Introduction to Worm Farming

Worm Farming: A Green Way To Earn Easy Money

Now, you can learn the complex and nuanced skills that it takes to run a Great quality worm farm! Worm farming is not the simple task that all too many make it out to be; there is far more to it than just simply putting a bunch of worms in a box and leaving them to their own devices. Real, sustainable worm farming is an art form that few can master. This ebook teaches you the never-before-revealed secrets to great worm farming. You do not need to worry about ever having worm farmed before; you can get started with no previous experience! You can actually generate an income from worm farming You can also grow the best quality vegetables and fruits in the soil that the worms have turned. This ebook will teach you all of those skills and more Get started farming! Continue reading...

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High Input Organic Agriculture

At the beginning of this publication, organic farming was described as a system that uses a minimum of off-farm inputs. While that describes most of organic agriculture as it is currently practiced in the U.S., certified organic farming can also entail much greater reliance on off-farm inputs. Intensive annual strawberry and vegetable systems under plasticulture are good examples. In these systems, traditional rotations and soil building practices are usually employed, followed by clean...

The Importance of Soil pH

Blueberries are distinct among fruit crops in their soil and fertility requirements. As members of the Rhododendron family, blueberries require an acidic (low pH) soil, preferably in the 4.8 to 5.5 pH range. When soil pH is appreciably higher than 5.5, iron chlorosis often results when soil pH drops below 4.8, the possibility of manganese toxicity arises. In either case, plants do not perform well. Blueberries have a relatively low nitrogen requirement and thrive on organic fertilizers. Soil pH...

More Sustainabile Fertilization

Each gardener should strive to use less and less fertilizer brought in from outside his or her own garden area. This will be especially true when such amendments become scarce due to the increased number of people using them. There are at least 4 ways to create a more closed system garden, to which few resources are imported 1. Use most of the food you grow at home, so all the residues are returned to your soil. Export as little as possible of your valuable soil resource. 2. Grow some trees....

Different Organic Methods

There are many schools of thought within the organic gardening community. Some organic gardeners garden in moderation that is, while they prefer compost and organic fertilizers, sometimes they also use chemicals in controlling insects. Other gardeners treat organic gardening like an exacting and exact science. Between these extremes fall several other variations, including Biodynamic gardening A rather strict discipline of gardening in balance with Mature, based on the principles of Rudolph...

Rganic Fertilizers

Nutrients are usually released more slowly. They last longer in soil, supplying nutrients over a longer time. There's less danger of burning plant roots than there is with concentrated synthetic types. There's less danger of oversup-plying one nutrient, upsetting the soil balance and causing deficiencies of other nutrients. There is less danger of toxic salt buildup. These fertilizers enhance (he activity of soil organisms- They are less apt to burn or shock soil organisms. They supply...

Long Term Care for Landscape Trees and Shrubs

Pruning Erect Blackberries

Established trees and shrubs need less attention than just about any other landscape plants. Except in unusual circumstances, they rarely need watering. They need little fertilizer. All they ask for are observation for potential problems and occasional pruning to keep them healthy and respectable-looking. Unless your soil is unusually infertile or you want your trees to grow extra fast, you don't need to fertilize them regularly. If you do choose to fertilize, don't apply more than 1 pound of...

Basic Gardening Resources

Vo many resources for purchasing plants and tools or just gathering information are available that beginning gardeners are often intimidated by the vastness of it all. With this appendix, I attempt to break down the sheer volume of gardening information into some simple, basic Web sites that you can use as a starting point for exploring the resources at your disposal. These recommended sites offer a wealth of info on many aspects of gardening, and they're the ideal place to start when exploring...

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How Kill Sand Spurs Weeds

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Fast release Versus slow release

Applying nutrients in a form that plants can use immediately may seem logical, but often, that strategy isn't the best one. The nutrients in fast-release, or highly soluble, fertilizers are ready to use as soon as you apply them. The problem is that plants may not be able to use all the nutrients right away, so any excess nutrients can leach away or run off, possibly leading to stream or groundwater pollution. Later, when the plant is ready to use the nutrients, they're gone. Most organic...

Thermal Death Points For Common Parasites And Pathogens

Thermal Death Time Chart

Ascaris lumbricoides eggs Within 1 hour at temps over 500C Brucella abortus or B. suis Within 1 hour at 550C Corynebacterium diptheriae Within 45 minutes at 550C Entamoeba histolytica cysts Within a few minutes at 450C Escherichia coli One hr at 550C or 15-20 min. at 600C Micrococcus pyogenes var. aureus Within 10 minutes at 500C Mycobacterium tuberculosis var. hominis . Within 15 to 20 minutes at 660C Necator americanus Within 50 minutes at 450C Salmonella spp Within 1 hr at 55C 15-20 min. at...

Fertilizers Once Marketed

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Fertilizer and Lime

Vegetable gardens will not reach their potential unless the soil is properly limed and fertilized. Liming decreases soil acidity, increases fertilizer availability and reduces certain physiological problems such as blossom-end-rot of tomatoes, peppers and watermelons. A soil test is the only reliable method of determining the optimum amount of lime and fertilizer to apply. Instructions for taking soil samples and soil sample boxes are available at your county Extension office. The samples are...

The correct use of fertilizer

It is important to ensure that sufficient nutrients are available to young plants. If composts are correctly formulated they should contain an adequate amount. However, seedlings, for example, are germinated in a compost containing only phosphate as soon as they begin to show green leaves they will benefit from feeding with nitrogen and potash to encourage growth. Although it is possible for the gardener to make up his own soluble feed it is far simpler and much more reliable to use one of the...

Cultivating Roses

Dead Flowers Vase

Roses need plenty of nutrients and regular watering to grow vigorously and flower profusely. You don't need synthetic chemical rose fertilizers, though many organic options are available. Organic fertilizers such as fish emulsion, compost, and aged manure not only contribute nutrients to soils but also provide organic matter that has positive, long-term benefits on soil health. Compared with chemical fertilizers, organic fertilizers also release their nutrients more slowly over a longer period...

Sonnet

Tetragonia Expansa New Zealand Spinach

Common names garden sorrel, herb patience or spinach dock, French sorrel, spinach rhubarb. Botanical name Rumex acetosa, Rumex patientia, Rumex scutatus, Rumex abyssinicus. Few varieties are available commercially grow the variety available in your area. Garden sorrel, French sorrel, and herb patience or spinach dock are all good for eating. Several varieties of sorrel will do well in your garden. Garden sorrel R. acetosa grows about three feet tall and produces leaves that are good used fresh...

If You Decide to Buy Compost

Don t buy all of one kind of compost if you decide to not make it yourself. Dont let the clerk sell you the best and most popular, especially if its loose and not bagged. Heres why. All commercial compost is a byproduct from one industry. It might be the wood, cattle, mushroom, cannery, cotton, or soybean industry that has a waste product and they have to get rid of it. They said, u What if we take our waste product sawdust, manure, vines, pulp, or husks and compost it, people will pay us and...

Animalbased fertilizers

Whether by land, by sea, or by air, animals, fish, and birds all provide organic fertilizers that can help plants grow. Following are some of the most commonly available kinds Manures Animal manures provide lots of organic matter to the soil, but most have low nutrient value. A few, such as chicken manure, do have high available nitrogen content. In general, use only composted manures, because fresh manures can burn tender roots. You can find much more information on manures and the many...

Adding Fertilizers and Compost

Adding Fertilizers

Add fertilizers and other amendments one at a time. Avoid windy days, and hold the fertilizer close to the bed surface when spreading. Use the different colors to help you. The soil is dark, so sprinkle on a light-colored fertilizer such as oyster shell flour first, then a darker fertilizer such as alfalfa meal , and so on. It is better to underapply the fertilizers because you can go back over the bed afterward to spread on any leftover, but it is difficult to pick up fertilizer if too much...

How to make the most of your climate

Vegetable Gardening

Whatever the climate is like where you live, you are not entirely at the mercy of the elements. There are certain improvements you can make to enable you to grow some vegetables that would not normally do well in your area. Don't expect miracles you can improve conditions, but you can't change the climate. No amount of watering can change a desert into a vegetable garden however, if the average rainfall in your area is reasonable, a few hours of watering can improve it more than you'd think...

Essential Elements

A knowledge of plant nutrients is essential to successful gardening. Of all the elements present in the soil, only about 15 are needed for plant growth carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, calcium, magnesium, manganese, iron, sulfur, boron, zinc, copper, and molybdenum. Carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are involved in photosynthesis. Carbon dioxide is a gas present in the atmosphere. It is used in photosynthesis and restored in the atmosphere by the oxidation of...

Potting mixes

Soil Mix For Vegetable Garden

A good potting mix must be loose enough to let the roots develop freely. It must provide enough air space despite container compacting to allow good air and water circulation it must have the right pH balance and it must retain nutrients and water yet still drain well. To fulfill these requirements, most potting mixes are a good combination of organic matter and minerals. The organic component may be peat moss, compost, bark, redwood sawdust, shavings, or any combination of these. The mineral...

Buying compost in bulk

For larger quantities of compost, buy in bulk. The price is less in quantity, and you can check the quality of the compost as well. Many private companies, municipalities, and community groups make and sell compost. Often, they even deliver the compost to your yard for a fee. Use these tips to evaluate bulk compost Consider the source. Before buying the compost, ask about the primary, organic-matter sources that were used to make the compost. Compost made from yard waste leaves and grass...

All New Square Foot Gardening

Pvc Square Foot Gardening

The frame is lightweight arid is easy to lift off your 4x4. Remove it to water, prune, or harvest. When placing your protective cage, 37 r the fames line up. This will keep all kinds of critters from taking your harvest. 12 inches tall, and a few at 18 inches tall they will be available at the right time they're needed for your garden. If you have a couple of these cages made ahead of time, say at 6, 12, or 18 inches tall, they will be available to pick at the right time they are needed for...

Organic Fertilizers

In Tennessee, certification of materials for use as organic fertilizers is currently handled by the Tennessee Land Stewardship Association. The word organic applied to fertilizers usually means that the nutrients contained in the product are derived solely from the remains of a once-living organism. If these products are registered with the Tennessee Department of Agriculture as fertilizers, they will have the fertilizer grade stated on the package labels. These labels may or may not include...

Monitoring soil nutrient levels

A good nutrient management plan involves on-going monitoring of soil nutrients. You can request a standard soil test through your Cooperative Extension Service. These tests provide an assessment of plant-available nutrients, as well as soil acidity or alkalinity pH , nutrient holding capacity CEC, or cation exchange capacity , and trace sub stances such as sodium Na and boron B that may be present at toxic levels. Organic producers and inspectors should use these tests to Determine levels of...

Foliage Plants

House Plant With Red Elongated Leaves

During the winter months, it is very difficult to provide a sufficient number of flowering pot plants to meet your house requirements so during this period foliage plants become essential. In this context it is to be understood that the term 'house plant refers to plants which are grown for their foliage, the flowers of such plants, being very insignificant, are usually removed when they appear. The ten house plants covered by this chapter are all plants which I have grown in the house over...

Growing media

Although it can be done, few herbs are raised in soil inside greenhouses. More often, they are raised in a soilless medium. Some farmers' markets now require this. Certified organic greenhouse-grown herbs must be raised in a certified organic potting mix. Commercial potting mixes typically contain wetting agents and synthetic fertilizers and are not allowable, requiring organic growers either to mix their own or to purchase a certified organic mix. See the ATTRA publication Potting Mixes for...

Papaya

Papaya Carica papaya L. native to southern Mexico and Central America is an economically important fruit crop of tropical and subtropical regions. In 2006 about 7 million t of papaya were produced on approximately 370 000 ha worldwide http faostat.fao.org . However, most of the papaya plantations of the world suffer from the destructive disease caused by Papaya ringspot virus PRSV . Transformation in papaya is mainly based on an Agrobacterium tumefaciens-mediated method into callus, somatic and...

Fertilizer Label

The fertilizer guaranteed analysis or grade, stated on the bag, refers to how much of an element is in the material the guaranteed minimum quantity present based on percentage by weight. All fertilizers are labeled with three numbers which give the percentage by weight of total nitrogen N , citrate-soluble phosphorus expressed as P2O5 and water-soluble potassium expressed as K2O , respectively. Often, to simplify matters, these numbers are said to represent nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium N,...

Step by Step

Tool For Growing Vegetable

Spread a layer of compost over the entire area to be dug. Spread a layer of compost over the entire area to be dug. Using a spade, remove the soil from a trench 1 foot deep and 1 foot wide across the width of the bed, and put the soil into buckets or a wheelbarrow for use in making compost and flat soil. If the bed is 5 feet wide, the soil will fill 7 5-gallon buckets. The trench is being dug across the width of the bed. Sides of bed may be dug outward into path. Sides of bed may be dug outward...

Management of crop nutrients and soil fertility

Organic soil fertility management is based on feeding the soil a rich, complex diet of plant residues, animal manures, and compost. In contrast, conventional agriculture simplifies crop nutrient and soil fertility management by feeding the plant soluble nutrients. Thus, crop nutrition in conventional agriculture can be managed with three pieces of information 1 the amounts of nutrients used by the crop during the growing season, 2 the amount of plant-available nutrients in the soil, and 3 the...

The Autopot

Relatively new to the market here in the US is the Autopot. A unique, self-feeding planter that has proven very reliable in commercial installations around the world. Within each Autopot double tray module resides a SmartValve that automatically sub-irrigates plants with nutrient solution on demand. Since the SmartValve can be gravity fed, there is no need for pumps and timers for small installations 20 trays or less . This makes the Autopot ideal for use in unsupervised locations or where...

Master Charts

The Master Charts that follow should help your gardening efforts. The charts for grains, compost crops, trees, and other crops provide a picture of what you can accomplish in your own backyard or small farm-holding. Also see Ecology Action's Backyard Homestead, Mini-Farm and Garden Log Book. Additional information about special seed sources and harvesting, cleaning, grinding, storing, and preserving these crops will be included in the future. The charts are largely based on our many years of...

The Grow Biointensive Sustainable Mini Farm

Biointensive Plant Spacing

Approximate Crop Area Percentages for Sustainability 60 30 10 Approximately 40 beds 4,000 sq ft for one person 5,000 sq ft including paths high-calorie root crops e.g., potatoes for maximum calories -12 beds 60 carbon-and-calorie crops e.g., grains for maximum carbon and satisfactory calorie production -24 beds 10 vegetable crops e.g., salad crops for vitamins and minerals 4 beds If desired, 50 to 75 of the vegetable crops area may be used for income crops. CLARIFICATIONS AND EXAMPLES FOR THE...

Dry chemical fertilizers

Powdered These are sold as a combination of materials in powdered form. They provide vegetables quick access to nutrient material, but blow away easily and leach out quickly. Pelletized-granular Powdered fertilizer is compressed into pellets. These pellets are easy to spread and release the nutrients slowly as the pellets break down. Time-release The fertilizer pellets are coated with resin or a similar substance. The nutrients slowly diffuse through the resin. When watered, the surface is worn...

Lorraine Begonias

Planting Daffodils Pots

These are the fibrous-row led. winter-flowering begonias and they are delightful plants. They arc more graceful than the tuberous begonias and lhe stems arc more wiry . A minimum temperature of 16 C. 60 F.J is needed to grow ihem welt Cuttings. To obtain young basal grow ths for cuttings the stems of the plants are cut hack to wiihin a few inches of their base afier flowering. Kepi in warm conditions new shoots soon develop and these can be removed in February as cuttings. A suitable rioting...

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