Why & How You Should Lime Your Lawn and Garden

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Should you lime your lawn this year? Find out how this natural conditioning agent may be beneficial. Understand the difference between calcitic and dolomitic varieties. Learn about factors that affect soil’s pH balance and discover the only reliable method for making an informed decision, right here on Gardener’s Path.

Bone Meal: Friend or Foe? Learn How to Use It in Your Garden

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Have you heard of adding bone meal to the soil when planting flowers and vegetables? This organic fertilizer is rich in phosphorus and calcium, nutrients essential for healthy roots, foliage, flowers, and produce. Is it the right amendment for your garden? Learn how to be sure, right here on Gardener’s Path.

The Art of Cover Cropping: Sustainable Care for a Happy Garden

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What is cover cropping? Is it right for you, your plants, and your gardening needs? Our simple answer: of course! It might not be as quick as using chemical fertilizers, herbicides, and pesticides – but you’ll soon learn that you’re saving time and money on both soil building and plant food, all while doing your environment and your garden some huge favors. Read about it here at the Gardener’s Path!

Understanding the Soil in Your Own Backyard

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Ready to learn how to get the most beautiful and productive results from your garden? Our article gets to the root of the problem. The soil type in your yard is the key to happy plants. From woodland to seashore and acid to alkaline, this piece will guide you to success. Read more on Gardener’s Path.