Use eggs as mini pots for seeds! Then you replant them still in the shell which slowly biodegrades and gives lots of nutrients to the soil! Egg shells are great in compost too if you don't have the patience (or finesse) for this. I break egg shells.
NEED PROOF THAT VINEGAR IS A WEED-TERMINATOR? Just look at the weeds growing along a pea-stone path in my Herb Garden. These were photographed yesterday afternoon, just moments before I sprayed them with cheap, undiluted, store-brand white vinegar.
Seed and Plant Spacing Rule = Takes the guess work out of seed spacing. Amazingly handy rule with seed sowing holes, metric and imperial graduations, plus printed vegetable spacing guide. Precision machined from beech wood.
Pinner says: Quit pulling weeds! (We've done this for 2 years now and I will never garden without mulch again!) Ruth Stout, no- work garden, this is one great concept for anyone wanting to garden effectively and easily!
Great, and SUPER CHEAP, weed killing tips and tools. Spent an hour yesterday pulling weeds, and WILL NOT be doing that again! Who knew you were spending about too much on at store weed killer chemicals?
Boiled Eggs: Don't throw out the water you boil your eggs in. It contains tons of calcium plants love. Let water cool and dump it on plants. Save egg shells, rinse them out really well, crumble, then mix in with dirt and/or potting soil before planting.
Make your own Mole Repellent: cup castor oil 6 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons liquid detergent (We use Dawn). Combine all ingredients in blender until consistency of whipped cream & add 2 T to a watering can.