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Why Pole Beans are Better Than Bush Beans. Pole Bean Planting Basics. Best Varieties to Plant. Boosting production and trellising for easy p...

How to Grow Lots of Pole Beans

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Mini Greenhouse - raised garden beds. Beautiful! I would incorporate storage underneath to use less soil & maximize space

Starting Vegetable Seeds Indoors That T H R I V E!

Starting Vegetable Seeds Indoors

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Don't Delay Planting Cover Crops - Start Farming News - 9/5/12 - Cover crops can help improve soil quality, save manure nitrogen or fix nitrogen for the following crop, supply rescue forage and can lead to improved ground and surface water quality.

De-suckering tomatoes - Make sure you do this with your tomato plants everyone! You will get bigger and better tomotoes! - Click image to find more Gardening Pinterest pins

Turn Storage Containers into Self Watering Tomato Planters. This is actually brilliant. If you click way down on the link, you will find a link to another website that has a detail video. This method allows above ground growth, with exact water needs, and for late growth regions it accelerates growing season

Garden Pool: The family gets about 8 fresh eggs a day, unlimited tilapia fish, organic fruit, veggies, and herbs 365 days a year. To our knowledge, the GP (short for Garden Pool) is a one of a kind creation.

Here are 10 vegetables and herbs you can buy once and regrow forever.

5 Perennial Veggies to Plant Once and Enjoy... Forever

Welcome to the Free Online Permaculture Design Course The world’s first free online permaculture design course.  The complete 72+ hour curriculum is now available completely without charge together with some amazing interviews on sustainable living and intentional community design from some of the world’s greatest educators.

Growing potatoes in a laundry basket 1.Fill the baskets with about 2" of soil & compost. 2.Then put a seed potato cut into about 3 pieces with 2-3 eyes each into the basket. 3.Then cover the potato with soil 4.Gradually fill the baskets with soil as the potatoes grow, simulating "hilling" the potatoes in a garden. 5.Be sure to keep the baskets watered well.

Alternative Gardning: Growing potatoes in a laundry basket

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This is an herb spiral, in which you plant drought hardy plants at the top and water-thirsty plants at the bottom. By adding wood, it mimics hugelkultur, in which buried wood adds nutrients and reserves water. - Grow Food Not Lawns Facebook page (link goes to "15 Reasons a permaculture herb spiral lets you practice sustainable gardening in urban or country settings" by NaturalNews)

Some great permaculture posters linked to in this post - including zebras in zone 5. How cool...

The Art and Science of Making a Hugelkultur Bed – Transforming Woody Debris into a Garden Resource

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