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The Microbiome and the Role of Organic Food - For those of you that are unfamiliar with the term, a microbiome is “the ecological community of commensal, symbiotic, and pathogenic microorganisms that literally share our body space”

This garden can kill: meet the residents of England's infamous Poison Garden

Potting soil recipe--Easy and SO much cheaper, not to mention you KNOW for sure what is in your soil.

Easy DIY Potting Mix Recipe |

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Have any milk crates laying around? Any old tshirts? If so, than you can have a square foot garden! The tshirts keep the soil well drained.

How To Build A Vegetable Garden On A Green Roof

How to Build an Edible Rooftop Garden - Garden Therapy

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Want Your Crops To Survive Extreme Heat and Drought? Add Fungus

Want Your Crops To Survive Extreme Heat and Drought? Add Fungus

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Steal This Look: Water Troughs as Raised Garden Beds

Steal This Look: Water Troughs as Raised Garden Beds: Gardenista

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The architects from Aedas designed a building in Hog Kong which includes housing, offices, retail spaces and a car park. The facade is customized with suspended planters which purify the air and also have a greening effect on the neighborhood.

Attach short pieces of hose or plastic tubing to the metal rake, counting the tines so that the hoses are spaced equally. As you drag the rake across the prepared soil, you have an instant planting grid and row markers.

How to Lay Out a Planting Bed

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Raised Planter Gardening Stand DIY Project - Great for Deck and patio gardens, small yard vegetable gardening

Reusing Plastic Chicken and Salad Containers for Gardens

Small Garden/patio Ideas planting a tomato plant in a bag. You can also hang a bag upside down and grow a tomato plant hanging out a small hole at the bottom. The roots will grow up and the tomatoes will hang down perfectly. No need for trellising, let gravity do the work ;> #garden #gardening

How To Grow Tomatoes Without A Garden

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Here how i made my vertical vegetable garden, starting from used big water bottles as planters. An automatic watering system keep the right moisture, ...

Self watering vertical garden with recycled water bottles

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Quick green bean trellis? Tie the strings to a rock! Then tie the strings to the top of whatever you’re letting your beans grow up (porch, fence, house, neighbour’s car) with the rock falling at the base of each bean plant.

rad compact beekeeping kit for urban gardens -- help to boost devastated bee populations!

To Bee: Compact Beekeeping Kit for Urban Gardens | WebEcoist

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Pinner Wrote: In the center of the gardens, we placed old used wooden patio umbrella frames (also salvaged) which we secured to the outer frame with wire. Plastic greenhouse grade sheeting was placed over the top and secured to the upper frame with strapping. At the base of each side “wall” we rolled the plastic around, and secured it to 8’, 1” x 2” lumber scraps, added hooks and eyes, and voila!…our greenhouses.

Raised Bed Gardening From Recycled Materials |

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Sun Hives are a hive design coming out of Germany and now gathering interest in Britain. They’re part of the world-wide movement towards ‘apicentric’ beekeeping – beekeeping that prioritizes honeybees firstly as pollinators, with honey production being a secondary goal. The Sun Hive is modeled in part on the traditional European skep hive, and is aimed at creating a hive that maximises colony health. The main thing I love about this hive and the enthusiasm surrounding it is not the hive itself,

The Sun Hive: experimental Natural Beekeeping

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PVC fence finials, drilled a small hole in the bottom for drainage, planted my flowers and added string as a hanger.

CreatingCottage: DIY Hanging Basket EASY

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Such an obvious cloche - why didn't I think of this? You can cut the sheets to suit the size of your beds.