How to Grow Tomatoes in Straw Bales- 2 Easy and Cheap Creative DIY Project

Hay bale gardening is probably the most fun you’ll have growing your own food and herbs, requiring almost no work or maintenance. How to Grow Tomatoes in Straw Bales-DIY # 1 Harvest tomatoes once the green is gone. Many gardeners utilize wire cages to provide growing tomatoes with support. Unfortunately, lesser-quality cages will buckle under

Simple Way To Grow An Endless Supply Of Onions On Your Windowsill

Onions are probably the most effective natural remedy for inflammation and infections. Phytochemicals in onions increase the power of vitamin C in the human body, and boost immunity. Chromium regulates blood sugar levels. How often do you eat raw onions? The aromatic veggie gives distinctive flavor to dishes, and you’re going to love the fact


  I’m looking at a book. It’s the kind of book you’d pick up in an antique store, take home, and treasure — not just because of it’s yellowed pages and delicate binding, but because of it’s utterly fascinating content. It’s called THE LOST WAYS. I’ve been thumbing through the book for weeks, marveling at

Hay-Bale Garden Update For Spring: Happy Growing! Success!

If you’re an urban gardener who’s despaired of finding enough space to grow even a tomato plant or two, “building” a garden with straw bales creates a whole new range of possibilities. Do you have rocky, uneven, or unyielding clay soil? Are you unable or unwilling to dig up a big plot of ground to prepare the soil for

Why Hay Bales are Superior to Straw Bales?Which Makes a Better Mulch?

  Straw vs. Hay – In the battle to control weeds, add fertility, and improve the water retention of your soil, is one really better than the other? Well in a word…Yes! Let’s start at the beginning. What is the difference between straw and hay, or are they essentially the same thing? Many people think

Living Fences – How To Make A Living Fence For Your Garden…Step by Step DIY Projects

Fences on your farm or homestead define property boundaries and separate production zones (garden, pasture, orchard). They provide privacy and security from animal (and perhaps human) intruders. They confine livestock and protect them from predators. They guard crop areas from wild raiders (such as deer) as well as animal allies (such as sheep and goats).

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