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    Hoop house for plants!

    Quick Hoop House DIY - Ever Growing Farm

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    nook in the potting shed/tinker house

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    Raspberry supports

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    Nice!

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    Bean House- just walk right in and pickem!

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    How to grow fresh garlic!

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    Space-saver gardening

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    Wow, thats quite a garden!

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    Beautiful garden!

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    Tree Stump Removal - Get rid of tree stumps by drilling holes in the stump and filling them with 100% Epsom salt. Follow with water, and wait. Live stumps may take as long as a month to decay, and start to decompose all by themselves This is a MUST!

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    great composting infographic!

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    Composting 101

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    How to layer material for a raised bed garden without importing expensive potting mix & topsoil. “All you have to do is think of it as a great big compost bin.” VIDEO LINK

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    This won’t give you a specific reading, but it can give you an idea whether or not it’s acidic or alkaline. Vinegar: Take a sample of dry dirt (about 1/4 cup), mix with distilled water to make a liquid “mud” and then start pouring household vinegar over top. If the mixture fizzes, it’s alkaline. Baking soda: Mix dry dirt and distilled water as above then start sprinkling baking soda over top. If the mixture bubbles, it’s acidic. If neither test produces a reaction, you have fairly neutral soil.

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    vegetable gardening for Newbies

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    Lay down a thick layer of CARDBOARD in your raised garden beds to kill the grass. It is perfectly safe to use and will fully decompose, but not before killing any grass below it. They’ll also provide compost and food for worms.

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    Garden Bed Edging These simple, attractive borders will keep grass from invading your garden and eliminate the need for edge trimming.

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    Great tips for beginners. This is a great blog!

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    Composting!

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    Tree-Stump Planter

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    Get more food from better soil with less water with raised beds. Landscape designer Linda Chisari shares her design (and materials list), along with advice on sizing and adding a convenient irrigation system.

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    A Finished Island Bed made with bricks

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    Clean design for a chicken coop. Maybe on day...

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    Classy raised beds

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