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    Flexible scoop. This simple scoop is fashioned from a half-gallon plastic milk jug. It's great for distributing fertilizer granules or potting soil in tight spaces. To craft it, make two horizontal cuts on the sides adjacent to the handle, and two forward-slanting diagonal cuts in the other sides. _ 25 No-Cost (or Low-Cost) Garden Tools

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    Many versions of self watering containers, also known as self watering grow boxes, self watering pots, and self watering planters are sold online, but you can make them yourself for a fraction of the cost out of some easy to find items.

    use empty milk cartons to fill up space in large pots.. so you don't have to use as much dirt, and it isn't as heavy!

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    how-to for using milk and water jugs to create your own planters

    Very smart! Rinse veggies right in the garden and then re-use the water on the plants. Plastic bucket and small laundry basket/colander from Dollar Tree would do nicely. | protractedgarden

    Black spots on the leaves of your rose bushes, followed by yellow leaves and then bony stems and no leaves? Pull off leaves with black spot. Mix 1/4 cup of skim milk in a gallon of water in your watering can and rinse over the rose bushes, the rose bush will sprout many new growth stalks since it responds to milk just like a good fertilizer. I would repeat this rinse every 4 weeks.

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    Garden Tips! • Winterize Your Garden Tools!

    Winter-sowing seeds in milk jug greenhouses. No indoor set-up required.

    Good grief, I should have done this years ago.

    Reuse old tires as raised gardens

    Easy to DIY ladybug feeders. Bait bamboo with a raisin to lure them to your garden. Ladybugs are great for eating garden pests!

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    My Money Saving DIY:: For sharp, rust-free tools, store in a sand-filled bucket (or pots) with a little oil mixed in !! (Learned this from my Mom ! And our garden tools always stay good as new !)