Here is a February gardening to do list routine of what to plan, plant, prune, maintain, pest control,compost and even a few fun projects. Many homesteaders take gardening very seriously because they are growing a portion of their family’s food supply. The generous garden harvest is dehydrated, water bath canning, pressure canning, preserved in salt and frozen to be used throughout the year served in meals.
Homesteading gardeners also tend to play extra crops to supplement their livestock diets as well. Chickens, pigs, horses, cows, sheep are just a few livestock animals that love to eat fresh veggies and garden scraps.
Browse this checklist that is categorized for the month of February which has quite a bit of things to do.
Who would have known that even before winter is over, it is time to gear up to GROW !
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This month the weather swings into spring one moment and plunges back to winter the next but there is still a lot to do.
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