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10 Gardening Tricks Not to Miss so Everyone Can Become a Successful Homesteader

10 Gardening Tricks Not to Miss so Everyone Can Become a Successful Homesteader

  We remember as a child, pulling up a pot in our backyard, finding a stick – broken on both ends – and pushing it into the soil. We then watered it every day, sure that something special would grow. The adults told us not to bother, nothing would grow from a broken stick, yet

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How to Utilize Banana Peels in the Garden

I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but bananas are wonderful. You can eat them plain, put them in a smoothie, drizzle them with chocolate and put them in the freezer – it doesn’t matter. They’re delicious. And they’re also good for you. They’re loaded with fiber, potassium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and Magnesium.

Pine Needle Mulch For Growing Food

Pine Trees are such a great resource in a survival situation.  One use is to sue Pine needles for mulch when needing to grow food remotely. Check out this video and then see the 6 other survival uses of Pines: Survive With No Food By Eating A Pine Tree Medicinal Pine Needle Tea Pine Needle

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