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Growing Vertically in Small Spaces - Examples of Vertical Gardening Trellis Methods

Growing Vertically in Small Spaces - Examples of Vertical Gardening Trellis Methods

Vegetable Garden planting guides - Gardeners Calendar International Biochar Initiative | International Biochar Initiative Free-Energy Devices, zero-point energy, and water as fuel No Dig Gardening Via Scoop.it – Permaculture To teach people an easy way to build fertile soil to grow organic vegetables with free videos and written information describing the no dig gardening technique.Via www.no-dig-gardening.org Like this: Like Loading...

Fire Piston: A Never Fail Way To Build A Fire In The Wilderness Fire Piston: a simple and effective way to start a campfire without matches when stranded in the forest. A wilderness survival tool that may save your life. You are lost in the woods. It is getting cold and dark. You should seek any available wild foods around you, such as wild leeks and fiddlehead ferns (both in the springtime,) milkweed (year 'round) and Cossack asparagus (cattails.) You can make some sort of hand-tool like a primitive stone hand-axe for cutting vines to make a shelter or bust apart a rotted log in search of grubs. But what about building a campfire? Assuming that you do not have a reliable fire-starter, here is a simple and very effective tool that one should carry on their person for camping, hiking or hunting expeditions called a Fire Piston. A Fire Piston is a small wooden device which consists of two pieces. If the matches accidentally get moist they won't work, or might not work at all (try lighting a fire with matches in a light drizzle or in a heavy damp fog.)

How to Preserve Food by Robert Wayne Atkins How to Preserve Food for Future Consumption Using Three Simple Old Fashioned Methods Copyright © May 7, 2010 by Robert Wayne Atkins, P.E. All Rights Reserved. Click Here for a Microsoft WORD printer friendly copy of this article. Basic Food Safety Precautions Wash your hands thoroughly before handling any type of food. The Three Traditional Food Preservation Methods There are three simple ways to preserve food using traditional old fashioned procedures that do not require any special chemicals, or salt, or equipment: In the ground. In the Ground (Appropriate for Carrots and Radishes in the Fall) Leave the vegetables in the original ground where they grew during the summer. This technique works well with carrots and radishes. Mulch the ground above the vegetables with a thick layer of straw. However, if the weather has not yet turned cold and you leave radishes in the ground then they will go to seed. In a Root Cellar (Appropriate for Some Vegetables and Some Fruits) Carrots: Cut off the crown.

Welcome to Appropedia How 1 MILLION Pounds Of Organic Food Can Be Produced On 3 Acres By Andy Whiteley Co-Founder of Wake Up World The quality and accessibility of our food supply is a mounting issue today. With GMOs, chemical pesticides and low-nutrition processed foods now commonplace in the mainstream supply, taking control of your own food supply is one of the smartest things you can do – for your health and for your hip pocket. So, with limited space, how can we create an independent food supply? I recently came across this amazing video of a man, urban farmer Will Allen, who has figured out a self-sustaining system that can grow 1 million pounds of food every year, on just 3 acres of land, using the symbiotic cultivation of plants and aquatic animals in a re-circulating system. If you’re interested in starting your own Aquaponics system in your home, be sure to check out our exclusive special offer to Wake Up World readers at the bottom of this page. Grow 1 Million Pounds of Food on 3 Acres * Maintaining 3 acres of land in green houses * Producing 10,000 fish Growing Power

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