SPIN-Farming - How to farm commercially on under an acre Make farm-size income from garden-size plots with the SPIN-Farming guide series. It’s the easiest and most effective way to learn how to make money growing food for those with no agricultural background. It is non-technical and process-driven, and equips you with everything you need to start in your backyard or neighborhood lot. And the authors, Wally and Roxanne, are available by email to answer your questions every step of the way!
open source garden automation project What is GardenBot? GardenBot is an open source garden monitoring system. This site is a collection of tutorials for how to build things (like a soil moisture sensor), software for running GardenBot, resources, links, and more. To get started, you will want to browse the How-To section to see what is required to build the various modules.
Build Your Own Raised Bed Garden Growing your veggies in raised beds offers many benefits to the average backyard gardener. One of the most common refrains among gardeners every spring is that they can’t wait to get started. Raised beds offer the opportunity to do just that. Because raised beds are built above the ground, the soil in the bed is warmer than the soil in the ground, meaning you can get gardening earlier by growing in them. By getting started earlier, you can harvest food earlier.
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Bioswales Bioswales When it rains, water runs off hard surfaces like roofs, roads and sidewalks. Most of the water that falls on typical grass lawns turns into runoff, too. In New York City, stormwater runoff goes into the same combined wastewater system as sewage from homes and businesses. During many storms, so much water enters the system that the wastewater treatment plants are overwhelmed, and millions of gallons of stormwater and raw sewage are released into the area’s waterways. The Queens Botanical Garden is trying to manage all of the rainwater that falls on our site to help prevent this kind of pollution.
We’ve got lots of old, rotting firewood that’s cut too big for our fireplace stove. Personally, I STINK at splitting firewood and husband has said that if I were to acquire a chainsaw, he would render it inoperable in order to save me from myself. In his own words, he doesn’t think that I would have trouble handling the equipment. He thinks that I would take on projects that were too big for one person, try to do them myself, and somehow damage our property or that of our neighbors. hmmm… does this guy know me or what?! Hugulkultur Next to the Driveway | Grow With Me In My NJ Garden
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Container gardening isn't only for savvy urban gardeners and folks with limited space to grow, it can also be for folks who want to maximize their yields in a controlled environment. Not only does growing potatoes in a barrel reduce the amount of weeding and exposure to pests and fungi, you don't even have to risk shovel-damage to the tender potatoes by digging them out of the ground when they're done, just tip the container over! After extensive research to plan my own potatoes-in-a-barrel, I've boiled all of the recommendations down to 4 simple steps to a winning potato harvest. 1. Select and prepare a container
Learn How to Grow Potatoes in a Bucket Through Catchy Song and Animation (Video) Topic Simple/Video screen capture I’m always surprised when I encounter a gardener who hasn’t given growing potatoes in a bucket a try. Potatoes are one of the easiest edibles to grow in the garden, and by growing them in buckets you can harvest a potato crop just in even the smallest urban garden. Growing potatoes in buckets is easy.
UPDATE: The response we have received from this short story is amazing, but created many questions from subscribers who needed further information. We have since looked into this and are happy to share with you detailed information on this amazing organisation called Growing Power. It would appear that there are many subscribers of Wake Up World who have been tasked with a similar project in their local community (though perhaps not on this scale) and we trust that the new article will be of use to those who required further details. Click here for a detailed explanation of how the below is done, though we suggest watching the below movie first as it is not included in the new article.
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Growing Shiitake Mushrooms is Easier Than You Think Written by Mindy on January 17th, 2013 Did you know that shiitakes are easy to grow in the home garden? Well they are and they only require a few items beyond the spawn (seeds). But before you jump into the fungus business, there are a few things you will need to know. Shiitakes will produce 6 to 18 months after inoculation and will continue to produce for four to six years.Any hardwood will work.
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Amaranthus, King of “Grains” « The Arid Land Homesteaders League Amaranth, pigweed Amaranthus spp. Among the many horrible things Europeans did to natives of the “new world” to suppress them, and ultimately attempt to render their culture extinct was to separate them from their food. Though a few new world crops were allowed into the cornucopia of everyone living in the new world, many crops were forbidden. Amaranth was one of those contraband crops.