Organic Gardening For Beginners

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Organic Gardening For Beginners

An introduction to growing food and herbs without the use of poisons.

Website: http://sharingbackyards.com
Location: Global
Members: 219
Latest Activity: Jul 30, 2016

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Treating wood? 12 Replies

Hi, I made some raised beds to grow veggies in out of untreated macrocarpa planks, because I didnt want any of those nasty chemicals leaching into the soil. However, I was wondering if there is any…Continue

Started by kim. Last reply by kiwi brown Jan 24, 2013.

Organic treatment for white butterflys

Hi folks,A quick question: we have bee hives at our cooperative garden. What is the best way to control white butterflys and their caterpillars without harming the bees? We are trying to avoid using…Continue

Started by Steph Clout Sep 24, 2012.

Strawberry root weevil 1 Reply

Two years ago our strawberry plants were suffering badly from what I think it strawberry root weevil. I took all the plants up, dusted as much soil as possible from them, and replanted them in…Continue

Started by Alice. Last reply by Christopher Jan 8, 2012.

Starting from scratch 7 Replies

Hi,We have the wonderful (?) opportunity to start from scratch in a reasonable sized backyard (its a rental and our landlord is keen for us to do sustainability stuff). At the moment it's mostly…Continue

Started by Karen. Last reply by Karen Aug 24, 2010.

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Comment by Diane SQ on September 28, 2009 at 11:13pm
Hi everyone,
We are setting up a new community learning gardening space around Ellerslie-Remuera. Our focus at present is building up fertility as quickly as possible, with the establishment of hot compost piles on future growing areas. Come and join us and learn how to do this at your place. In return we will ask you to help us building up the piles, We are planning to have sessions on Thursday afternoon and evening. Diane 418 04 38
Comment by Racheal Clark on September 22, 2009 at 9:44pm
hi everyone, ive just bought a house with a vege garden. there is very little planted at the moment and im wondering if i should put down some fertiliser or mulch or something before i start to plant? Im pretty new to gardening and want to start out properly, any advice would be appreciated
 

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