Glyphosate alternatives

17+ Best Glyphosate Alternatives (As Voted by the Gardening Community)

Over the recent past, there have been numerous concerns about the use of Roundup and whether there are any glyphosate alternatives.

But the real concerns began back in 2015 when the World Health Organization’s cancer agency IARC declared that glyphosate was a probable human carcinogen.

Since then there have been many lawsuits against Monsanto.

Therefore, begging questions on whether there are any alternatives to Monsanto's roundup.

Looking for a list of glyphosate alternatives that will help you to efficiently get rid of weeds in your garden?

Then look no further:

I took this question to both online and offline forums to find out answers.

I asked the /r/gardening community on Reddit to name their favorite free or cheaper roundup alternatives.

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13 Effective Ways to Save a Dying Cactus Fast

13 Effective Ways to Save a Dying Cactus Fast

Is it really possible to save a dying cactus?

Well, I’ve wondered about the same question for quite some time now. And that’s what led me to start researching on this topic. What I’ve learned, is that it depends on the stage of deterioration.

On one hand, it’s very possible and actually easy to save your succulent friend. You just need to know what to do and when to do it.

On the other hand, however, it might be a case of too little too late and sadly losing your plant is inevitable.

But I have some good news for you!

You’re lucky to be reading this article.

Here’s why:

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3 Quick Winter Gardening Tips for Zones 4 to 9

3 Quick Winter Gardening Tips for Zones 4 to 9

Winter gardening is an uphill task that most gardeners dread.

However, wouldn’t it be a good idea if you could have a garden that grows all year round?

We all know that when winter bites, most crops are damaged extensively. Even those plants in their correct growing zone are not spared. Such harsh element reduces most crops hardiness exposing them to damage.

Good news, though:

It’s possible to have bountiful winter harvest nearly everywhere from zones 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9.

If you come to think of it, it’s even better to plant fresh fruits and vegetables at this time of the year since most pests normally hibernate or migrate, weeds grow slower, and less water is lost through evaporation.

Think of it as a blessing in disguise.

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Palram hobby greenhouse for hobby gardening

Hobby Gardening: The Best Hobby Greenhouse for Windy Area

Hobby gardening helps your body to release oxytocin - the hormone responsible for contractions of the cervix during labor.

But that’s not all that this hormone does.  

Among other things, it is also responsible for energizing your body and makes you feel good and probably add more years to your life.

This proves that gardening can help you feel happier, healthier and more confident while reducing stress and anxiety.

I guess that’s why everyone tells you gardening could be the hobby that helps you live to 100 years!

Now, if these facts do not give you a reason to consider gardening as your new hobby I don’t know what would. But if hobby gardening is already your thing, I want to share a secret to succeeding at it even if your hardiness zone isn’t so favorable.

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