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    Simple solutions to common garden problems - 35 natural remedies

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    7 effective ways to getting rid of moles in the garden and yard.

    12 tips for dealing with slugs in your garden (beyond salt) Do not use salt - no matter what anyone says - and remember if you have a slug problem and you put out traps of any sort don't leave them sitting around with dead slugs in them, the best food for slugs is slugs.

    Don't throw your eggshells away. They are great for the garden in so many ways!

    Ten Mistakes New Herb Gardeners Make (and How to Avoid Them!)

    Get Rid of Deer, Rabbits, Racoons, and Cats: These animals hate the smell of vinegar and it will keep them out of your garden naturally and safely. It is best to...

    How to Growing Rose From Cutting

    5 Herbs That Repel Flies

    Leafmaster Leaf Blower and Vac

    Do a quick and easy mason jar soil test - know the composition of your soil

    Natural remedies for getting rid of ants and other critters in the garden.

    Alternative Gardning: The benefits of WOOD ASH in the garden

    Getting rid of slugs in the garden can be quite challenging. Hopefully one of these many ways will help you get rid of the slimy creature that is eating up your garden.

    How to get rid of pest in the garden.


    Let's face it - there isn't a gardener or farmer who hasn't come across one of these pests, while working in their organic garden. By finding out more about these insects and ways to control them, it is possible to grow healthy, abundant crops, and keep your garden healthy!

    Butterflies need salt for breeding - Create a salt lick in your garden and increase the butterfly population. How-to's and links included.

    Why Use Coffee Grounds in the Garden? Coffee grounds provide an unlimited source of nutrients for your garden . . . They hold moisture, They are free, They smell good, They contain Nitrogen-Phosphate-Potassium (N-P-K) and other trace minerals, They help keep slugs away from plants, They repel ants, Earthworms LOVE them, They add acidity to the soil.

    Ladybug Habitat - Martha Stewart Home & Garden