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Which Breed Of Laying Hen To Choose For A Chicken Coop?

The chicken is the new star animal of our gardens. In addition to providing fresh eggs, it feeds on our organic waste (salads, cheeses, peelings …), insects and slugs … A true omnivore! In addition to its practical aspects, the…
What You Need To Know About  Chicken Coops

Before buying your chickens it is important to know where to house them! You can find on the Internet and in the garden centers all kinds of chicken coop, from the cheapest to the most original … Mistrust however: a…
Watering Techniques

With global warming, precipitation is becoming less and less abundant. It is therefore important to quench your plants without wasting drinking water. Watering frequency Of course, everything depends on the climate, the type of soil and the specific needs of…
Irrigation In The Garden

Water is a precious natural resource to be consumed with great moderation in all circumstances.During the summer season, the various outdoor activities that we offer can double our water consumption. Much of this increase is due to the irrigation of…
Maintenance of Flowerbeds

Application of Mulch A mulch keeps the soil cool during the summer, reduces weed growth and feeds the soil by decomposing (organic mulch). In perennial and annual beds, spread 1 to 2 inches of organic mulch (shredded dead leaves, buckwheat…
Gardening without pesticides

The Golden Rules of Ecological Gardening It was long believed that the best way to deal with problems in the garden was to regularly spray pesticides to control unwanted pests. Over time, it was realized that this was not sustainable…
Wind Power Three Times More Popular in NS Than In Ontario

Wind Energy Strategy in Windsor makes wind farms three times more popular than Ontario, a study found. This research was published in the most recent edition of the Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning . The distinctive feature of Nova…
Nunavik Caribous To Wear Camera For Study

Ottawa – More than 20 Nunavik caribou females will wear a camera around their necks for three months next summer to try to explain why 40% of their young do not survive. The researchers approach the beasts by helicopter and throw…