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Living Soil: A Natural Method for Turning Any Dirt to Soil

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Living soil is soil that comes from collecting local biomass (weeds, leaves, snail shells, fruits, and plants) and later composting or fermenting it. After fermenting, it is used as biofertilizer, which is essential to enrich both plants and oklahoma living soil in your garden or farm.
Living soil Needs to be Tended according to KNF standards
To get living soil, there is a need for the dirt or soil to be tended the Korean Natural Farming way. Both Korean Natural Farming and Thai Natural Farming use the KNF standards to …

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Ways to Start a Wedding Planning Business

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If you are a hardworking person who loves seeing brides shedding tears of joy as they see their dream wedding come true, then being a wedding planner is just right for you. Paying attention to details, eagerly listening to what the soon-to-be-wed couples want for their special celebration, and creatively organizing things are the essential skills this profession needs.
 
Although starting a wedding planning business entails considerable expenses, you would indeed take the risk if this is what delights you. Along the process, you will be negotiating with suppliers, designers, and caterers…

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Make your Hand Sanitizer

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Here on the farm, we have sanitation stations. We see to it that guests and staff wash and sanitize their hands using our own made hand sanitizers. We feel the need because some people develop some reactions like itchiness and reddening of the skin after touching the lavender plants and flowers. Some are also prone to insect bites, so hand sanitizers with alcohol should always be at reach.
To prevent skin from being infected, we formulated a hand sanitizer that contains antiseptic properties. And since fragrant lavenders are abundant, we extracted their oil and added it to the formula. The mixture comprises 40% while the alcohol …

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Yummy Chocolate Cake with Lavender

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Not every flower is edible but the lavenders grown in Lavender Farms are. The varieties we grow here, like Hidcote, Munstead, and Lady, all belonging to English lavender varieties (Lavandula angustifolia) are said to be the best edibles.
In this light, we come up with recipes that will delight you during your visits here. Aside from using lavenders as a simple decoration in your plate and add to chicken and pork, we continuously create recipes to entice your choosy stomachs. Lavender is a member of the mint family, and thus, the taste is a bit minty. People who tried it for the first time will describe it as “herbaceous,&#8221…

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Lip Balm Class

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Lip balm is fabulous for you and a good gift suggestion for your colleagues and friends. We invite you to our class to learn the best and proper way to infuse amazing oils and get great results. Also, you will learn about preserving, adding scents, pouring, and caring for your lip balm. You learn and earn here.
You will make about seven custom lip balms that you can take with you….

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Candle Making Lesson

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There are 3 crafting lessons offered by Lavender Farm. The first of them is candle making. The class is held in a business office in the city, but they are on hold as of the moment due to Pandemic. The 3 classes held every day, start from 8:00 am and ends before 3 pm. There is a 15 minutes interval between classes.

A student who signs up for candle making lesson gets a 10% discount on the lip balm class and soap making. All class materials are supplied.
Candle making lesson includes scenting and coloring your candles. You will also learn how to with soy wax to get the best results.
You will make about seven …

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Growing Lavender

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On your tour to Lavender Farm, you will see how the plant is grown. You will not just be walking in the garden and leave without being amazed by the beautiful scenery and without knowing a little interesting about the lavender. You will learn that it is easy to grow, and you will see the different stages of growing it. Lavender starts from a seed, then is transferred to a little pot, blooms in the garden, until you see millions covering the whole Lavender farm.
Tags are indicating the names of the different species and varieties of the lavender. Techniques on how to grow each one of them is accessible in a video shown for free in a …

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Soap Making Class

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Important learnings included in the module:

how to add color to your soaps
how to create your signature soaps using a soap base
how to customize your gifts by learning how to create a special packaging
how to use essential oils safely

You will make about seven soaps that you will take home….