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    How Does Your Garden Grow?

    Natural remedies for your garden! Cookbook cover photo by Rita L!!!

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    34 Reviews |  By Bergy

    This is really good for between patio stones or rock areas that tend to sprout weeds. Do not use it on your lawn. The weeds will grow back but then just spray them again

    Recipe #37424

    From Grassroots magazine #160

    Recipe #100906

    5 Reviews |  By txgammi

    Highly effective! This recipe was shared with me yesterday by my neighbor, Kathrine. I had to ask her what she put on the weeds at the corner of her lot that adjoins my garden because although her weeds had turned brown and died, so did a large patch of my green grass. That's when she shared this recipe, and let me tell you....IT WORKS! Recipe can be doubled or tripled easily.

    Recipe #97039

    I have never tried this yet but looks interesting, so thought I'd share it

    Recipe #75869

    Anti-fungal, anti-bacterial...and also an insect repellent. This is an organic recipe.

    Recipe #68652

    Oil based mixtures can be used to suffocate mites, scale and other soft-bodies insects. They help to repel leaf miner moths and sometimes even grasshoppers. Avoid using on plants with hairy leaves and during very hot weather. From Gardening Australia.

    Recipe #68331

    Use this spray on plants that are being attacked by caterpillars and other chewing pests. Caterpillars would rather starve than eat leaves sprayed with this. this also has been used by some as a possum repellent. From "Organic Vegetable Gardening" by Annette McFarlane and the Gardening Australia team

    Recipe #68329

    I have not personally had to try this YET, but understand this works better than tomato juice for neutralizing the skunk solution. Use this first, as it won't work if you have already bathed the dog with something else.

    Recipe #65711

    Use the Christmasy cupcake papers and add an a acorn and some greenery to finish them off. The amount will vary with the size of the papers you use.

    Recipe #48776

    2 Reviews |  By Dib's

    This is for your Christmas tree, not YOU!

    Recipe #42429

    This natural sedative will help you relax and drift off into a deep and restful sleep. Enjoy my favourite pillow recipe! This is from the book 'Spa' Glow Guide: Simple steps for health and well being by Andrea Mc Cloud.

    Recipe #112627

    5 Reviews |  By Rita~

    This mixture is just as good if not better then those little packets you get when you buy cut flower. Add this to you home grown cut flowers to enjoy indoors.

    Recipe #114031

    by Carol Martino This mixture is non-toxic and it will not harm any animal, but will succeed in keeping them away. This probably will not work for birds (birds do not have a sense of smell.) Recommended by our local wildlife rehabber.

    Recipe #139376

    3 Reviews |  By Kays

    I've been using this for years on my fruit trees, and it hasn't failed me in this deer-infested area of Western Pennsylvania. As an added bonus, the garlic helps repel insect pests.

    Recipe #160849

    I'd heard that Grapefruit Seed Extract was very effective for cleaning produce (http://www.pureliquidgold.com/), so I set out to find a Veggie Wash recipe to refill my expensive store-bought bottle. I found this one at www.veganforum.com.

    Recipe #163807

    This is from Jerry Baker, America's Master Gardener and it's in his book-Backyard Problem Solver.

    Recipe #151728

    Tired of that old crabgrass that keeps cropping up? Wipe it out by preventing the seeds from sproutiing in the spring. Here's how!

    Recipe #151729

    Black spot fungus can kill your rose plants overnight. But it's easy to fix with this recipe. From Jerry Baker's book Backyard Problem Solver. The recipe says tomatoes, leaves-it calls for tomato leaves.

    Recipe #151731

    This stuff works! Will even de-scent a roadkilled skunk. Has to be made fresh every time.

    Recipe #135821


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