Cloned Plants and Hydroponics Systems

Posted by on February 17, 2013
By Johnathon Black Cloning is not a new technique nor does it require complicated laboratory equipment. One does not need an advanced degree in biology or genetic engineering to understand and do cloning. People who are not scientists or even have any formal education can easily accomplish cloning. Ever since agriculture and livestock domestication...
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By Clifford Woods Organic Garden (Photo credit: vmiramontes) Organic Gardening, unlike what majority of people perceive, is quite simple. What it means is not introducing chemicals or synthetic products like fertilizers and pesticides into your garden. Yep, that’s it. It is that simple and most people who have pets and kids, perhaps already garden...

Indoor Composting

Posted by on February 1, 2013
Composting (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By Clifford Woods Composting can be termed as the conversion of waste in to usable fertilizer; it is largely a natural phenomenon in which, the decomposition of the waste materials happens under the presence of Oxygen. The large particles of waste are broken down in to finer pieces by the action of bacteria, worms,...
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Fantastic Garden Colour

Posted by on January 29, 2013
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Video: How To Make Compost

Posted by on January 22, 2013
How To Make Compost is a step-by-step guide to making compost for your garden by Bunnings Warehouse. Knowing how to correctly make compost is important and this easy to follow ‘How To’ video will help you learn how to make any compost. View more D.I.Y. Videos at A picture of compost...
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Light Expanded Clay Aggregate, commonly used in blocks, slabs, geotechnical fillings, lightweight concrete, water treatment, hydroponics and hydroculture. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) By Graham Brightwell Although hydroponic gardening do not use soil, “hydro-farmers” make use of different growing mediums to support the roots of the plants....
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Flower & pot (Photo credit: Vijay Sonar) By Kimberly Harris Gardening is a great pastime for those who enjoy working with their hands. It is also a great way to grow some food or simply to beautify a house or lawn with flowers. Gardening is not only limited to those with medium to large size lawns. Many individuals without much green space can also...
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