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Fertilizers and Repellents. Thanks Thrifty Fun!!

Natural Garden Repellents: "This guide is about mother nature's best fertilizers and bug repellents. Gardening naturally with the best repellents and fertilizers helps keep your yard and garden safe for everyone.

Worlds most perfect fertilizer   pesticide is epsom salt. This is so true- every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season.

All in one organic fertilizer + pesticide. The world's most perfect fertilizer + pesticide is epsom salt. every other week- 1 gallon of water, 1 TBSP of miracle grow and 3 TBSP of epsom salt- I promise a great garden all season.

Great infographic on how to make compost. I did not know that comfrey leaves speed up process.  Now I know where to put this impossible- to- kill and " bully" herb...in my composter.

We believe happy soil produces happy veg. Our homemade compost is used to ensure the soil our vegetables grow in is nutritious and vitamin packed. Not only does this produce the best tasting veg but it also supports sustainable farming. Why not spoil your

How To Make Homemade Lawn Fertilizer

10-Ways to Create a Pretty Lawn by The Everyday Home / www.everydayhomeblog.com #10Waysto...

Alternative Gardning: Homemade Fertilizer For Lawns. supposed to be really great for your grass - growth, green, and killing bugs that ruin your lawn! 'm going to try this on part of the backyard lawn that isn't doing that great anyway

Make your own mole repellent! 1/4 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 tablespoons of repellent to a regular garden watering can and then fill with warm water. Thoroughly water over areas of greatest damage. For best results apply after a rain or a thorough watering.

Moles can wreak havoc on an otherwise gorgeous lawn. Here's our favorite tried and true recipe for getting rid of those pesky hole digging beasts! cup castor oil 6 tablespoons water 2 tablespoons liquid detergent (We use Dawn)

How to get rid of ants the chemical free way. Sprinkle cornmeal where you have ants. The ants will bring it back to their hills and eat it. They are unable to digest it so they will die.

To get rid of ants, put small piles of cornmeal where you see ants. They eat it or take it home to the others. It may take a week or so, especially if it rains, but it works and you don’t have the worry about pets or small children being harmed!

Garden pests hate the smell of Irish Spring! Deer, mice and squirrels!

Irish Spring and a cheese grater. Apparently squirrels hate the smell of the soap, so they'll stay out of your garden. as well as deer and mice. Rather than grate it, I cut chunks of Irish Spring soap.

Eggshells ~Weed killer~ Each time you creak an egg collect in the plastic container, egg shell and put in the fridge. Crush the shells into small bits and sprinkle them around the base of your plants. The sharp eggshells will deter slugs, snails, and other bugs from nibbling on your garden and add a touch of calcium to the soil.

"Don't throw your eggshells away. They are great for the garden in so many ways! And they're a cheap way to make diatomaceous earth. (Bugs don't like it)" Small Garden Ideas garden gardening

Making A Compost Bin Isn't Complicaed At All, Check Out Our Easy Composting Guide | Young House Love

Making A Compost Bin Isn't Complicaed At All, Check Out Our Easy Composting Guide

Making A Compost Bin Isn't Complicaed At All, Check Out Our Easy Composting Guide Young House Love

start seedlings in eggshells then plant right into garden!

Many items can be reused and repurposed for seed starting containers. Empty cardboard egg cartons, and even egg shells themselves make great little seed starting pots - and can be popped right into the garden at planting time!

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