3 Ways to Make Your Garden More Sustainable
In this podcast, you'll learn three great and easy ways to make your garden more sustainable and feel good about doing it.
What You'll Learn:
- 3 great ideas to make your garden more sustainable.
- Links and videos for further resources or education.
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Sustainability is on everyone's mind these days and here are three ideas you can start right now on how you can make your garden more sustainable this year:
- Compost more (and throw out less) of your weeds and smaller garden debris
- You can re-use it in your garden for soil nutrients and structure.
- Use an electric-powered maintenance equipment like a lawn mower or weed-eater.
- You will use less fossil fuels and create less pollution in your gardening activities.
- Practice no-till weeding and gardening to not disturb any garden soil or pants.
- This lessens weed seeds germinating and helps to encourage healthy garden soil to function more like natural soils where there are layers of soil structure and microorganisms can thrive.
If you have more ideas on how to make your garden more sustainable, please email us and let us know.
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