Category: Farming

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Topping Plants to Increase Potential Yield Size

Topping is a very beneficial method that may allow a grower, whether indoor or outdoor, to yield a larger harvest off of almost any plant that grows above ground. Traditionally plants are grown and harvested naturally without too much additional…

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Recycled Planters for Home Gardening

Every year families are planting more and more fruits, flowers, and vegetables within their gardens at home. However, as more plants are placed in the garden space becomes limited. Fortunately there are several great alternatives for recycled planters for home…

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Is Organic Food the Right Choice for You?

With health problems increasing everywhere and at all ages, the new found health awareness that is prevalent amongst modern families is on the rise. For a healthier life, a commitment to healthy eating is a great start.
Fruits, vegetables, whole…

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Drying and Storing Seeds: Next Planting Season

In the last few years there has been a growing trend for natural and organic food. Especially as it becomes more and more clear that communities not just nationwide but worldwide do not appreciate Genetically Modified Organisms (GMO). This lack…

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DIY: Eating from Home for Free

Want to learn how to save money this year on groceries while at the same time eating from home for free? Simply start a comfortably sized backyard garden or indoor garden this spring and summer season from home! Doing so…

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Dead Hens left in Cages next to Hens Laying Your Eggs

Dead Hens left in Cages
Sometimes I try to ignore the headlines so I don’t go crazy along with the rest of the world. But when things are this out of hand, we all need to step up to the…

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United States Government Sterilizing its Population and Promoting Birth Defects

The US Government is Sterilizing its Population with Tap Water
Nearly all of the United States municipal water supplies contain fluoride, with levels averaging around 1 ppm. The body can naturally process and eliminate about half of the fluoride we ingest…

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How to Grow Your Own Lemon Tree From Seed

Even in northern climates and in the dead of winter, a productive lemon tree can be growing inside of your home or garage. They are quite beautiful in appearance, both in regard to their dark-green leaves and their snow-white blooms,…

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Grow Your Own Turmeric (Curcumin) for Your Medicine Cabinet

Lately, turmeric (curcumin) has been the most talked about herb with amazing healing properties. The Chinese have used this herb for several thousand of years as medicine. In India, it has been used in Ayurvedic medicine for several thousand of…

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Warning: Silent toxin in food that provokes cancer, diabetes

Found in everything from cereal grains to dried fruit and nuts to legumes, along with wine, hard cheeses and certain types of coconut oil — mycotoxins are difficult to dodge. Associated with a variety of diseases, these fungal metabolites can…

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