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Little can be as enraging as battling an aggressive herd of hungry deer. Their stealth and grit go unmatched. They can wipe out a hard-earned crop in a matter of minutes, in the middle of the night, while you slumber pleasantly in your bed. However, with a few tricks, you can most definitely encourage these furry critters to dine elsewhere.

How to Preserve Tomatoes

Stupice Tomato, Cool Climate tomato,Stupice Tomato seed-heirloom - untreated - sustainable - vegetable seeds - Planted six of these starts from Raven Ridge Farm, hope it leads to lots of canning :)

How to propagate rosemary and lavender; also works for basil

Edible Landscaping: Ornamental Plants You Can Eat via @MomPrepares

Drip irrigation- I do this every year and it works great! Especially during a long Texas drought- less water waste. The only thing that kept my plants going, and once the plants get growing they hide the bottles. Quick and easy way to fertilize too!

Things Every Container Gardener Should Know.

Lettuce shade & cucumber climbing frame.

Permaculture: a Rhymer's Manual (and a barn dance), from milkwood. Based on David Holmgren's 12 permaculture principles, "created with the idea that education and learning resources come in many forms." A little goofy, which makes these videos so much fun.

Make your own willow water: good for rooting, also willow contains natural "aspirin"

The Holistic Orchard: Growing Tree Fruit and Berries the Biological Way

How to start natural beekeeping- for free

How to Keep Worms in Your Garden

Steve Solomon’s garden soil and crops show the effects of steady applications of his homemade organic fertilizer.

bean teepee

raised brick spiral garden bed. Use stone instead

Gardening with epsom-salts. This gives you a good explanation of how to apply to many different plants.

How To Grow Organic Apples Without Any Kind of Spray or Pesticide

GROW GINGER AT HOME: When I started growing ginger root I expected it to be difficult. It's not. I've been growing ginger at home for years, and ginger would have to be a serious contender for the title "most neglected plant" in my garden. (Which is a shame. Ginger is a beautiful and beautifully scented plant. I really should move it. One day...) I look at my ginger plants exactly once a year, at harvest time. I harvest them, replant them, and then forget about them for another year....

Cucumbers like it hot. Lettuce likes it cool and shady. Two in one!

Propagating Your Own Gardening Plants

Propagating Your Own Gardening Plants

2,000 gallons of rainwater-

Keeping the Chicks healthy

How to plant garlic (one clove produces up to twenty more)