A great add to any soil is manure, farmers have used it for centuries. Plus your plants lack a nose so they don’t mind the smell!
Reducing our carbon footprint is kinda like planting a tree, you wont get to enjoy it, but our future will. Composting is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint while making your soil healthy and full of nutrients. Thanks for doing your part!
Use them if you got em’, have them peck around in your garden and a process of natural fertilization will unfold.
Reusing the soil from plant to plant, will add nutrients and nourish your soil year after year. Use a Miracle Gro fertilizer if your soil needs a little bit more love at the beginning!
Beans and peas are among the cheap and easy cover crops. The nutrients from these plants will ensure that your soil is packed with everything the rest of your crops need.
Ground up leaves are the perfect mulch, as long it is mixed in to the soil. If left on top on your soil, it can reduce necessary sunshine and oxygen, which can actually harm your plants!
Using set paths and bedding in your garden is ultimately what your garden needs, its own space to grow and thrive. Keeping foot traffic at minimum is key to the health of your garden!
The best and timeless way to till your garden is a tool like a broad fork, being hands on is the easiest way to love your garden and make it look great!