Garden Tips

Fall Garden Tips by Patricia Byrne Published in Living Natural First Magazine I have often encouraged readers to learn how to grow some of their food. Even if you do not have a garden in the spring or summer, you can have a fall garden. You might also consider finding or starting a community garden. We are looking at a time when we should all realize how important it i... Read more

Insect Control

Insect Control during Droughts by Patricia Byrne Published in Living Natural First Magazine Any insect can be controlled by using Diatomaceous Earth insecticide. Diatomaceous Earth insecticides are inexpensive and go a long way. They can be used wet or dry. It is a false statement tha... Read more

What you really Need to Know about DE

What you really Need to Know about Diatomaceous Earth by Patricia Byrne Published in Living Natural First Magazine I was once having a conversation with a friend about different types of Diatomaceous Earth deposits. My friend was wondering how deposits of fossilized diatoms, which were formed thousands of years ago, could be only fresh water since the planet was once c... Read more

Best Dirt Additive

Best Dirt Additive Dallas 2012 - Minerals Plus
Dallas Observer http://www.dallasobserver.com/bestof/2012/award/best-dirt-additive-2819425/ "So you want to plant some posies in... Read more

Pick Your Mulch

This year’s mulch becomes next year’s compost! This means as the mulch decomposes it puts valuable organic matter back into the soil that helps keep it loose which promotes root growth. Mulching also protects soil from erosion, reduces compaction from the impact of heavy rains, and retains moisture reducing the need for frequent watering. Mulch even helps the soil to maintain a more even soil ... Read more

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