Vegetable Garden Mini Eco System Keeps away Pest and Diseases

Vegetable Garden Mini Eco System Keeps away Pest and Diseases www.youtube.com Marty Ware discusses in this video how you can bring nature easily into your vegetable, herb and fruits garden. Learn how nature then protects your garden from all these little nasties, so you don’t have to spray harmful chemicals and insecticides and can have a lush product food garden in your very own backyard or small space. Please subscribe to Marty’s Garden by clicking on the link above so you can view more from the up coming series.

Starter Vegetable Gardens: 24 No-Fail Plans for Small Organic Gardens

Home vegetable gardening is all the rage. Millions of Americans have picked up spade and hoe and are digging into the soil for the first time. But starting a garden isn’t always simple. Many hopeful growers find themselves confused by the dizzying array of things to know about soil quality, garden layout, seeds, temperatures, planting schedules, fertilizer, pests, watering, and harvesting. Still other first-time gardeners plant too much, only to find themselves overwhelmed and exhausted by July.

Barbara Pleasant is here to help. In Starter Vegetable Gardens, Pleasant a master gardener and award-winning gardening writer takes the guesswork out of growing food, explaining in simple, straightforward language how to start, maintain, and expand a bountiful vegetable garden in small, manageable spaces.

Pleasant presents 24 no-fail, small-scale garden plans from a simple bag garden (planted right in soil bags!) to an orderly border and from a family food factory to specialty beds for salads, Cajun flavors, and Italian cuisine. For each plan she provides plant and material lists, a plot layout, four-color photographs, and tips for succession planting to keep the garden productive all season long. Her all-organic approach ensures that the harvest is not simply tasty but also chemical-free.

Pleasant anticipates and answers novice gardeners myriad questions, guiding readers through the complexities of assessing site and soil, understanding the climate, choosing the very best vegetable varieties, starting seeds, identifying insect friends and foes, watering, fertilizing, mulching, and harvesting.

The books layout is friendly and accessible, filled with detailed images that bring the concepts to life. Both instructive and inspiring, Starter Vegetable Gardens is an essential one-stop resource for anyone just beginning to cultivate a vegetable-gardening green thumb.

Includes 24 illustrated planting plans including:

  •  Easy-Care Bag Garden
  •  Backyard Veggie Border
  •  Front-Yard Food Supply
  •  Family Food Factory
  •  Paintbrush Beds
  •  High-Value Verticals
  •  Marinara Medley
  •  Managed Mulch Garden
  •  Sweet Corn & Company
  •  Cajun Spice
  •  Six-Weeks-Sooner Salad Garden

Willow Stevens

Willow is a parent of 6, who is starting to feel the emptying nest, with faer oldest child living with his long time girlfriend in a different state, and the next two beginning their talks about jobs and excitment of living on their own. Fae started couponing back in 2007 to save faer growing family some money. That's how Freetail Therapy was born, so that fae could share faer knowledge of saving money with others. Though the site has become so much more since then, and now includes homeschooling and homesteading info, Willow still does it all on a budget and shares how. Fae enjoys snagging freebies, getting coupon overage, drinking coffee, gardening, rabbits and of course, faer large family.

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