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Before and After Lemon: The Green Grape Juice (alias Verjuice)
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To Sow or Not to Sow in Winter Spring? Answer to Another Reader’s Question.
We have to pick grapes nowadays (in the middle and at the end of July), because when they start ripening, it is too late. Red grapes have to be picked before the colour changes, and white ones before lightening, when they already have enough juice.
To Dig or Not to Dig? Answer to a Reader’s Question.
I thought it is worth giving a detailed answer to our reader’s timely question, which I reckon may sound interesting to many of us.
Fresh Vegetables Throughout Winter
A few days ago I got a letter from a friend of ours, a loyal reader of our website. The question was: “Do you always dig your garden? Which side do you take in the debate on whether to dig or not to dig?” The up-to-dateness of the question inspired me to come up with […]
Eco-friendly Wastewater Management 1. – Principles
There is a huge misunderstanding that we have to lack fresh vegetables from the garden or tray from the balcony during winter. Naturally, we have to grow most of high-nutrient tubers and root-crops in general growing period, nonetheless, vegetables that can be produced in wintertime may be used as complement food, one that supplements our […]
Homemade Strawberry Preserve
In our green household series, so far we have spoken on eco-friendly washing detergents and gels. One of the main reasons of using them is that they function in an eco-friendly way, that is to say to use these makes less damage to the environment than the use of their conventional equivalents. In the following […]
Plant Coupling and Crop Rotating in Organic Gardens
Strawberry, one of our most delicious, nectarean fruit is growing ripe these days. It may be grown successfully in a separated part of the vegetable garden or in a simple pot, as its demand for place is quite simple. If we plant purchased seedlings or strong sprouts derived from the stems of strawberry bed at […]
Homemade Detergents: Washing Soda and Household Soap
This week we are going to deal with an inevitable topic. Use of plant coupling and rotation of crops helps us maintain the health of vegetables, and thus provide fresh produce throughout the whole vegetation period. This article is based on experience from Krishna Valley and research into specialized literature. The whole text is derived […]
Planning the Kitchen Garden
It is not a question nowadays why it is advisable to swap hard (synthetic) chemicals for green (natural) detergents, as well as using homemade ointments and creams instead of cosmetics and detergents from shops. Besides preserving our environment and protecting our health, it is the length of our purse that makes a lot of us […]
At the end of winter a spark of excitement penetrates individuals inclined and interested in gardening. Most of the snow has already melted in the gardens and daylights are considerably longer. Now, as spring is approaching, it is time to fulfill our dreams. When planning the kitchen garden, the first question to consider is how […]