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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... nutshells, mint hay and fruit pomace can be used as mulch, to improve soil structure or to help build a great compost pile. Does mint compost spread Verticillium Disease to garden? No Mint compost, the spent hay left after the mint oil has been extracted, is a rich ...
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OSU Extension Service and Agricultural Research Station News
... as money if you choose disease-resistant varieties. Does mint compost spread Verticillium Disease to garden? No Mint compost, the spent hay left after the mint oil has been extracted, is a rich source of ... their soil. But what about the fungus Verticillium dahliae, that often infects peppermint? Can the compost be a vehicle for introducing this disease-causing fungus into your garden? New pathogen ...
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How to Grow Mint
... mint you want instead of relying on a name. Growing: Plant pieces of root 2 inches deep and 9 inches apart in autumn or spring. Top dress with compost in autumn if the plants are not lifted annually. Thin or transplant plants to 12 inches apart into large pots or polyethene bags to restrain invasive roots. Mint ... mint is the variety used to make traditional mint sauce for lamb. Corsican Mint ...
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Fertilizer worm castings - Daylily Forum - GardenWeb
... crabgrass. In order to plant my daylilies, I have to bring in compost to amend the ultra -sandy, rocky soil. I use a local product ... have absolutely no worms at all despite using top grade 'Coast of Maine' compost. Please let me know how you make out. Marilyn RE: Fertilizer worm ... can almost see them growing! I use miller high life and no mint oil. I would rather spray this than that stuff you all are ...
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Growing from Seed - GardenWeb
...   36   37   38   39   40   41   42   43   44   45   46   47   48   49   50   Mint? Posted by: akheadbanger z?? OH on Mon, Oct 24, 05 at 15:30 2 follow ... 4 follow-ups, last one posted on Wed, Oct 19, 05 at 9:59 Ericaceous (compost) potting soil Posted by: Wacky_Jakki z5/6 CT on Fri, Oct 14, 05 at 15 ...
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... ? What basic soil amendments should be added annually? I topdress with compost, manure (well-aged, of course) and greensand, but I know there ... dropped off yard debris. To these bases, they might add lime, composted mint straw, chicken or cow manure, etc., so there tends to be ... in the summer? Also, should the compost be mixed with peat or other medium? RA You can dig in compost any time if it is ...
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Native Plants of Ohio, Bulletin 865, Medium Height Plants (4"-36") (All plants are perennial unless otherwise noted in "features.")
... flower spike and attractive red berries in autumn. Needs constant moisture; amend clay soils with compost. Grayish or deep green leaves; best in acidic soils. *(bf) Showy bright clusters of flowers ... reptans Pycnantheum incanum Common Name wild blue phlox mayapple creeping Jacob's ladder hoary mountain mint Height 10-20" 12-18" 12-15" 12-36" Bloom Time spring spring spring/summer ...
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How to make great garden compost, bins explained.
... or USA. HOW TO MAKE GARDEN COMPOST Garden Compost The word 'compost' describes two different substances - garden compost which is used to condition and feed the soil; potting compost which is used as a ... Beans Cabbage (winter) Garlic Potatoes Swedes Sweet Corn Peas Tomatoes CLOSE LAYER Basil Dill Mint Rosemary Bay Laurel Garlic Oregano Sage Chives Marjoram Parsley Tarragon Thyme CLOSE LAYER Apple ...
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How to grow Mint herb with pictures and advice
... Greenhouse World Perfect Lawn Pages Allotment Life Cloches and Poly Tunnels Effective Pest Control Compost and Bins Water Garden Features SITE UTILITIES Site Map Bookmark GardenAction January February March ... be planted straight outside. Mint has shallow, creeping roots which can be broken off and placed either directly in the ground or in pots containing potting compost. Because mint is such a ...
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Mint
... mint!' (pun intended) Even though some people will argue that mint is a weed and should be treated like one, to get the best flavor and growth: Plant it in rich, compost ... growers. Back to Top Lemon Mint (Mentha sp.) Developed from apple and lime mint, lemon mint has a sweet, fruity, spearmint ... Back to Top Red Stemmed Apple Mint (Mentha x gracilis) is a rare mint that carries both the peppermint and ...
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