Factors to Consider When Choosing an Amendment
What Are Soil Amendments?
Our first CropLuck will be a little informal event in Long Beach, CA. Please join us. For more information and to R.S.V.P. call us at (657) 221-2311 DATE & TIME: Saturday, March 26th NEIGHBORHOOD: Alamitos Beach area of Long Beach, CA Our intention with CropLuck is that it would be the modern day urban agrarian version of…
For an early start to your spring planting season, sow seed in a cold frame and transplant it into the garden later.
If space is available near a sunny window, start seeds four to eight weeks before the plant-out date in your area (average date of last killing frost). Starting too early usually results in spindly plants due to crowding and lack of sufficient light. Almost any container with drainage holes in the bottom will work for…
Vegetable Garden Basics – a publication of the UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA – Agriculture and Natural Resources
Lawn to Garden in a Single Weekend
It’s all about creating an optimum foundation in which to grow now isn’t it?
As the climate changes, so will our social and economic structures, building stronger communities now through community gardens will help us better adapt to the coming changes and help us create a better world. Now.
Okay, so I’m a little late to the game on this film that was a jury award winner at the 2015 Los Angeles Film Festival but it’s not too late for you to become inspired about the possibilities “planting some shit” can create. So yeah, I can dig this. Can you? “When you put beauty in…
People save seeds for a host of different reasons from ideology to old-fashioned thriftiness.
Since we’re on the subject of seed libraries this weekend I thought I’d share this post from sharpenyourspades as it’s rather timely in regards to what to do once your check out some new seeds from the library. Enjoy!