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Product Review: Yard Gard Eco Kill Insect Spray

Product Review: Yard Gard Eco Kill Insect Spray

I was sent several bottles of Eco Kill to try out on my garden this year to see if it would help keep the insects away naturally. I tried Eco Kill out because its all natural and non toxic and it’s safe around children and animals. I sprayed my vegetables and herbs with it several times. I also gave a bottle to my mom to use on her garden and she liked that it was all natural and didn’t have a bad smell.

10 Reasons to Have a Family Vegetable Garden

There are few meals that are as rewarding as one that you’ve prepared featuring produce you’ve grown yourself; as food prices rise and the economy struggles to rebound, it’s also a great way to significantly slash your grocery bill. The benefits of cultivating a vegetable garden are almost endless; here are ten reasons why families might want to consider doing so themselves.

Winter Gardening: Indoor Organic Gardening Secrets

Winter Gardening: Indoor Organic Gardening Secrets

Not all of us have the space to grow an outdoor garden. Some of us don’t even have outdoor space. This doesn’t mean you have to sit back and not utilize your green thumb. Indoor gardening is a perfect option for those living in the city, an apartment, or other tight quarters. There are various types of plants that you can grow indoors. You can grow pretty much anything you wish including vegetables and herbs. The first step is to select a container and a location to start your indoor garden. read more….

America’s Oldest Seed Company Needs Your Help

America’s Oldest Seed Company Needs Your Help

The D. Landreth Seed Company has been around since 1784 and is billed as America’s oldest seed company. Last week the company announced that their loan has been called in and their accounts had been frozen. So they launched a campaign to raise one million dollars by selling copies of their 2012 heirloom seed catalog to raise the necessary funds in 30 days or they’d have to close forever. What this means for gardeners is a loss of another independent seed seller, one who carries heirloom seed varieties the big seed companies don’t, and the further shrinking of our seed supply.

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