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Gardening Series, Part 10
Insights from Nature on Soil

Update: March 2023

The Gardening Series


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You will appreciate the time you took these past weeks for testing and making charts and lists. Now all you have to do is follow your schedule and enjoy being outside in your garden.

Today's assignment will help you have a better understanding and a clearer intent as you work with your soil. It will give you insight into nature's perspective on soil, fertilizing and the impact of you and your attitude while working in the garden.

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All Gardeners

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Read pages 169-170 of your Perelandra Garden Workbook, "Pan on Soil and Nature's Partnership with the Gardener." Then read pages 178-180, "Nature on Plant and Soil Orchestration" and "Pan on Technology and Intent."

If you missed getting your fertilizer information, see Part 7.

And if you haven't yet made your spring schedule, see Part 8.

You'll want to have this information before you start working in your garden.


For Those Who Have Started Seeds Indoors or in a Greenhouse


You should be well into thinning your seedlings, and you may be starting to pot-up. Be sure you are doing all you can to strengthen and support those seedlings now. When it comes time to plant them, the stronger their root systems, the better they'll do. Next week, we'll talk about the ways you can use Essence of Perelandra (EoP), ETS for Plants and ETS for Soil.

If you haven't yet, read pages 153-158 to learn how to chart your use of the Solutions and fertilizer to strengthen your seedlings through all stages of growth, potting up and hardening off before planting.

Also, Machaelle gives important tips for Thinning on page 159, and shares our secrets for successful potting up on page 160.

This is a bustling, wonderful time of year for gardeners. Enjoy!


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