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Compost correctly - 5 tips

Always keep the compost moist. Having your own compost heap in the garden is invaluable. If you have the opportunity, you have to consider a few points when composting correctly. Use compost for soil maintenance If you want to maintain your soil optimally, you should supply it with compost.
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Sandy soil - 6 tips for better soil

Are you dealing with very sandy soil in the garden where your plants don't really want to thrive? With these 6 tips you will improve your earth. A sandy soil that still trickles between your fingers after the rain can be a reason why your plants don't want to thrive.
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Thermal composter: Overview of the advantages of quick composter

A compost heap is all well and good, if only it didn't smell so bad. Thermal composters don't. They offer more advantages anyway. These in detail here. Thermal composters offer many advantages An increasing number of high-quality thermal composters can be found in the garden, which guarantees far faster composting of organic garden and kitchen waste and at the same time can largely keep annoying insects at bay.
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Implement compost - that's how it's done

February is the ideal time to implement the compost that has been deposited from last year. You can find out how to do this here. Implementing compost in February February is therefore the ideal time because as a gardener in the approaching spring, the most nutritious soil possible is once again needed to sow plants, vegetables, salads and fruit.
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Measure the pH value in the soil - this is how it's done

Get a test kit Not every plant thrives on every soil. It is therefore good to measure the pH of the soil. You can find out how to do this here. Not every plant thrives on every soil Every plant has different requirements. You have to take care of one lovingly, others need your rest and are robust and resilient.
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Loosening the soil - what does it do?

Chopping once saves watering three times Again and again you hear that you should loosen the soil. This should save a lot of water. But what does loosening the soil have to do with saving water? After heavy rain, loosen the soil Every gardener knows that the soil should be loosened so that the water can penetrate better.
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Buying garden soil - 5 tips

Garden soil is not just garden soil. That is why we would like to give you a few tips that you should keep in mind when buying garden soil. Garden soil is not just garden soil Here's a little tip in advance: Ideally, always dispose of coffee grounds in the garden bed. This promotes the growth of the plants because they are supplied with nitrogen.
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Garden tools for left-handers - 3 tools presented

One would think that all garden tools are equally suitable for right and left-handers. But this is not the case. So here are some garden tools specially designed for left-handers. Pruning shears Felco-9 master class Anyone who is left-handed and has ever wanted to cut something with right-handed scissors knows the problem: the cutting simply does not work.
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Lawnmowers: 4 types and their advantages and disadvantages presented

Every gardener needs one, but nobody really knows which one is the right one: we are talking about a lawn mower. Therefore the 4 “basic” models and their advantages and disadvantages are presented here. All types of lawnmowers have their advantages and disadvantages. While we previously only had to choose between an electric and petrol lawnmower, various lawnmower manufacturers now offer far more lawnmower models to choose from for today's modern gardener.
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Telescopic hedge trimmer: battery or electric?

If a hedge has grown very tall, normal hedge trimmers are often no longer sufficient. Then a telescopic hedge trimmer is needed. Best with a battery. Or would you prefer a cable? Telescopic hedge trimmers offer some advantages Do you remember how you planted the first shrubs and hedge plants in your garden?
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Buy lawn sweeper - Our 4 buying tips

Raking foliage and crop together - annoying gardening, isn't it? A lawn sweeper can help here. However, you should consider our tips when buying. This is what a large lawn sweeper looks like Larger lawns require extensive maintenance so that they also look good.
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