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What is Mulch: A Basic Idea for The Beginners

In my past blogs, I kept mentioning about Mulch. I know many of the gardeners are totally aware of this term, but I can feel the confusion a beginner will face while others keep mentioning about mulching. People are asking me about what is mulch. So I have decided to…

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Organic Pest Control

This article is a follow-up to my earlier article on organic gardening. I have already discussed what it means to be organic and the benefits of going organic. Now let’s dig a little deeper and actually look at some of the real options of organic pest control. Most of us…

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What is Coco Coir and How to Use Coir in Gardening

Coconut coir or coco coir is nowadays a popular choice for growing plants. It has certainly replaced peat moss as growing medium in many cases and rightly so. Coir has several advantages over peat moss which we will discuss in this article. This is a follow-up article from our earlier…

The Real Meaning of Going Organic

What organic gardening means to you? Most of the people will say Gardening without using chemical fertilizer or pesticides on their plants, but this is only the 50% of the story. When we talk about Gardening organically, we think of plants as the part of the whole ecological system. So…

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A simple guide to plant pollination

If you are a regular follower of this blog you must be aware that through this blog, we are trying to create an awareness about organic gardening. We have discussed quite a few organic gardening techniques in the past. Did you know that by simply changing the arrangement of planting…

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Oregano growing tips

Oregano is a very common ingredient in Italian dishes. It is a perennial herb and has many varieties. But not every variety is suitable for every purpose. Some varieties are good to taste whereas some are best for ornamental purposes. So consult your local nursery shop before deciding the variety…