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What You Can and Cannot Burn in Your Garden and Burn Barrel

What You Can and Cannot Burn in Your Garden and Burn Barrel

Having a burn barrel is a great way to cut down on the amount of waste you send to the landfill. From wood scraps to leaves, burning is a good way to get rid of natural waste if you can’t compost it, or dispose of it in another fashion. Whenever we complete a construction project, […]

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How To Grow, Harvest & Eat Litchi Tomatoes

How To Grow, Harvest & Eat Litchi Tomatoes

Nature really is a mad scientist. Take the litchi tomato as a prime example of a smattering of weird and wonderful traits, all in one plant. With its deeply lobed green leaves, sprawling habit, and clusters of small red fruits, at first glance litchi tomato could be easily mistaken for a typical cherry tomato plant. […]

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Beginners Guide to Aquaponics – What You Need and How to Build It?

Beginners Guide to Aquaponics – What You Need and How to Build It?

In this short article we’ll be discussing a little bit about a beginners guide to aquaponics. Aquaponics (also known as water gardening) is a system in which livestock (fed animals like fish and tilapia) are grown in an aquaponics system. The fish produce waste for the system to recycle while the plants convert the waste […]

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The Advantages of Rooftop Gardening

The Advantages of Rooftop Gardening

Rooftop gardens has been around for years but what is it that makes them so special? Are there any disadvantages? Some people may think it is an added luxury to have something to “up high” in the sky, but this is not necessarily true. There are many advantages of having a roof-top garden to enjoy; […]

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How To Grow Microgreens At Home

How To Grow Microgreens At Home

Do you wish you could grow veggie plants in a tiny fraction of the space a normal garden takes? Then grow microgreens at home! It’s easy, and it doesn’t take much space. Microgreens are growing increasingly popular in the world of fine dining, and for a good reason. Growers love them because they’re a year-round […]

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