good. So I planted them in the garden.
Just over two weeks later the beans are all growing very nicely. Even the chickpeas came up happily. The only problem is that some worm ate most of the red beans as they opened up their new leaves. These all died off. The same worm got to the kidney beans but did not do as much harm.
In the future I will plan them indoors until they are tough enough to survive the wilds outside.
But overall the experiment was a success. You can plant bulk dry soup beans from the grocery store and grow your own food.
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Have you ever wanted to know how to attract birds to your garden? Our experts at Vinehouse Farm have put together this video to show you what types of bird to expect in your garden and how you can feed them.
This video acts as a bird feeding tutorial, teaching you how to find out what types of food birds eat by just looking at their bills, as well as giving you tips on how to attract birds to your garden throughout the year. With beautiful videos of birds singing, eating, and flying, you can enjoy the natural sights of the common and less common birds that you will be able to find in your garden.
If you have ever wondered why husk free bird feed mix is better to use than others you may find in shops, you can have all of your questions answered in this video. Whether you are a newcomer or an expert, these top tips give an illustrated guide to how to attract birds to your garden.
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– The positioning of feeders to ensure that all species can get food
– Type of feed
– The safety of birds in your garden
– The maintenance and hygiene of feeders
– The best feeders for keeping out unwanted animals such as squirrels.
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In late spring and early summer, it’s the ideal time to take cuttings. When plants are actively growing, you can use prunings to get free plants! I’m a fan of free and reusing, so in this video I’ll show you how to get free plants, and also how to recycle a few everyday items at the same time. Who doesn’t love freebies?!
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Julie Weisenhorn, state director of University of Minnesota Extension Master Gardeners, talks about the history of the volunteer program and its current efforts, including biochar research.