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25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – Page 3 of 3 –...

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awesome DIY Idea...go to a nearby Home Depot or a Sams Club and ask an employee or manager for a few of these...

How to Make Raised Beds From Pallets

awesome DIY Idea...go to a nearby Home Depot or a Sams Club and ask an employee or manager for a few of these...

13 Vegetables That You Can Regrow Again And Again --> Romaine Lettuce

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The Homestead Survival | Garden Plants That Are Not Companions | Homesteading | Gardening

Companion Planting

Grow an endless supply of sweet potatoes at home from 1 store bought potato. Place 1 sweet potato in the center of a container and cover with soil. Once sprouts reach about 6-inches tall remove 6 of them from the original container and plant in a 20 gallon container with drainage holes. Water regularly and after about 4 months turn the container over and dump out the rooted soil to harvest the new sweet potatoes. A 20 container should produce about 3 to 4 gallons of sweet potatoes.

Grow an endless supply of sweet potatoes at home from 1 store bought potato. Place 1 sweet potato in the center of a container and cover with soil. Once sprouts reach about 6-inches tall remove 6 of them from the original container and plant in a 20 gallon container with drainage holes. Water regularly and after about 4 months turn the container over and dump out the rooted soil to harvest the new sweet potatoes. A 20 container should produce about 3 to 4 gallons of sweet potatoes.

Make individual irrigation systems with a soda bottle. Bury it in the soil next to your plants. #plantnite #planthacks

8 gardening hacks to turn your black thumb green

Make individual irrigation systems with a soda bottle. Bury it in the soil next to your plants. #plantnite #planthacks