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Fermented Fertilizer DIY

FERMENTED COMPOST/MANURE TEA Keeping soil fertile with vital nutrients and charged up with beneficial micro-organisms is key to having good yield. Using commercial fertilizer gives you pretty veggies with very little of the minerals and other nutrients our bodies need, … Continue reading

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Bees in the Garden

For the past several years the honey bee visitation in our garden here in Auburn has been very sad. Only saw a few now and then, seeing a cross section of the wild bee population coming to visit. But this … Continue reading

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June in the garden.

Here it is almost the end of June and I’m not even thinking it’s summer with summer solstice yesterday slipping by like a whisper. But the days are so long I should have known. We have 6 interns now and … Continue reading

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Food Forest and Mid-Summer Gardening Advices

Things have been very exciting around here at Hillside Gardens over the summer. With the help of several wonderful interns and friends, we have been building a Food Forest – which is a Permaculture Design technique integrating orchard with 7 … Continue reading

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