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Hydroponic Gardening

April 22, 2013
Hydroponic Gardening

Hydroponic gardening has become an increasingly popular medium for growing plants indoors. This popularity is largely due to the technique’s high level of efficiency and much higher yield. The name “hydroponic” is derived from Latin and essentially means “working water”. This name aptly describes the technique, as the growing process is...
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Indoor Gardening

April 2, 2013
Indoor Plants

The Beginner’s Guide to Indoor Vegetable Gardening If you like the idea of freshly harvested vegetables, but you don’t have space (or soil quality) for an outdoor garden, container gardening is the ideal solution. You can grow quite a variety of edibles indoors, without the hard work of digging garden plots,...
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Topsoil Prices – Basic Insights

April 1, 2012
Understanding Topsoil

Topsoil can certainly prove to be a helpful and, in some cases, a necessary addition to your yard or garden. Most people are well aware of the importance of adding topsoil but they may have concerns over the costs involved. For those who do have such concerns, understanding the core makeup...
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Loam Soil vs Topsoil

April 1, 2012
Quality Topsoil

Many people confuse loam soil with topsoil, but the truth is that there is a difference between the two. What is the difference? Many that read this article also read: What is Humus Topsoil When you hear the word “topsoil”, it refers to any kind of soil that is on top....
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Topsoil for Reshaping Land

April 1, 2012
Topsoil and Footprints

Topsoil is the most important part of the soil in your garden, as it is the top layer of ground that will provide your plants with all the nutrients. What happens if the soil begins to erode as you and your family walk around it, or when heavy rains fall? Using...
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Topsoil for Athletic Fields and Golf Courses

April 1, 2012
Not a Golf Course But a Field

Using topsoil for golf courses and athletic fields is not the same as using it for a garden, as the ground has to be much firmer than in your garden. However, the field also has to have lots of nutrients, as that is what will help the grass to grow. In...
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Mulch – Types and Uses

April 1, 2012
Topsoil and Mulch

Mulch is one of the best things to use together with topsoil if you are going to do some gardening. It doesn’t matter if you are planting trees, flowers, bushes, shrubs, fruits, or vegetables; using mulch is a big addition. What is mulch? Mulch is basically organic matter that has been...
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Topsoil for Indoor Potted Plants

April 1, 2012
Indoor Plant

Indoor potted plants require a different variety of nutrients than regular plants, but some of the products that are sold as potting plant topsoil are often inferior. If you want your potted plants to grow properly and stay healthy, consider making your own topsoil with the right mixture of ingredients that...
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Garden Soil for Vegetable Gardens

April 1, 2012
Vegetable Garden

If you want to plant a vegetable garden, you would do well to make quality garden soil to ensure that the ground your plants are going into is fertile. How can you make proper garden soil? Quite easily actually. Steps to make garden soil at home: Step 1: Add manure to...
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What is Humus?

April 1, 2012
Humus-Soil

This is an interesting question, as humus is often confused with compost. However, the truth is that the two are very different. Humus is actually part of soil, it is an organic component in the soil that is non-cellular but that lasts much longer than the soil itself. Humus is made...
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