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What is Vegan Organic Gardening?

June 25, 2014 veganic gardening
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In the northern hemisphere a new gardening season is upon us! Right now thoughts of seeds, soil and the potential for fresh fruit and veggies may be dancing through your head. But as you prepare your garden plot for this season, or contemplate creating a garden for the first time, perhaps it is also the […]

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Veganic Gardening and Farming Resources

April 7, 2014 veganic gardening
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As the Veganic (Vegan Organic or Stockfree Organic) movement continues to grow, many online resources have become available for new and experienced gardeners and farmers who are interested in these sustainable and ethical growing methods. Although Gentle World has a growing wealth of information for beginning veganic gardeners, there are also three main sites that […]

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Re-Purposing: Portable Shade Structures

August 26, 2013 Gentle World
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In Gentle World we believe in not only “Reducing, Reusing and Recycling” but also Re-purposing! (often called Up-Cycling) We practice and teach modern environmentalism, in part by reclaiming items that may have been headed to the dump or recycling center (remember: although recycling is very important, it still takes energy and other resources – keep […]

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6 Gardening Tips for Hot Weather

July 24, 2013 veganic gardening
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These gardening tips will help your plants survive the summer months, any time you’re facing a drought or a long spell of hot weather. Like our other vegan garden tips, they are simple, straightforward and easy to put into practice.  1. Fertilize well. Helping your plants thrive is often a case of proper planning, placement […]

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Green Beans: An Easy Beginner’s Guide to Growing

June 29, 2013 veganic gardening
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Green Beans: Nutrition Growing Variations Where and When to Plant Differences between Pole and Bush Beans How to Plant Green Beans Green Beans: Care, Watering, Fertilizing Days to Harvest and How to Harvest Bugs and Diseases to Watch Out For Important Points and Extra Tips Green Bean Nutrition: Green Beans (also called snap or string […]

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The Wonders of Comfrey

July 31, 2012 veganic gardening
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As I continue my journey deeper into veganic gardening I am perpetually amazed at the wealth of resources present in our own backyard. It seems that anyone with a proper compost pile, a source of mulch or green manure and common beneficial “weeds” scattered about has all the resources needed to help their garden thrive. […]

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A Guide to Veganic Volunteering

May 31, 2012 Gentle World
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After spending a year volunteering on different farms and subsequently helping to host volunteers as a grower, I’ve learned a lot about what make a “good volunteer” and how to find the farm that is right for you.

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Weeds Worth Growing

May 28, 2012 veganic gardening
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Many plants that are still classified as weeds have received a bad reputation due to their ability to quickly cultivate the barren earth. But was fertile soil really meant to be left bare? Could it be that weeds are serving a much-needed purpose in your garden or lawn?

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Outdoor Activities for Kids

May 23, 2012 veganic gardening
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When children are encouraged to help in the garden or use nature to make art, it provides them with new opportunities to experience their place in the world and the interconnectedness of our universe.

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Kale: An Easy Beginner’s Guide to Growing

March 11, 2012 veganic gardening
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Any guide to growing kale will start out by telling you it is a cold weather crop, which tastes best after it has been touched by frost. I’m here to tell you that while cold weather may be kale’s preference, you can grow it during any season and in most climates. The flavor, output and […]

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