ለመድሃኒትነት የሚጠቅሙ እፅዋት ስም – የባህልመድሃኒት – Names of Ethiopian medicinal plants and herbs – Part 7




10 Benefits Of Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a break through gardening method that is turning conventional gardening and fish farming on its head. Aquaponics combines the best of both hydroponics and aquaculture, keeping their respective benefits and getting rid of their drawbacks. Here are ten of the many benefits of aquaponics which are not listed in any particular order.

Comparing Hydroponics Nutrients With Traditional Fertilizers

When micro-nutrients are lacking in a plant you will see signs such as poor development, yellow leaves, dropping leaves or stunted growth. In order to sustain a healthy vibrant plant these micro-nutrients must be present for growth and survival.

Winter Planning, Spring Planting, Summer Rewards

Winter is great for planning. No resolutions needed to plan, plenty of time to change your mind a few more times and refine your thoughts, and definitely time to narrow down the seeds and plants you actually purchase. If you are more into some execution steps prior to planting just turn your thoughts to the soil you expect to help give you summer vegetable rewards.

A Guide to Backyard Aquaponics

What if I told you a system exists that will produce ten times the amount organic fruits and vegetables in less than half the time? This same system requires no weeding, no fertilizer, no pesticides, and consumes less than one third the energy as conventional farming methods. The secret is Aquaponics and it’s simple and easy to setup in your backyard.

April in the Vegetable Garden

There is always something to do in the vegetable garden, even in the smallest patch. April is the month when the growing season really starts and its easy to lose track of the jobs you need to be doing. Keep ahead of yourself by using this quick reminder of some of the vital jobs to be doing in the vegetable garden during April.

Planting Your Own Fruit Trees

It is easy to see the appeal there is to grow a fruit tree in your backyard. You’ll have your own source of fresh fruits, if not the trees brings out the ever lingering nature lover within you. There are lots of varieties to choose from.

April in the Flower Garden

Even in the smallest garden, April is the month when the growing season really begins to gather pace. Flower beds start to fill out with the bushy new shoots of herbaceous plants and leaves once again begin cover the branches of trees. With such fecundity its easy to let things slip out of control in the garden and before you know it you will realise there are a number of jobs you should have done and now it’s too late. So before you venture outside take a quick reminder from this list of vital jobs to be done in the flower garden during April.

March in the Vegetable Garden

Even the smallest vegetable garden can be high maintenance and with March heralding the start of the new growing season, there is plenty to be getting on with. Here is a quick list of vital jobs to be doing in the vegetable garden during March.

How to Remove Tree Roots

The removal of tree roots can be a difficult and slow task to engage in, and require investment of time and materials to get the job done. By keeping a few tips in mind gardeners can ease the process, and get the job done with minimal damage to their garden.

Winter Garden Work

Everyone knows to stay active and productive year round. Clearing out and managing your garden over winter is both enjoyable and useful, so it’s important to keep track of what tasks lie ahead.

Some Tips In Organizing Garden Tools And Materials

Garden tools are important for an avid gardener. But it is also essential to clean and organize them for long-lasting usage.

Easy to Set Up Backyard Portable Greenhouses

Portable greenhouses are the most cost-effective and non-cumbersome tools required for growing flowers and vegetables that require more heat than the climatic condition. Many times you require the help of this external structure to maintain the temperatures to have certain crops growing annually in your gardens. There are two ways of setting one up.

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