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Updated by Richard Spencer on Apr 17, 2018
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4 awesome methods of soil management

Understanding your soil

Whether you own your allotment or have your garden you will know that if the plant is not in the right place it will not do well.
Therefore a basic understanding of the soil always comes in use when planting either vegetables or shrubs and flowers

After all its a matter of life or death

Yard and Garden: Preparing Garden Soil | News

Most soils in Iowa are well suited for vegetables, flowers and turf; a few may have special problems needing correction before planting.

6 simple guides to follow – to understanding your soil | IDogardening4U

A bar  graph  showing  the  four  types  of  garden  soil  What  makes  up  our  soil  How to  test  your  soil  ph 

GREATsoils Videos/Webinars | AHDB Horticulture

Here is are some great examples

Composting - The Difference Between Organic Material Or Matter

Organic material and matter is not the same. Material is what you use to compost and matter is the decomposed product. Organic matter not only improves the soil structure of your lawn and garden, it also has a positive affect on air and water quality.

Understanding the soil

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On understanding the soil

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10 Soil Indicators for Your Vegetable Garden

Ten soil indicators that could signal that your plants are in trouble.

What is the best soil for your garden

Here is an great article from Pass the pistil By . Emily Murphy -- Cultivating Gardens

Here are 11 different uses of mulches you can use on your garden

Between lava rock, seaweed, and cocoa, you’d be amazed at what plants thrive in.

The Permaculture Research Institute

The world's most popular Permaculture portal

Composting 101: Everything You Need to Know About Preventing Food Waste

Food is a major part of my life. I’m more on top of dining and restaurant news than world news. My personal Instagram feed is basically all food porn. I keep massive wish lists of restaurants and iconic dishes I want to try, and checking off items is pretty much as close as I get to having a hobby. Hell, I was a food studies major in college and have worked in hospitality for more than half of my professional career.

But I’ll admit to having a bit of a guilty conscience of late. I realized that for as much as I spend time focusing on the pleasure of consumption, I hardly give any thought to the less sexy aspects of the industry. Like, say, food waste and the massive impact its management has on our planet.