Video ~ Making your own potting soil is quick and easy. You'll not only save money, but you'll end up with a higher quality product than what you can buy at the store. Not to mention you'll know exactly what's in it - no chemical fertilizers, fillers and other things you don't want to be growing vegetables in.
How to Make a Worm Farm | | Kiddley: worms What can we do with all our kitchen vegie scraps? Throw them into a compost bin, of course, but even better we could feed them to a multitude of worms who will produce powerful liquid fertiliser and nutrient-rich castings to spread over the garden. Most kids will really enjoy putting together a worm farm with an adult and watching those wiggly worms settle into their new home and then help break down and recycle kitchen scraps including leftovers...
Living fences — also called agricultural fences — are a sustainable homestead fencing option for holding livestock, creating compost, growing livestock fodder, protecting and enriching soil, and more. Living fences will last generations and add a unique element to your property. Learn the many advantages of this farm-fencing alternative, and find out which tree and shrub species will work best. Also, find step-by-step instructions for starting an Osage orange living fence.data-pin-do=
If this really works...how totally awesome???!!!! Garden Tower Project » The Homestead Survival vertical planter with a worm tower in the center really works. You add kitchen scraps into the center tower which creates a compost tea that drips out the bottom which you add back into the plants. Each hole can grow a different plant. 50 plants in 4 sq. ft.- Strawberries, lettuce, herbs, flowers... endless possibilities! Look at ALL the combinations!