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Nobody wants to waste food, and everyone likes to grow their own potatoes, right? Planting sprouted potatoes is a great project for kids to learn where their food comes from and have fun while doing it!
In this post, I explore the pros and cons of raised garden bed liners, plus the materials you can use to make them.
Hint: the answer is yes, you should line a raised garden bed! There are lots of things you can use to build and line a raised garden bed, and you don’t have to spend a lot of money, either.
Let’s face it – we don’t all have a huge yard to grow a nice garden with vegetables and flowers. However, you don’t have to let a lack of space stop you from growing!
I love the idea of renting garden space, and I think it will get much more popular as people get excited about growing their own food.
If you have an entrepreneurial streak, you might be able to start a business or cooperative that rents garden space, tools, and equipment to people in your community.
You might not be blessed with perfect soil. In fact, your yard might be a mess with all the dense, heavy clay soil.
Even so, there are ways to improve soil to make it drain better. Adding compost is one way, but it isn’t your only option!
In this post, I explore tomato plant pollination and the ways it can be done. Hint: the answer is yes, tomato flowers do self-pollinate – but there’s more to it than that!
You’ll just have to read my article to find out the best ways to ensure maximum pollination for your tomato plants.
If you are just getting started with your garden, you might also want to check out this page for beginner gardeners.
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