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8 mainly uses of ash for vegetable garden

  If you have wood heating, or a fireplace, in the cold months you will have to clean ash frequently.   In no time, you'll be accumulating a couple of cubes of ash a week A village woman collects ash from a fire in a dustpan to use as fertilizer in vegetable garden - depositphotos . What to do with all that ash? Let's try to put this gray, dusty by-product to good use. The ashes and pieces of charcoal are full of minerals.   In addition, its natural alkalinity and slightly abrasive texture mean that   wood ash has many uses in the home   , garden or orchard. It is important to note that this list assumes that you are burning clean wood and not chemically treated wood, such as painted. Hardwoods tend to have more nutrients than softer woods such as pine, but softwoods produce softer ash than hardwoods. Coals can stay hot for days.   Make sure the wood ash is completely cool before using it in your home. A good starter tip: wear gloves when working with wood ash.   Uses of wood a

9 uses of baking soda in the garden

  Baking soda is the classic pantry staple in any home, a great   household multipurpose   .   But, did you know that it can also help you in your garden or garden? Uses of baking soda in the garden. We review all the uses of bicarbonate for orchard and garden that we have compiled: Keep pests away.   Sprinkle baking soda on the soil with a flour sieve to keep ants, roaches, and slugs out of your garden.   (Be sure to avoid plants!) It's a surefire way to keep beneficial insects around and say goodbye to the ones you're tired of seeing. Eliminate the crab grass.   Crabgrass can take over your lawn and continue to grow from spring through fall.   Did you know that you have a defense for this enemy in your pantry?   First, wet the crabgrass area with a watering can.   Next, sprinkle the area with baking soda.   Make sure to avoid the surrounding grass.   In a few days, this herb will be history. Prevent fungal diseases   .   Nothing can be more frustrating on a beautiful plant th

15 Uses of vinegar for gardening

Image: -   Depositphotos   From cleaning pots and garden tools to catching fruit flies, these and many others are some of the ways that household vinegar can work wonders in your garden or garden. Herbicide. Clean the clay pots. Preserve fresh cut flowers. Ant repellent. Helps germinate tough seeds. Keep fruit flies away. Clean rusty garden tools. Keep unwanted animals away. Increases the acidity of the soil. Clean and disinfect outdoor furniture. Eliminate snails and slugs. Eliminate weeds from the pavement. Remove water lines from old vases. Remove berry stains from hands. Clean and wash fresh vegetables. Uses of vinegar in gardening. Herbicide. One of the most common uses for   homemade vinegar   is as a 100% natural herbicide.   Care must be taken when spraying it around certain plants as it can be harmful to some, but when used on weeds they will disappear in two to three days.   Mix 4 liters of white vinegar, a cup of salt and a couple of tablespoons of dish soap and to work. Cle

best way to repel mosquitoes with scents home remedies

In many parts of the world, good weather is synonymous with mosquitoes and especially in summer. Today their bites can be repelled with a wide variety of products like insecticides, aerosols or electrical diffusers with chemical elements, many of which are extremely pollutant and offer quite effective and durable solutions such as sliding door and window mosquito networks. However, there are also a lot of highly effective natural remedies for mosque or mosquitoes, such as a mosquito plant, to stay away from us. Many of them also apply to flying.   20% of people are very attractive to mosquitoes and they bite them more regularly than the rest.   The scientific community thinks that   genetics   can be responsible for up to 85%, other reasons also influence such as the   colors of the clothes   (they are more attracted to dark colors), the   blood   group     (the one they like the most is group 0) , the   amount of carbon dioxide   (the more CO   2   exhales, the   more bites), your