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    Default Article: Thrifty Alternatives to Expensive Gardening Products

    How to make your own gardening products using basic items around the home, these thrifty tips can save you hundreds of dollars normally spent on unnecessary chemical laden store bought counterparts

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    liked the list of pest deterrent plants

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    I am going to try some of these ideas. thank you for sharing.

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    Default Re: Article: Thrifty Alternatives to Expensive Gardening Products

    Wow! I am already learning so much of the things I have to 'search for' on the web. Thank You!!! YAYYYYYY!!! I Love to garden, but am pretty naive about bug, disease, and soil stuff. And I DO NOT want to put chemicals on my food, or in my yard.

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    Not the first time I have heard about using urine for the garden. I think I will try it this spring on the lawn first.

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    Thanks for these idea's, will have to give a couple a go and see how they work.

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    This will come in handy in the coming months.

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    I have been saving egg shells, banana peels, and coffee grounds all winter. I can hardly wait for spring to try this stuff. Especially the ground egg shells for the slugs.

 

 

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