Out in the O-Garden

Newsletter May 2016

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I love this time of year!  There is so much going on, and the weather is warm enough for shorts, time to get things going.

Out in the O-Garden Newsletter May 2016

If you've got only a tiny bit of room, make sure there's a pot of herbs and some micro greens.  These are called 'cut and come again' greens, which means they just keep on growing, after you cut off the tops for a salad.

How to Grow Microgreens

Composting is one of the easiest and yet most important skills you can learn.  There's nothing like the alchemy of changing scraps from your kitchen into black gold, and using it to grow food.

Organic Garden Compost

There are a few secrets that I've used in my organic garden - this is the best of all;

Glacial Rock Dust

I don't have chickens any more, but this is one way I know will keep them totally contented and laying lots of eggs for you.

Deep Litter System

I hope you've enjoyed this issue of Out in the O-Garden Newsletter.  Stay tuned for more as the seasons change.  See you then!

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