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Weight Loss: Vegetable Gardening Makes for Great Exercise

05.31.2009 · Posted in Gardening Articles

This spring, summer and autumn, pass on jogging that extra block and start doing a little vegetable gardening for extra exercise. You will burn calories and the end result, besides weight loss, will yield food for your nutrition plan. ...

Weight Loss: Grow Your Own Health and Nutrition in Your Backyard

05.27.2009 · Posted in Health Articles

With a healthy nutrition plan you can easily lose 5 to 10 pounds in your first week, but did you also know you can actually grow some of the foods right in your backyard? ...

Composting: Helpful Tips to Creating Nutrient Rich Compost

05.24.2009 · Posted in Gardening Articles

Frost can delay your morning commute, make roadways unsafe and wipe out your vegetable garden. Make sure you are monitoring frost in your area. ...

Compost Tea: The Natural Elixir of Gardening that Mother Nature has Perfected

05.21.2009 · Posted in Gardening Articles

There is no chemical on the market that is more natural and better for your gardens than that liquid sensation known as compost tea. Here are some benefits of using compost tea and an overview of how it is made. ...

Three Reasons why You should be Adding Vermicompost to Your Soil

05.20.2009 · Posted in Gardening Articles

Vermicompost is the end result of worms feeding on organic matter, most notably food waste. Here are three reasons why (if you aren ...

Potato Origin

05.20.2009 · Posted in Cooking Articles

A potato is a tuberous, starchy crop that belongs to the Solanaceae family’s perennial Solanum tuberosum. The word may be regarded to the plant itself. Along the Andes region, there are species of closely-related cultivated potatoes. ...

Adding Vermicompost to Your Soil will Increase Vegetable Gardening Success

05.19.2009 · Posted in Gardening Articles

Vegetable gardening can be as simple as planting a seed and adding water, but if you want your garden to excel, you should be adding vermicompost to your soil. ...