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Prefer peppers - this is how it's done

Start sowing in March If you would like to plant peppers or hot peppers in your own garden, you can either get young plants from the nursery or prefer your peppers. Pulling peppers yourself Young plants from the nursery naturally cost a lot more than pulling the plants yourself.
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Hedge plants

Raspberries - More yield through correct planting

More raspberry yield with these tricks Raspberries are sweet treats that everyone likes. That's why they shouldn't be missing in any garden. Raspberries are also very undemanding, like the sun and otherwise require little maintenance. Nevertheless, you can make sure that raspberries give even more yield than they usually do.
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Plant diseases

Diarrhea - 2 remedies for soil fungi

Diarrhea often affects seedlings. It sounds strange, but diarrhea really does exist. This affects mainly young plants that have been sown and that are just a few centimeters tall as seedlings. It does not matter what kind of plants it is, everyone can get the diarrhea.
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Bedding plants

Planting cypresses - Instructions and tips

Do you want to bring some Mediterranean flair to the garden? Then of course cypresses should not be missing. They are easy to plant. © alisonhancock - Fotolia.com Anyone who brings a cypress in their garden creates a Mediterranean flair, which gives many people a feeling of vacation travel far away.
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Bedding plants

5 tips for garden irrigation

If there is a dry period in summer, it is important that you water the garden yourself. You should always follow our tips. © stenkovlad - Fotolia.com Grab your garden hose yourself! A longer dry period without significant precipitation can mean the death of the home garden.
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Build your own wooden composter - step by step instructions

If you have a garden, you should also have a composter. But why buy it expensive when you can build one out of wood yourself? Here is a guide. Wood composter If you compost kitchen and garden waste such as green waste and leaves on your own property, this has two major advantages: on the one hand, you no longer have to pay as much garbage fees and, on the other hand, you produce a high-quality and completely natural fertilizer for yours Garden.
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