apply ash only to those areas of the garden, that benefit from sweet soil, such as some vegetables, lavender and lilacs. Do not apply it to plants that need acid soil, such as rhodos. You can also compost ashes—just be sure it doesn't make up more than 5% of your total compost pile. Fall is the best time to distribute ash in the garden; that way it can settle in and release its nutrients the following spring. Generally ash is applied every 2 yrs.
Raising grains such as wheat, spelt, oats, rice, buckwheat, barley, millet, and rye in your backyard doesn’t require any special machinery, and you may be surprised at how little space it takes to grow a substantial supply of homegrown grains.
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Five steps to growing blueberries.....includes early pruning. I'm glad I read this!