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Susan Weston
Susan Weston
Susan Weston

Susan Weston

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Here is a complete list of our various Mix Recipes in 31 Easy Categories so you can find whatever you need ! Making your own mixes can help your family save bundles of cash every week!

Gotta try this....The next time you have green onions, don't throw away the white ends. Simply submerge them in a glass of water and place them in a sunny window. Your onions will begin to grow almost immediately and can be harvested almost indefinitely.

No Dig Potatoes -- Great video showing you how to grow your potatoes on top of your lawn using the no-dig method!

Garlic is so easy to grow. The only difficult thing is to remember to plant the fall, that way it can winter over underground and develop a nice big bulb. You harvest it the next June. This article will help you do it right!

Not only is this pleasing to the eye, but it is accessible when you need to take care of the herbs.

10 Tips for More Tomatoes -- I get high yields by using black plastic on the ground, and watering only once (4-5 hours on a drip system) every 10-14 days. This puts the plant into "starvation" mode and it will put all its energy into fruit production (for continuing its species) instead of foliage. Your plants will be LOADED with tomatoes. Fertilize only once before planting, and no more. I guarantee you will have lots of tomatoes.

How to Start Seeds Indoors at Home -- In a month you can start your seeds for tomatoes, peppers and more. This video will show you how. Right now you can start seeds indoors for lettuce, kale, and all the other greens. Directly sow seeds for beets, spinach, and peas right into the soil by March 15th.