Protect Your Plants Without Harming Your Chicken Flock Using These Natural Pesticide Alternatives

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Having free-roaming chickens on your property brings a lot of benefits, from seeing less pests overall to getting your property naturally fertilized. However, having a flock of chickens on site also means you have to super careful about any toxic chemicals you would normally use in your lawn and garden. Pesticides are the perfect example. If you spray your plants down with the usual pesticides to keep bugs away, you could be harming your flock in the process.…

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Worried About Your Sod? 4 Potential Problems To Watch For

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It’s time to landscape your new home. If sod is part of your landscaping plans, you’ll want to make sure you know how to care for it before it’s placed in your yard. Once sod has established roots, it will be durable and hearty. However, while the roots are developing, you’ll need to take special care of the sod. By knowing what to look for, you’ll be able to keep your sod healthy.…

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Tired Of Harmful Chemical Fertilizer In Your Garden? Find Out About Organic Alternatives

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If you have a backyard garden, you understand the important of using fertilizer. Even if you don’t have rocky, clay-like soil, you will need to use fertilizer in order to grow the biggest, best flowers possible. The problem with many commercially produced fertilizers is that they are made with chemicals. There are two drawbacks to using chemical fertilizers. First, chemical fertilizers dissipate very fast. The soil doesn’t retain the nutrients. This means you have to add chemical fertilizer multiple times through the season.…

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