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How to get eradicate black ants: redoing a 118'x18' school garden; scrapped to hardpan, added layer of cardboard, rice straw, finished compost & wood chips. will have garden boxes & containers atop of chips. seeing black ants (problem from the past) under cardboard layer. suggestions?

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Hi all What are the plants/herbs that can be grown inside apartments in cold weather in Germany?
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I am very new to gardening, the small vegetable garden I've had the last two years has been more fun and successful than I ever dreamed. my family and I are trying to grow using organic methods, we have started or own compost and all is going well. I'm really unsure on how to fertilize. Is my compost enough? do I only add it when I plant...
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