Category : Lessons

How to Pick Up Leaves With Lawn Mower- (Simple Methods)

Autumn is a beautiful season- until you have fallen leaves marring your perfect lawn. Moreover, they can suffocate your grass if left unattended for too long. One efficient method for leaf removal during fall cleanup is using a lawn mower. Not only does it clear your lawn, but it also mulches the leaves. So, in the long run, it provides beneficial nutrients to your soil.
Now, the question of the century is: How can you pick up leaves with a …

Lessons From Food Systems, Climate, And Covid-19

The following are lessons that we learned from the planetary crises of the year 2020.
Dysfunctional Food System Cause Diseases
Zoonotic diseases constitute 70% of the contagious diseases over the past 30 years. Radical altering of natural resources, such as deforestation, for agricultural requirements, creates an environment for zoonotic diseases.
Those who are severely marginalized feel the worst impact of these diseases, and ensuring that they can co-create the suitable solutions presented to them is necessary.
Absence Of Miraculous Solutions
Notable countries recently decided to lessen their duties…

Reasons Why Urban Gardening Is A Good Idea

Living in the city prevents you from creating a garden, but you can make one that requires less space. Below are the reasons why Urban Gardening is a must.
Unique Skill Acquisition
Urban Gardening is a unique skill to have nowadays. This knowledge is passable to children, along with the knowledge of viable foods and their benefits.
Limited Space Utilization
This allows you to utilize limited spaces. Its techniques are as follows:

Vertical Gardening;
Container Gardening;
Rooftop Gardening; and
Hydroponic Gardening.

Nutritious Foods Production

Urban Gardening Strategies

The following are strategies of urban gardening based on your environment:
Spatial Survey
These are the ways of examining your allotted space for gardening:
View your space at the perspective of a plant;
Assess the accessibility of light, and the direction it is coming from;
Note any structures or trees that may block sunlight all day;
Search for hotspots – these are areas that receive an unnatural amount of light; and
Observe the shifting of lights and shadows on your property to understand your landscape better.
For places located in the Northern Hemisphere, South-facing areas …