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Multiply your store bought sweet potatoes - place 1 sweet potatoes in a bucket of moist soil. As slips (shouts) appear, pull out place them six at a time into 20 gallon buckets. Wait 4 months, dump bucket, get 3 to 4 gallons of organic homegrown sweet potatoes per bucket. Need to try this.

Miniature root cellar in the garden. The pinner wrote: "First, I cut the bottom from a 5-gallon bucket. Then I dug a hole in the ground just big enough to hold the bucket with the top of it flush with the ground. I filled the bucket with just-dug carrots, placed the lid on the bucket and plopped a bale of straw on top for insulation." Simple and smart!

Become self-reliant! Instead of spending lots of money on pesticide laden, genetically modified veggies you can grow your own. The taste (and nutrition) of home grown food is far superior to the grocery store variety and your cost is almost free.

You can grow delicious organic mushrooms in coffee grounds and it doesnt take a lot of effort. You just need a few things including a lot of coffee grounds. In this tutorial I will show you several different ways to grow gourmet mushrooms. A lot of different types can be grown and I will use Pearl Oyster mushrooms. They are easy to grow, delicious and great for beginners

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How To Improve Your Garden Soil Without A Compost Heap

How To Improve your Garden soil without a compost heap - An easy way to recycle kitchen waste directly in your soil.