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Food Sovereignty

Food is a basic human right. Everyone must have access to safe, nutritious food  to sustain a healthy life with full human dignity. The land belongs to those who work it. 

 

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Latest Activity: Jul 26, 2012

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Use comfrey to quickly grow plants for backyard gardening

Started by tranceman. Last reply by Dan Jul 26, 2012. 3 Replies

(NaturalNews) As the food supply becomes more and more poisoned, a lot of people are moving toward growing their own food in backyard gardens. And if there's one thing every backyard gardener should…Continue

Tags: fertilizer, gardening, natural

10 tips for companion planting for natural pest control and organic sustainability - Increase vegetable yields and improve flavor

Started by tranceman. Last reply by CHRISTINA May 14, 2012. 2 Replies

Companion planting for pest control and to encourage plants to grow with more vigor has fascinated men for centuries; however, few backyard gardeners know how to use these natural methods for organic…Continue

Tags: farming, wellness, health, agriculture, food

Diatomaceous Earth

Started by simpleman Sep 4, 2011. 0 Replies

I am not promoting any site that sells this stuff, but I felt many of you may be intrested in alternative to pest control so I share what I know. This stuff really works. The main reason we looked…Continue

Tags: non-toxic, Earth, Diatomaceous

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Comment by CHRISTINA on September 25, 2011 at 7:41am
Great info! Thanks for sharing tranceman.
Comment by tranceman on September 19, 2011 at 2:56pm

Here is a sustainable food growing documentary on using mulch coverings that'll blow your mind:

http://www.backtoedenfilm.com/

Comment by JohnR on September 11, 2011 at 1:07pm
Yep.  I just say Dial because that's what we used and it worked.  But I'll bet Irish Spring would work as well.  Good to hear from you PatriciaT.
Comment by JohnR on September 11, 2011 at 12:40pm

Hi Everyone,

I haven't been a very good discussion partner, but with the end of the growing season upon us, I wanted to report a few proven gardening techniques.  They have to do with keeping critters away from your ripening veggies.  The first thing that works well against raccoons and skunks are these little solar powered LED lights that charge all day and blink all night. They really seem to work.  Here's a link: http://www.lakecumberlandgamebirds.com/contents/en-us/d449.html

They are a bit expensive, but when you factor in your labor, you want to reap the fruits of it.

Second, to keep the non-predators away, like deer and squirrels (besides an 8 foot tall fence), we found that putting out bars of Dial soap repels the animals really well.  This is all anecdotal, but we had deer tracks and clipped tomato plants in the garden before the soap, and none afterward.  My wife hears about these homegrown cures from her acupuncture patients and they seem to work.  Maybe it's the power of intention, but if Dial Soap is your talisman, great! 

Comment by JohnR on May 1, 2011 at 3:35pm

Hi Simone,

Thanks for the invitation!  Funny, I just got in from roto-tilling our gardens and just came in to eat and check my email.  I will read the Wiki and participate and learn.

 

 

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