Category Archive: Gardening

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Jul 23

Grow Your Own Mushrooms In The Bathroom

I wish my bathroom was a little bigger because I would so start a mushroom farm in it. It makes sense that it would be the perfect place to grow mushrooms in. After all think about how much work we put in to keeping down mold in our bathrooms and mold is just another form …

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Jul 17

Grow Fruits and Veggies Indoors Great For Apt and Condo Dwellers

If you live in an apartment or most especially a condo, you may not be able to garden. With this article from Higher Perspective you can start gardening right away, inside your home. They have gathered up fifteen different fruits and veggies that can be grown secretly indoors so you can grow some of your …

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Jul 17

Is Your Compost Hot Enough and Why It Matters

Many gardeners may ask the question is their compost hot enough and why it matters. A compost pile that heats up is a sign that it is actively decomposing the different scrap material into a nutrient rich fertilizer. Rotating your compost pile is key to adding pockets of oxygen allowing it to break down. Click …

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Jul 16

Crops You Can Grow With Very Little Irrigation

So many states are in drought right now that I am sure some folks have probably given up gardening entirely. I am sure the big farmers are struggling and home gardeners most likely just can’t garden due to water restrictions. The Prepper Project can help. The share 7 crops that you can grow with little …

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Jul 16

How to Prune Your Tomato Plants for a Better Harvest

These quick tips of how to prune your tomato plants for a better harvest will help you grow more and bigger juicy delicious tomatoes. By pruning off extra sucker stems that are not dedicated to the growing of the fruit (yep, a tomato is actually a fruit) it allows the plant to send all the …

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