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Video: Maximize Soil Nutrition With This Simple Tip

Maximize Soil Nutrition with This Simple Tip

Clover is great for your garden soil. It’s a natural nitrogen fixer and an excellent ground cover. People plant it in their gardens and fields as a soil amendment. It helps to replenish the soil of lost nutrients, after growing a heavy feeding crop like tomatoes and squash.

Clover also grows naturally and likes to seed itself among other weeds, like dandelions, grasses, thistles, plantain and many others. However, don’t pull out that clover and dispose of it along with the other weeds.

If you look carefully at clover’s roots, you will discover tiny nodules attached. The more pink they are, the more nitrogen they contain.

Check out the video below to see what you can do with clover, to maximize your soil nutrition.

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The Easiest Way to Propagate Mint

The Easiest Way to Propagate Mint

Do you grow mint? Mint is filled with a love and hate by many gardeners. They love to smell it, add it to tea and use it in cooking, but hate growing it, due to it’s reputation for being invasive.

However, store-bought mint is pricey and doesn’t smell as bright and fresh as home grown mint.

I discovered an easy way to propagate mint from cuttings. If you’re uncomfortable planting mint in the garden, don’t despair. It may be grown in a pot. However, I have a couple tricks for growing it directly in the garden too.

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