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Attracts beneficial insects
June 7, 2012 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
Attract beneficial insects with hedgerows A hedgerow is like a neon sign in your garden that spells VACANCY to beneficial insects. Organic gardening is about creating a garden that is alive and in balance. Beneficial insects are an essential form… read more»
June 6, 2012 - GrowOrganic
September 20, 2011 - Charlotte from Peaceful Valley
The best flowers to attract predator beneficial insects to your garden Roll out the floral carpet in your garden to attract beneficial insects and keep them there. In our new video Tricia talks about releasing predator beneficial insects into your garden as organic pest control.… read more»
July 26, 2011 - Autumn from Peaceful Valley
Invest $22.34 in cover crops this fall & save $125 in fertilizers come spring I surround myself with Peaceful Valley co-workers from 9-5 and farmer friends after hours. With August just around the corner, all I hear about are cover crops or green manure and how wonderful they are.… read more»
June 1, 2011 - GrowOrganic
September 21, 2009 - Autumn from Peaceful Valley
Using Cover Crops as Green Manure by Amber TIppett, PV Store Manager & Willow Hein, FreshmanFarmer &  PV employee “Cover Crop” is a general term referring to a crop grown to cover and protect the soil.  The term “Green… read more»

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