/Tag: How-To

Gardening Hacks

2017-03-10T14:50:22+00:00September 19th, 2015|Gardening Tips, How-To's|

How to Get the Most out of Your Garden Many pollinators love lavender, and its strong smell can protect your garden! Let Your Plants Work for You Plant rosemary, bee balm, yarrow, heather, rockcress, hollyhock, and lavender to attract insects that pollinate your plants AND eat bad insects that harm your crops (rosemary and lavender—due to their strong scent—as well as yarrow—due to its texture—have the added benefit of repelling [...]

Fall Gardening

2017-03-08T02:09:46+00:00August 28th, 2015|Gardening Tips, How-To's, Using Worm Castings|

Okay, so the growing season is winding down. The corn is done; I’ve pulled up all the stalks and given them to the goats, who devoured them like “kids” eating sugarcane. The bush beans are looking straggly and even the squash has played out. The only thing that seems to be thriving is the okra. I have put up all the okra I can, even putting small pods in the leftover juice from jars [...]

How to Make Worm Tea

2017-03-07T17:43:13+00:00August 11th, 2015|Gardening Tips, How-To's, Worm Tea|

We produce and promote worm tea as opposed to compost tea because it is a superior product in every way. Worm tea is made from pure worm castings whereas compost tea is made from composted materials, which can vary greatly in quality and nutritional value. Furthermore, the worm casting production method we use is uniform, producing a consistently superior casting. Thus, our worm tea always meets our high quality standards. The Benefits of [...]