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This Stick Will Produce Hundreds of Pounds of Food

It’s possible to start off with mere sticks and turn them into trees that produce hundreds of pounds worth of food for the year.

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How to Harvest Seeds from Your Garden

Harvesting seeds from your garden is meaningful, saves you money, and is good for the environment. Here’s how to harvest and store seeds.

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No Till Gardening: An Easy Option for New Gardeners

No Till Gardening: An Easy Option for New Gardeners

No-till gardening is a gardening method that preserves soil structure, improves the health of your soil, and saves you back-breaking effort.

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How to Grow Mushrooms in a 5-Gallon Bucket

Mushrooms are easy to grow in the right conditions. Here is a simple way to grow mushrooms in a 5-gallon bucket using woodchips and mushroom spawn.

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Organic Gardening – How to Start an Organic Garden in 6 Steps

Organic Gardening – How to Start an Organic Garden in 6 Steps

If you want to be healthy without breaking the bank, try growing an organic garden. Anyone can do it, whether they are a novice or a pro gardener.

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The Ultimate Guide to Starting Seeds

The Ultimate Guide to Starting Seeds

Would you like to jumpstart your growing season? You can by starting your seeds indoors this winter. Indoor seed-starting can save you money. #homesteadsurvivalsite #startingseeds #sewingseeds #seedstarting #seeds

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10 Ways to Prepare For Your Spring Garden

You can start preparing for your spring garden even in the middle of winter. Here is our spring garden preparation checklist. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardening #gardenchecklist #gardeningchecklist #springgarden

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7 Ways To Use Milk Jugs For Gardening

The plastic in milk jugs is very sturdy, making them useful for a variety of purposes, especially in the garden. Here are seven ideas. #homesteadsurvivalsite #milkjugs #upcycled #repurposed #gardeningtips

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Pallet Greenhouse with a Rain Gutter Grow System

Pallet Greenhouse with a Rain Gutter Grow System

Rustic By Nature built an incredible 10×20 foot greenhouse with a rain gutter grow system using 15 pallets, some 2x4s, PVC pipes, and plastic sheeting. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pallet #palletprojects #palletideas #greenhouse #greenhouseplans

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Pollinator Gardens: What They Are and Why You Need One

A pollinator garden is a garden filled with flowers that attract pollinating insects. This helps to create a healthier ecosystem. #homesteadsurvivalsite #pollinators #pollinatorgarden #gardeningtips #gardeninghacks

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Build A DIY Self-Watering Planter For Only $10

Build A DIY Self-Watering Planter For Only $10

In this video, Epic Gardening explains how to make a simple DIY self-watering planter using only $10 worth of materials. #homesteadsurvivalsite #diyplanter #selfwateringplanter #planters #gardenideas

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How To Create An Edible Food Forest

You can eat everything that grows in a forest, but only if you plant it yourself. That’s the idea behind an edible food forest. #homesteadsurvivalsite #foodforest #wildedibles #gardeninghacks #gardenhacks

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DIY Waterproof Wood Planter

DIY Waterproof Wood Planter

This DIY planter is relatively easy to build and is perfect for growing herbs and other small plants. It also makes a great gift. #homesteadsurvivalsite #planters #diyplanter #woodplanter #diy

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How to Build a $17.50 Greenhouse Without Any Tools

Get yourself a mini greenhouse so you can at least have a few veggies in the winter. You’d be surprised at what you can get for only a little bit of money. #homesteadsurvivalsite #greenhouse #diygreenhouse #frugal #diy

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Composting 101: Read This Before You Start

Compost is the product that you get out of #composting – a material that you can as fertilizer in the garden, as feed for your chickens, and to build up the soil structure on your property. #homesteadsurvivalsite #compost #gardening #gardeningtips

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10 Reasons You Should Build a Greenhouse

There are many advantages to gardening inside a greenhouse. You get plants all year long, you get healthier crops, and you can garden in any weather. #homesteadsurvivalsite #greenhouse #diygreenhouse #gardening #gardeningprojects

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15 Easy Ways to Grow Potatoes

If you could grow only one crop, potatoes would be a good choice. Potatoes are perhaps the ultimate survival food. #homesteadsurvivalsite #growingpotatoes #survivalfood #gardentips #gardenhacks

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40 Best Plants for an Edible Landscape

40 Best Plants for an Edible Landscape

If you have an edible landscape on your property, then you can live off the land if you ever have to. Here are 40 great plants for edible landscaping.

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Build a Raised Garden Bed for Under $30

There are many benefits to raised bed gardens, and they’re not very difficult to make. You just need some lumber, peat moss, compost, and a little time. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardening #raisedbedgarden #raisedgardenbed #gardeningprojects

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