Filtration Systems Thar Provide Clean Water That Is Pure And Free Of Microscopic Particles

Posted on: 26 April 2017

Whether you rely on a well or the local water service for your needs, filtration systems are essential. If you want to have the purest water in your home, then you want filtration that removes the smallest particles. Hardwater will benefit from the use of a water softening system, while other filtration solutions like osmosis will help purify water with other problems. Here are some of the filtration options to consider giving your home clean, pure water:
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Create A Cottage Garden With A Retaining Wall

Posted on: 24 April 2017

If you have a sloped yard, you need a retaining wall for landscaping and maybe even for walking. You're not confined to a utility wall that stands apart from the rest of your landscaping, though. If you fancy a cottage-style garden, utilize the retaining wall as the centerpiece of your landscaping. Start with a Stone Wall A stone wall is one of the most traditional forms for retaining walls. Rustic stone walls are built without any mortar.
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Create Your Own Organic Fertilizer For Your Residential Lawn

Posted on: 18 April 2017

A beautiful lawn is a key element of an attractive residence. To produce a thriving lawn, you must have consistent lawn care and fertilization. Here are some ways that you can make and use your own organic fertilizer to grow a thriving green lawn:  Build a Compost Pile You can create your own natural fertilizer for your lawn with a simple composter. To build a composter, fence off an area of your lawn where you can pile up organic materials such as kitchen scraps, coffee grounds and tea leaves, dried leaves, garden clippings, and even shredded paper.
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Starting a CSA? Helpful Hints to Reduce Weeds Without Chemicals or Extra Weeding Chores

Posted on: 12 April 2017

Starting a Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) endeavor is a great way to offer healthier, locally grown vegetables, fruits, and other foods to consumers who may have previously had to rely on commercially grown options from their local supermarket. Since many commercial growers routinely use pesticides and other chemicals, health-conscious individuals can feel good about getting the foods they want and need from a local CSA, instead. But weeds are not just a commercial grower problem, so CSA owners often find themselves overwhelmed with hand weeding chores while also trying to take care of the seeding, tilling, watering and harvesting chores.
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