8 BEAUTIFUL UGLY EARTH WORMS

The bush grows naturally because it was designed by an intelligent, caring God who loves beauty. The ugly earthworm has a beautiful purpose- to heal the soil aerate it and fertilize it. Do not kill them but provide a comfortable environment for them – then they will work night and day for you and the garden.

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7 THE ORGANIC BLANKET

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6 WATERING YOUR SEEDS OR SEEDLINGS

Wrong watering can wash out the seeds and seedlings. Right watering can minimise water use while maximizing germination and growth.

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5 PLANTING THE VEGETABLES

Now comes the planting of the vegtables. If you do this slapdash they will still grow, but growth will not be maximized. take care to plant them the right way and you will benefit fully.

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4. FERTILIZERS, COMPOSTS AND MANURES

Fertilizers are to narrow a benefit, but manures and composts have awide range of benefit to your plants. I have seen tomatoes bear fruit in large bunches like grapes. Phillip Gombaraga dug a pit, layered it with his dry maize stalks and soil and planted some banana seedlings. Now he has enjoyed fresh fruit for years.

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3 PREPARING YOUR VEGGIE BED

What you sow you reap and the initial preparation of your vegetable bed is fundamentally important. Dig it down to knee depth and one poace wide. Fill the trench with dry or green plant material. Cover it and level the bed. Make sure the bed is level, even if you have to make steps.

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2 PLANNING THE CITY GARDEN

Planning, planning, planning. If you will just take one hour to plan your garden, you will enjoy the consequences. Plant in haste- repent at your own leisure. You may have to replant a tree or to redo a whole veggie bed. Take tips from this blog

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