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How to Grow: Organic Melons

Written by – Kaitlynn from MIgardener  Spring has officially arrived! This is the perfect time of year to brush up on your knowledge of growing techniques. Here at MIgardener, we want to share all of our favorite growing secrets; from our garden to yours. As you read through this post, you’ll find there is nothing […]
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Here’s the Difference Between Herbs and Spices

Written by – Kaitlynn from MIgardener  Maybe you’ve never stopped to consider the difference. We tend not to question fairly obvious things in life to begin with. However, now that I’ve brought it up; do you actually know what makes an herb an herb or what makes a spice a spice? The answer is simple: […]
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Growing Guides For Growing Perfect Organic Vegetables

How to Grow Lettuce Spacing – 6 inches between plants Preferred NPK – 5-3-4 Optimal temperature – 50-65 *F Soil pH – 6.0-7.0 Soil type – Sandy loam Exposure – Partial/ full sun (5-7 hours) Planting method – Direct sow OR Start indoors 3 weeks before last frost Patio friendly: YES Video Growing Guide How […]
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Resurrecting Long Lost Vegetable Varieties

It seems like a horror story for gardeners. How could some of the "classic" varieties, really not be all that classic? Many people who were around in the 40's and 50's know all to well these very flavorful vegetable varieties that were once the staple of the classic home garden. Varieties like "John Baer" Tomato, […]
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Using Antacid Tablets to Cure Blossom End Rot (BER)

A CHEAP CURE FOR BLOSSOM END ROT (BER) Antacid tablets (tums), Everyone has them. But did you know it will work to cure the most common problem with tomatoes?  Blossom End Rot (BER) is a calcium deficiancy in the tomato. This is seen by the very evident black moldy spot on the bottom of the […]
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How To Make The Ultimate Organic DIY Potting Mix

The ultimate potting mix is great for growing in containers, transplanting seedlings, and even starting seedlings. Here is the recipe I use: – 1 part peat moss OR coco coir – 1 part worm castings – 1 part perlite – 2 tablespoons humic acid(per gallon of mix) – 1 cup glacial rock dust (per gallon per […]
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Welcome to MIgardener.com

As my first post on this fabulous new website, I would like to thank you for checking us out! I am the MIgardener, my real name is Luke, and my fiance’s name is Sindy. Together we work very hard at bringing you the best information on a multitude of social media platforms, so this Blog […]