The best kind of harvests is natural goods. Native plants grow in an unrefined process, which means that in some cases, it may depend only on organic compost, a clean environment, and tender loving care. When selecting for foods in the grocery shops, most of the consumers opt to buy non-GMO, gluten-free, and chemical-safe products to avoid dealing with the nonorganic products’ harmful effects on our health.
Although there is no clear evidence, there are claims that the chemicals used in rearing these plants have adverse effects. It is reported that these chemicals can cause allergic reactions even on short-term exposure. Some are also reported to have been genetically enhancing plants to produce sizable crops to meet the harvest standards. Regardless of how vigilant we can be, we won’t be able to determine if the products are safe, unless they go through chemical inspections.
The tropical climate of most parts of Australia brings nature in bloom. But as the temperature rises, pests begin to surface. Because insects are cold-blooded, they thrive on warm weather. Larvae tend to develop faster and mature bugs are more active, making mating season in progress.
So how can we prevent the overpopulation of pests in our vicinity during summer and spring seasons? We may have ways to fight bug infestations such as sprays or hiring an exterminator. But these chemicals bring harm to our health. Another alternative is by using incense and other DIY remedies. But the most natural way to deal with the itchy situation is by growing plants.
The world today is dealing with severe insoluble pollution that affects every living thing on the planet.
Plastics. Although they are produced to make distribution of goods more accessible and affordable, plastics, especially the ones that are made for one-time use only, are causing significant detrimental change to our environment.
According to WWF Australia, 85% of plastic pollution is affecting seabirds and marine animals, and it is so severe that plastic has even entered into our food system via the food chain. 95% of these plastics are being used only once, and then thrown away by irresponsible users. How can we help stop plastic production? The answer is, we can’t.
Bathrooms are dubbed as a comfort room for a reason. It is a place for sanitation and a place of comfort. Bathrooms can be designed according to the likings of the house owner. But some room spaces, especially on ready-for-occupancy houses, space is limited, and the designs are generic.
Bathrooms typically come with four walls and one small window for ventilation and lighting purposes. Although it is designed that way to reach specific house code requirements, it never hurts to change the look of the area, unless you live in a rented apartment where tenants are prohibited from making drastic changes of the apartment.
Don’t you miss the smell of fresh air from the countryside? Or the natural taste of organic fruits and vegetables? We are living in the city where land properties are occupied with paved roads and concrete buildings, busy streets filled with all types of vehicles and processed food from fast food chains. All of those things can contribute to stress and an unhealthy lifestyle. How can we detoxify from the pollution caused by city living without travelling away from the vicinity?
Indoor vegetation was introduced to homeowners several centuries ago. Its sole purpose is not for interior beautification but sanitary reasons. The motive why people started bringing plants indoor was to purposefully draw out the unpleasant odour from hygienic areas. But as time progressed, the use for indoor plants have evolved, and they are incorporated in basic home care activities to interior designing.
According to Dietitians Association of Australia, “Malnutrition is a major public health issue in Australia. Known as the silent epidemic, malnutrition is estimated to affect 35-43% of patients in Australian hospitals.“
Malnutrition is the most common reason for some health issues we encounter in our daily lives, problems that may lead to a low quality of life. But there are many treatments to malnutrition, with proper and healthier food selection intake such as protein, low carb, less sugar diet combined with vegetables and fruits and daily exercise, we can stop the root cause of malnutrition.
In every home, it is the garden which first catches the attention of visitors. With the use of quality garden supplies, a garden can become a masterpiece that will give life to a dull neighbourhood. Some of the materials for gardens are readily available from physical stores and online in a wide range of simple to detailed cheap and expensive ones.
Here are some of the garden supplies that are popular in making great garden landscapes.
Having the perfect soil is one of the most important aspects of gardens. It must be fertile, full, and rich of nutrients. Since topsoil is the earth’s uppermost layer, gardeners typically add to it organic and organic matters, minerals, and water and mix them for optimum plant growth.
An effective soil must be a well-draining soil.
Most lawn owners make use of fertilisers to provide nutrients to plants. But know that there is a process that can enhance the quality of the soil. Commonly called as lawn mulching, it can be done by spreading organic matter to the soil.
Bio-clipping, mulching, and recycling mean the same thing when it comes to taking care of lawns, when one tries to search them online. They’re synonymous with cutting down lawn grass to restore the nutrients. This is why it is best to understand which method is best to use in getting the nutrients back to the soil to pass to the existing plants. (more…)
“Good yield” was what farming focused on until advanced technology came into the scene, providing gardeners hi-tech and high yield production fertilisers that are based on chemical chemical compounds. And these cheap but chemical-based fertilisers made their way into the farmlands.
In the past, the common practice of composting involves organic waste to make the soil fertile. This has been continually implemented in the present on par with the chemical-based fertilisers. However, gardeners must learn how to weigh the difference between the two mentioned practices of which both aim to get a good yield.
In order to meet the demand for landscaping supplies to landscapers and gardeners, landscaping companies look for trusted suppliers where they can stock up on materials, especially those that are commonly used in most landscaping applications.
All sizes of landscaping businesses, big or small, will always prefer to buy landscaping materials in bulk. There are suppliers that specialise in bulk landscaping deliveries, making it easy for landscapers or landscaping businesses to have the materials delivered directly to specific drop-off locations. With this, buyers are spared from the hassle of buying materials on their own.
When you Google landscape supply near me, you can likely find products commonly sold in bulk. Here are some of them of those supplies: