Wood ash contains calcium carbonate around potassium and other useful elements like phosphorous, manganese and zinc. In terms of commercial fertilizer, wood ash contains (N-P-K). It can be an excellent fertilizer for your garden if you use it correctly.
Great tip from the Urban Organic Gardener. Make your own homemade spray to get rid of aphids. Boil some water with onions, garlic and cayenne pepper, let it steep, then spray down the aphids and undersides of leaves. Vegetable oil can also be effective.
DIY Tomato Cage & Trellis - If you’ve ever struggled with a tomato cage or poles that couldn’t support the size and weight of your tomato plants, this may be a great solution! **this might be an answer to my crazy tomato problem.