Weeds indicate soil quality
I am curious what you know about what weeds indicate for soil conditions, & what it indicates for nutrients, whether lacking or abundant. If there is stinging nettle, for example, it should indicate rich & acidic soil, but also dampness in the soil. What can you name for me? Here are a few weeds to kickstart the thought…
Growing plants inside instead of outside?
If you remember I had so much trouble with my raised bed garden last year and so I have been reading about growing plants inside. I am also wondering if I can using regular heating pads (like you would buy in a store) and not heating mats for plants? Also is it possible to raise things like Kale, Spinach, and Swiss Chard…
I've been doing some content writing, and tonight I had to research Bokashi composting. It's interesting. I'm especially interested in the ability to compost animal proteins and bones! Here are some articles I used. The Basics of Bokashi Composting (thespruce.com) Bokashi Composting: Step-by-Step Guide (treehugger.com)…
My local gardener brought me some nice looking soil and mixed up sand with it. I found out it was too acidic and also a bit too heavy. This time around I got some compost from the garden center, strained out the goat poop and mixed it with the other stuff. We don't have potting soil here so trying new seeds can be a…
Skim milk improves soil, plant health and pastures: Watch out grasshopper...and more