How to Kill Poison Ivy Naturally

Poison ivy can be a pain to deal with! If you’re looking for a safe way to get rid of the pesky plant, try natural solutions like digging up the roots or spraying on a vinegar solution. Kill off any remaining roots with boiling water or a layer of sheet mulch. Remember to stay safe and covered while working with poison ivy, and never let it come into contact with your skin.

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How to Increase Nitrogen in Soil

When you cultivate a garden, you want to make sure your plants grow in the healthiest conditions possible. There’s no nutrient more important to the health of your garden than nitrogen! However, not all soil contains the best amount of nitrogen for plants to grow to their fullest potential. Use the right types of plant or animal waste to provide your soil with more nitrogen, so your garden can flourish the way you want![1]

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How to Teach Fitness Classes

Teaching fitness classes is the perfect job for exercise aficionados who want to help others get active. Rehearsing your class and practicing your leadership style will help your class run as smoothly as possible. As the instructor, how the class runs is up to you—you set the tone and intensity, so how you present yourself is important! Taking time to plan beforehand and take fitness teaching training will help you become the best instructor you can be for your classes.

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How to Frame Art

Frame your art so you can hang it on your walls and preserve the image. For paper prints, mount your artwork with a mat board, or float it inside of your frame. You can frame a canvas using canvas frame clips or offset clips. Line up your art inside your frame, clip the frame into place, and your artwork is ready to hang!

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How to Keep Hydrangeas Alive

Hydrangeas are beautiful flowering plants that come in a variety of colors and sizes. If you want to keep your outdoor hydrangea plants looking nice, be sure to water them and prune them regularly. For cut hydrangea stems, try dipping the tips in alum spice powder, changing the vase water regularly, and dunking the hydrangea blooms in lukewarm water.

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