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Organic Pest Control and Natural Pesticides for Getting rid of Garden Pests and Insects

Started by Just Ash. Last reply by Spirality Sep 10, 2013. 3 Replies

Organic pest control methods are not only environmentally friendly but they are healthier and generally less costly than chemical pesticides. There are many ways for farmers to rid of garden pests…Continue

Tags: Garden, Pests, Insects, Pesticides, Natural


Started by Wayne's World Order. Last reply by CharlieD Sep 19, 2011. 4 Replies

The best thing you can do in the garden at this time of the year is mulch the ground that you are going to be growing on in the spring. Mulch is any organic matter like cardboard, leaves, grass,…Continue


Started by Charish. Last reply by Blue Sunshine Nov 24, 2010. 1 Reply

Read, weep and rebel! …Continue

Watch out for that soft ground! - The soil food web

Started by Wayne's World Order. Last reply by Antaine Oct 22, 2010. 2 Replies

Up until recently I was under the assumption that the plants in my garden get all there nutrients from the soil and the soil alone. Well the assumption stands good until the contrary is proven, and…Continue

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Comment by Kev on August 5, 2012 at 23:42

Had to google it and these seem pretty class...Easy Origami Envelope

Comment by Kev on August 5, 2012 at 23:40

np. I was given a bag of pumpkin and pepper seeds in a money bag and didn't have any problems but paper would be more eco friendly. Newspaper and a stapler or some clever folding perhaps? Origami jumps to mind.

Comment by dúiseoidh tú on August 5, 2012 at 23:14

Thanks for your reply Kev. I'm looking for envelopes to put seeds into. Plastic baggies are no good because seeds are more likely to go mouldy. I think I'l just make them from paper

Comment by Kev on August 5, 2012 at 19:49

Are you talking about envelopes to put seeds into or envelopes with seeds in them? If you mean the former you could get a stack of plastic baggies or money bags from the bank, for the latter check out seedsavers and brown envelope seeds ;)

Comment by dúiseoidh tú on July 23, 2012 at 0:58

Does anybody know where to buy seed envelopes at a reasonable price?

Comment by An Draíocht on August 2, 2011 at 13:15
maybe start a seed saving discussion cloudnine :) i'm getting into it a bit more every year, hasn't been a great year in the garden but will have loads of rocket seeds..have u come across seedsavers group?? http://
Comment by cloudnine on July 15, 2011 at 15:34
O A Solas I have a dog that loves tomaoes should I stop feeding him them?
Comment by cloudnine on July 15, 2011 at 11:49
Heard on radio killer for ahids,grenfly etc soak tomato plant leaves in a bucket measure the qty add same qty of tap water spray on under leaves of plants with green fly (hope it works will be trying it out this following week.
Comment by Diane, Denizen on April 18, 2011 at 8:46
I wouldn't worry about it too much to be honest, you are right of course, we do have fall-out here, its everywhere, but the really nasty elements would have fallen out over the Pacific and over the US, by the time it arrived here it would be minimal. Supplement the diet with iodine is our MO, we are using sea kelp at a high dose to be sure we are getting enough. Any damage is done at this stage, so all we can do is be smart and protect ourselves the best we can, because the government won't.
Comment by Giller's on April 18, 2011 at 2:43
here is another link on the nuclear fallout ! an to not eat dairy produce !

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