Pensiuni Paltinis on Pak Choy Seedlings Bolted Jessica on On the Farm: Building a DIY Gr… 13 Cheap DIY Greenho… on On the Farm: Building a DIY Gr… Ruth on A Lesson in Efficiency: DIY Se… ideadonnafarm on Thunderstorms, PVC, and a Germ…
Tag Archives: High School
Produce doesn’t look this good straight from the ground. Especially if you are growing organically, there will be extra steps to take to ensure quality produce for your consumers.
They are cute. They are cuddly. They are eating everything in the garden. I had noticed a plant or two looking chewed by something bigger than the leaf cutter ants or the cabbage worms a few weeks ago. It wasn’t … Continue reading
I am always looking for ways to cut down my time spent doing things that could be consolidated. Take planting seeds for example. Conventional wisdom has taught that you either direct seed and must thin seedlings later, or use transplants. … Continue reading