Category Archive: Gardening

How to Build a Homemade PVC Drip Irrigation System for your Garden for under $100

Do you do a lot of gardening? Are you using a drip irrigation system. If not, you should consider it, the benefits to using one include: saving water, improving growth, discouraging weed growth, saving time, and helping to control fungal diseases. While there are a lot of costly implementation out there, we have found a …

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10 Simple Steps toward Self-Sufficiency

Have you ever considered living off the grid? What about survival in an extended emergency situation? Relying only on your own abilities isn’t easy. Luckily for you, we are here to help. Getting back to the basics and achieving food security are essential parts of self-sufficient living.   Whether you are aiming for self-sufficiency as a …

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40 Ways to Preserve Tomatoes

Tomatoes are a great crop to grow and can be easily grown. You might often find yourself with a surplus of tomatoes and don’t know any good ways to preserve them. Click the link below to see 40 ways that they can be preserved. 40 Ways to Preserve Tomatoes

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15 Ways to Use a Galvanized Tub for the Home and Garden

Learning to be resourceful is great for anyone who wants to be prepared for emergencies. You don’t need to be put into an emergency situation in order to practice your resourcefulness. For example, here are 15 Way Creative Resourceful uses for a Galvanized Tub in your home or garden: 15 Ways to Use a Galvanized …

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9 Greens You Can Grow All Winter

Just because it is winter, doesn’t mean that you have to stop growing your organic herbs and vegetables. While not all plants are suited for the lack of sunlight and frigid temperatures, there are plenty of herbs and vegetables that can be grown and harvested during the winter months. Click on the link below to …

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5 Easy Ways to Apply Permaculture in your Community Garden  

For aspiring eco-warriors, it’s easy to start your new green space with permaculture. By applying it to your community garden, you can help yourself to grow better produce.

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