|PDF Title :||How To Grow More Vegetables|
|Total Page :||545 Pages|
|PDF Size :||5.4 MB|
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Oak tree (Quercus spp.): Concentrates calcium in its bark (bark ash is 77% calcium). In a special tea, it helps plants resist harmful diseases. Its beneficial influence helps create excellent soil underneath its branches—which is a great place to build a compost pile, but keep the pile at least 6 feet from the tree trunk so the nearby environment will not be conducive to disease or attractive to harmful insects.
Chamomile (Chamaemelum nobile): A lime specialist. “Contains a growth hormone which … stimulates the growth of yeast.” In a 1:100 ratio, it helps the growth of wheat. As a tea, it combats diseases such as damping off in young plants. Concentrates calcium, sulfur, and potash in its body.
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