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Can you use epsom salt for plants in a beneficial way? We explore what it is and whether it’s actually viable for garden use at all.
Can you use urine as fertilizer… and is it safe to do so? We’re exploring the myths and legends as well as the science behind the method!
Seaweed fertilizer can be a powerful tool for plant growth. We talk about this resource, how it’s applied, and even how to make your own!
When developing organic raised bed soil, it can be hard to settle on the perfect mix. We’re demystifying soil science for future success!
If you’ve got silty soil, you may have erosion issues or other problems. Our guide explains how to improve your silt for great growing!
Humble cow manure is a phenomenal addition to most gardens. If you’re not familiar with how to use it, this informative piece will explain!
Sandy soil is one of the major types of soil and has specific benefits and disadvantages. We’ll show you how to improve sandy soils!
Bone meal is an incredibly useful organic fertilizer. Learn about this valuable gardening resource and how to use it in our guide!
Grass clippings are an incredible source of organic matter for your garden and lawn. Discover how to use them to boost plant growth.
Blood meal is a fantastic organic fertilizer high in nitrogen. Learn how to use it most effectively in your garden here.
Rock phosphate or soft rock phosphate fertilizer is a fantastic way to add – you guessed it – more phosphorus to your garden soil.
Bat guano or bat dung is a fantastic fertilizer high in nitrogen and phosphorus. Learn how to apply it to your garden here.