Donat Mg – The Best Mineral Water

You can’t emphasize enough the importance of water being known to the fact that 60% of the human body is water. It is essential for temperature regulation, maintenance of all bodily functions, managing weight, providing energy and most importantly, facilitating energy production, i.e. the digestive system of our body. Keeping in view the increasing pollution on the planet Earth, all these functions can be best facilitated by the mineral water today. It is beneficial for digestion and crucial for the maintenance of good health.…

MSM – What Are Its Health Benefits and Possible Side Effects?

The majority of supplements claim to be a miracle supplement that can change one’s life in various ways you can imagine. It is a lot of hype in several cases. However, in terms of MSM, there’s a lot of truth behind this claim.

The reason behind it is that the benefits of MSM have found strong long links to muscle health, joint health, and mobility. MSM promises to help you feel better, recover faster, and move easier. But, is it true? What are the possible side effects and its health benefits?…

5 permaculture tips that help increase your garden yield

Have you ever imagined you step out of your back door to lay your hands on fresh strawberries and red currants to add flavor to your breakfast every morning? Do you even think it’s possible to gather salads and eatable flowers to prepare a big bowl of salad for lunch?

Or ever imagined being able to collect fresh vegetables just a few stone throw away from the kitchen door each evening to spice up your supper? This is the lifestyle I was used to in my old house before we moved into a new apartment in a new town. In …

How to Build Super Soil?

Soil is the most important element for a farm garden. Learn how to develop  healthy soil and add quality to your city farm or a garden.

Ensure the floor has been tested and found free of contaminations. Make sure it contains the necessary nutrients for effective growth.…

Ways to Increase the Number of Earthworms in Your Garden Soil

Earthworms are organisms that we all know. Majority of us, when we were younger, were introduced to that slimy and gooey things and we learned either to like or dislike them. Other names given to this creature are fisherman’s friend, gardener’s buddy and earth diggers’ delight. Earthworms are generally loved by most people. Earthworms are of various types ranging from red wigglers to night crawlers. Earthworms have long been characterized with healthy and productive soil.…

Bees Suffer in Urban Environments, According to New Study

Bees that live in heavily-populated areas like cities are exposed to disease at a higher rate than those who live in rural or suburban environments.

It’s expected that a certain degree of stress is involved for humans living in a city environment. Perhaps it’s the air pollution that can affect a person, or how crowded the city is, or how expensive it can be. It may seem obvious that city life has these effects of people, but what we may only now have started learning is that this stress takes a toll on bees as well.…

Container Tree Planting: 9 Tips to Make Them Grow

If you think that you have to forgo fresh fruit just because your yard is too small—or non-existent—to sustain a large tree, think again! You might want to think about planting your tree in a container, and even just keeping it inside all the time if it’s not the kind of plant that needs full sunlight. If you go for one of the dwarf versions of some common trees, you may be able to have plenty of fruit from a small, easy-to-manage plant.…

American Persimmon Trees: A Planting and Growing Guide

“Diospyros” is the scientific name for the genus of persimmon trees, and the meaning of the name implies that persimmons are fruits of the gods. Maybe you haven’t had a chance to taste for yourself how true the name may be, in which case you should realize how much you’re missing out on.

The American persimmon in particular is heavenly in taste, a tiny fruit bursting with sweetness, possibly the closest thing to a nature-made dessert in existence. Best of all, it’s actually good for you.…

Using Sound Instead of Chemicals to Deal With Pests

Scientists have created a clever device that mimics the cry of a major pest to orange trees in Florida.

These small insects could spell disaster to your ability to enjoy breakfast.

Diaphorina citri (the Asian citrus psyllid), a citrus pest that gobbles away at the leaves of orange trees, is wreaking havoc in Florida’s citrus industry, costing them over three billion dollars in a span of only six years. Though the pest itself does little to harm orange trees, the germs that it carries certainly do, and once a plant is infected, its leaves will begin to die until, within …

Growing Potted Tomatoes

Tomatoes originally came from South America, where they had adapted to the humid and warm climate of the region. In fact, for a tomato to sprout from a seed to a fruit-bearing plant, over 100 days of full sun and heat are required. Unfortunately, this is bad news for aspiring tomato gardeners in most U.S. states.…