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Building Raised Beds To Reduce The Weeds In Your Garden

Posted on July 31, 2015 at 7:03 PM Comments comments (0)
Learn some tips that can help you grow a much better garden for you, your family, or your business. You can determine what you need, so that you don't waste time and money on equipment you don't need, or the wrong kinds of seeds.

It can be very hard to shovel clay soil, especially when it sticks to your shovel as you are working. Take the hard work out of using a shovel in clay soil by rubbing a light coat of car or floor wax over the surface with a clean cloth and buff the surface. Not only will the clay slide off the surface, but it will keep the end from rusting.

Be sure to weed your garden. Weeds can take a promising garden and turn it into a shell of its potential. You might want to think about using white vinegar to do this. That's right, you have safe way to get rid of weeds right there in your kitchen cabinet. Use a spray bottle full of white vinegar and you won't have to use your hands.

When dealing with any type of seeds in gardening, it's important that you soak them overnight in a cool, dark location. Soak the seeds by placing them in a container where they are covered with water. The idea here is for your seeds to become fully hydrated by the time they hit the dirt. This way, the seeds you have planted will have some chance of growing.

Keep your fragile shrubs protected from the winter weather. Fragile shrubs, that are planted in pots, should be covered to protect them during the cold season. Tie the tops tightly together, and cover the wigwam with a sheet or blanket draped loosely over it. This is more effective than putting plastic on the plant, it will let the air flow.

A little bit of research will go a long way, especially when you pair it with patience. Once you see the garden you've created, you'll know all your efforts were worthwhile.

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