Natural Skincare Guide-homemade Recipes

July 14, 2012 by Mario  
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Maintain Healthy, Younger Looking Skin With Homemade Recipes For Cleansers, Toner, Moisturizers, Exfoliators, Face Masks & Sunscreen As Per Your Skin Type.
Natural Skincare Guide-homemade Recipes

Herbs The Natural Alternative

July 12, 2012 by Mario  
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Best Ebook On This Subject! Great Conversion Rate. 100+ Pages All New And Illustrated For Easy Herb Identification. 60% Commission On Sales. Affiliate Resources Provided Plus Training.
Herbs The Natural Alternative

The Natural Spade

January 25, 2012 by Mario  
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The Complete Garden Guide. A Membership Site Which Allows You To Create Your Ideal Garden Paradise Using Natural/organic Concepts And Techniques.
The Natural Spade

Garden Girl TV: Natural Insect Control with Diatomaceous Earth

February 16, 2011 by Mario  
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Patti Moreno the Garden Girl shows you how she controls insects in her garden, by using diatomaceous earth! www.gardengirltv.com and http Use the CC button to view subtitles in any language. Natural Garden Pest Insect Control Using Diatomaceous eEarth So a lot of people ask me, Patti you are an organic gardener, what do you do about all of this little bugs and slugs and all that stuffs that farmers for so long had been trying to come back. Well, I have one of the most amazing products that I discovered. It is actually been use for a really, really long time and it is called Diatomaceous earth Now, Diatomaceous earth is actually fertilized algae that is found in sedimentary rock and it forms of powdery substance pretty easily. If you are asking what are you doing right now? Why are you watering your garden and watering all the leaves of your garden? Well the reason why I am doing that because I am going to spread the Diatomaceous earth or DE as also known on of my plants. And I want my powder to stick to the leaves of the plants so they have to be moist; they have to have water on them. In order for the dust to stick to the plants, now this is the Diatomaceous earth . This is actually a duster and what we use to dust the crops and let me show you in here. That is the powdery substance, now this is a completely safe for humans and for animals. So really do not have to worry about it getting you know into any other animals that might be around and this is the fun part. [DEMO

How To Garden Organically Using Natural Mulch

January 21, 2011 by Mario  
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Herbfest video shows how to use natural organic material found in any wooded area to organically grow herb plants and vegetable in your garden. The HerbFest benefits a children charity, the Graham Johnson Cultual Arts Endowment, www.gjcae.org.

Natural Pest Control For Your Vegetable Garden

January 7, 2011 by Mario  
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besthealthever.com BUGS, BUGS, BUGS. They’ve been eating a lot of my lettuce, kale & spinach lately. So I thought it was time to do some research on natural pest control & here’s what I found out. You don’t need to use any chemicals, not that I would any way. You’ve probably already got the ingredients at home. And also there’s plenty of different ways to go about it, you just need to try them out & see if they work. Ingredients for Natural Pest Control 1/3 cup of olive oil 1/3 cup of filtered or distilled water 20 Drops of peppermint or eucalyptus oil (Mix together in a spray bottle)

How to Create & Manage an Organic Garden : Using Natural Predators for Organic Gardens

November 3, 2010 by Mario  
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Natural predators can keep your garden healthy and pesticide-free.Learn more in this free educational video series. Expert: Steve Contact: www.myspace.com/solorganics_hydroponics Bio: Steve is the owner of Sol Organics and Hydroponics in San Antonio, Texas, which as been open since 2001. His knowledge comes from years of practice. He was also a student of Future Farmers of America. Filmmaker: julio costilla

Vermicomposting Trench – All Natural Fertilizer Factory for Your Garden!

July 30, 2010 by Mario  
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www.RedWormComposting.com Presents…”The Vermicomposting Trench” – This is a system I came up with back in the summer of 2008, when I was attempting to process hundreds of pounds of food waste provided by a local restaurant. Let me first point out the fact that I in NO way am claiming to have “invented” trench composting – this is just my twist on it. My trenches have worked really well thus far – and the ’08 summer food waste extravaganza was particularly impressive (the next summer I used manure as my main material). It’s a great way to grow plants and put your composting worms to good use in the garden – and avoid the hassle of trying to separate out the worm compost!

Natural Tree Care 101 Pruning….

July 26, 2010 by Mario  
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Here is part One of a two part show. In this part, I discuss how to prune a fruit tree. In the second part I talk about tree diseases and show you how to make your own organic fertilizers for it.

How to Use Store Bought for Natural Pest Control by Invisible Gardener Gone Wild on TV

July 15, 2010 by Mario  
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andy on local organic gardening channel shows how he uses tabasco sause, natural soap, otko. very informative. InvisibleGardener.com

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