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Love it! Catnip is 10 times more effective than deet!! Kill 2 birds with one stone...the masquito's gone and the cats happy!

A website that plans your garden FOR YOU! You tell it where you live, it tells you what to plant and when, designs your garden for you, and gives you daily reminders of what to do.

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Plant Pest Remedies From Your Kitchen

Plant Pest Remedies Straight from the Kitchen

Nice article on how to grow a vegetable garden and landscape it for beauty as well as efficiency in a small space.

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20 Ways to Keep Deer Out of Your Yard

2o ways to deer-proof your yard and garden. | Photo: Derek Coetzee | thisoldhouse.com FOR THE BEACH!!!!

Growing peppers. Peppers hate nitrogen/commercial fertilizer. Wait until plants flower before fertilizing. Then spray leaves with 1 tsp of Epsom salt to 1qt of water (peppers need Magnesium to set fruit). Peppers also enjoy small amounts of potassium (wood ashes).

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Speaking of the Garden...

Spray the plant with Epsom salts (1 teaspoon dissolved in a spray bottle of warm water (about 4 cups). That gives the pepper plant a boost of magnesium that is required at flowering time to produce fruit. Spray them again 10 days later and in a few weeks, our expert friends report, you will have more peppers than you can eat.

Slugs will eat cornmeal, even though it kills them. Put cornmeal in a jar turned on its side near the affected plants.

eHowfrom eHow

Homemade Insecticide to Kill Bugs on Rose Bushes

Homemade Insecticide to Kill Bugs on Rose Bushes | eHow

Natural bug spray for the garden. 1 gallon of water 2 cups of Dawn soap 2 cups of plain listerine type mouthwash 1 tsp cayenne pepper Mix together, put in a spray bottle. 10 Steps to Organic Gardening

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. But with this trellis, they’re perfect companions! Use this slanted trellis to grow your cucumbers and you’ll enjoy loads of straight, unblemished fruit. Plant lettuce, mesclun or spinach in the shady area beneath to protect it from wilting or bolting. Western red cedar frame and sturdy plastic mesh. 48" square.