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10 tips for ecofriendly gardening

Ecofriendly garden

Not everything that is green is really ecofriendly, often to speed up plant growth or repel insects we resort to extremely invasive methods that release harmful chemicals to the environment. By following these simple tips gardening ecofriendly your plants flourish doing without pesticides, chemical fertilizers and herbicides.

  1. Take away the pests of plants using natural methods

The ladybugs are great allies of ecofriendly gardening because they feed on plant pests, so you should not move them away but you can even buy on dedicated sites. Another natural method to ward off unpleasant creatures “eat plants” is to put 6 cloves of garlic in a quart of boiling water and leave the tea until it reaches room temperature, and then spray it on plants as a natural insecticide.

  1. Select the compost to fertilize

Each year the world produced 4.4 billion tons of organic waste, with all this compost available why buy chemical fertilizers? A good idea is also to produce your own compost specifically for the needs of plants. For example, the banana peels release potassium, the coffee grounds free nitrogen and magnesium and the shells of the eggs for football.

Ecofriendly garden
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  1. Give priority to plants native to the area you live

Native plants “are made on purpose” for the climate zones you live in so they know adapt to the environment and do not need special care. Preferring to tropical species helps to save water and to do without fertilizer.

  1. Group plants according to water needs

Questionnaire saves water and facilitates irrigation. Also group plants of the same species helps them to control pests. A clump of marigolds is a great natural substitute to pesticides.

  1. Use the newspapers instead of herbicides

Instead of disposing of the newspapers of bygone days is a good idea to paper with a layer of about 8 sheets areas where you do not want them to grow weeds. The non-toxic soy ink that covers a large part of the paper surface penetrates into the ground and acts as an herbicide. So save paper and you do not use black plastic barriers to keep out the weeds!

  1. Choose recycled pots for your garden ecofriendly

Do not buy but choose those traditional vessels in sustainable materials, such as recycled plastic or clay. Another good idea is to reuse old containers, such as those of strawberries, in place of vessels.

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  1. Accept the animal’s away pests

The best allies of ecofriendly gardening gives them just the nature. There are a lot of animals that fight pests with us and welcoming them in the garden or in the garden we will no longer need to poisonous pesticides.Slowworms Lizards are reptiles do not chase away because they feed on pests, the toads and frogs eat insects that damage for the garden, among the birds chickadees, titmice, robins, redstarts, finches, wrens and mountain bikers keep away worms, caterpillars, pupae, larvae and other pests. The most useful in the garden mammals are curly and moles that are real devourers of insects.

  1. Use the aquarium wastewater to irrigate

They are saturated with fertilizers substances and in no time you’ll grow strong plants, lush and saving water and money in the bill.

  1. Use systems that capture rainwater

In the market there are many systems to grow plants by optimizing water requirements. For example there are vessels with a tank at the bottom which collects rainwater and the returns over time in order to drastically decrease the need for irrigation. A good part of our efforts to water literally goes “up in smoke” when it evaporates with solar heat while these special vessels retain all possible moisture and saves water and energy.

  1. Use the vermi compost

Some may seem something disgusting but experts swear that works wonders. The compost earthworms is a mixture of natural fertilizers perfect because it contains one and a half the calcium, magnesium 2 times, 5 times the nitrogen, 7 times the phosphorus and 11 times the potassium respect to the ground in which they live earthworms that produced and 50% of organic matter in most of the land in which the sympathetic annelids were bred. Breeding dedicated create and market the humus produced by the animals through digestion of manure.

About Gifford

Hi, I am Gifford Chowdhury; I am an entrepreneur, father, mentor and adventurer passionate about life. At this moment, I am working with depression and anxiety; here is my blogs how to recover from anxiety and how to fight with anxiety. I hope everyone will like my blogs.

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