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CSA INTERNATIONAL SUMMER SAFETY TIPS
By: CSA
CSA International, a leading certification and testing organization, released the following safety tips designed to prevent common injuries sustained

CLEANING LAKES BY REDUCING PHOSPHORUS
By: Ministry of the Environment
Water is possibly the most important resource in the 21st century, but excess phosphorus in many of our biggest and best supplies – our lakes

Digging Deeper ? The Facts on Tetanus
By: Ontario
Tetanus is an acute and often fatal disease caused by a neurotoxin (or poison) that blocks normal control of nerve reflexes in the spinal column. The

Mark Cullen?s Top 10 Tips for Improving Your Garden in 2008
By: Mark Cullen
Increasingly Canadian gardeners from coast to coast want a beautiful and productive garden while also demonstrating environmental

New organic fertilizers and products for your garden
By: Aflatoon
I have always been very mindful of the little sign that people put on their lawns warning to stay off due to application of chemicals. I am wary of

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Move or divide Daylilies at any time
By: MA
Spring or early fall are the ideal times to transplant Daylilies, but sometimes it is simply more convenient to do it during the summer. Trimming the

Tips on fertilizing established perennial beds
By: MA
Established perennial beds should be fertilized in early spring, if necessary. A soil test is the best way to find out what type and amount of

Mulching perennials helps to retain moisture and reduce weeding.
By: MA
Many kinds of mulching materials are now available to gardeners. This varies by region, since often mulches are a byproduct of some other industry,

Fertilizing, Pruning and Winterizing Roses
By: Cindy Welyczkowsky and Jane Martin
Throughout history roses have captivated the hearts and minds of
gardeners and non-gardeners alike, inspiring the creation of numerous
poems,

Getting Rid of Pests
By: Maryam Parsi
We all sometimes suffer from uninvited guests and, although we don't want to harm them, we do want to persuade them to leave our property. Here are

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Getting Rid of Pests
By: Maryam Parsi
We all sometimes suffer from uninvited guests and, although we don't want to harm them, we do want to persuade them to leave our property. Here are

What to look for in Tomato plants
By: YC
When buying a tomato plant from a nursery, the best ideal plants to get would be; 4 inch pots with stocky plants, about 6-8 weeks old, with no

Getting Rid Of The Bitterness In Cucumbers
By: YC
With a harvested cucumber, slice of one end. Rub the cut end against the cucumber in a circular motion gently squeezing the cucumber until white milk

Starter Solution for Organic Gardens
By: YC
Fill container full of barnyard manure, never use dog or cat feces. Fill same container with water. Over the next 24 to 48 hours stir several

Fertilizer for your vegetable garden
By: Aflatoon
To give your seedlings and transplants a "jump start," ensure phosphorus availability in the cold soils of spring by banding super phosphate



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