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Prepare Your Homestead for a Storm with These Hurricane Preparedness Tips

Our technology today is so advanced that it can even detect upcoming storms. But don’t ever trust this piece of tech easily. We never know when a storm might hit our country, so it’s better to prepare than to be sorry. To prepare your homestead of upcoming storms, we provided a list of tips below for you to follow.   Get The Supplies Ready Always make supplies a priority. In times like these, it’s advisable to carry supplies that are travel-friendly especially when you decide to evacuate. Laundry baskets are…

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10 Homesteading Tips to Make Use of Your Small Space at Home

Just because you don’t have acres of land doesn’t mean you can’t be a homesteader anymore. With just a little bit of land or even a small yard outside, you can fulfill your dream to be a homesteader. Here are 10 tips for small space homesteading for you to follow. Provide Food on Your Own You can grow your own foods without having a huge land outside. You can grow herbs on your window seal, or even tomatoes in your tiny patio. You can also use a flower bed to…

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Live a Homestead Life While Renting with These 15 Homesteading Tips

When we talk about homesteading, we think about people living with lands on their own filled with farms full of animals or lush gardens filled with fruits and veggies to sustain themselves. But living the homestead life is not just limited for people with lots of money. In fact, you can live this kind of life without having a farm or huge gardens on your own. In reality, even when you’re renting, you can do homesteading with just a limited amount of budget. So how can we live that homestead…

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Waste No More by Using These 6 Homesteading Tips

You’re now living the dream of having a homestead life. Having a garden and a farm filled with hens, birds, cows, pigs is a wonderful sight to see. These things probably starts producing products, and especially waste. So how can we use everything on your homestead so none of it goes to waste? Some of you are probably thinking that it’s better to throw away these waste rather than recycling it. But did you know that they can come in useful and actually integrates well with other homesteading activities? Below,…

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Winter Gardening Tips

Protect Your Soil Adding a good compost to your soil might be perfect at this time. You have to lay it on top and leave it for a long while, and it will surely safeguard and nourish your soil until the spring comes. Aside from that, you can protect your soil by planting some green manure in the likes of rye, crimson clover, or buckwheat. Maintain Your Pond Rotting vegetation can potentially give off harmful toxins into the water and clog up your filters which means that it might be…

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6 Space Saving Gardening Tips  

To have a huge backyard or gardening space might come unnecessarily since there are options and methods nowadays that can let you enjoy and have a garden at your homes like container gardening – the methods of growing plants in containers. Here are six gardening tips that can help you have the comforts of growing some plants in your living space without needing to have a garden that takes up so much space.   Small Containers It’s essential to have containers for you to be able to maximize the little…

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Garden and Save the Environment All at Once with These Eco-Friendly Gardening Tips

Eco-friendly gardening is good for the environment. It reduces the risk of negative environmental effects and at the same time, promotes a healthy lifestyle. But how do we do eco-friendly gardening? Is it different from the usual gardening routine we used to follow? If you’re interested on creating an eco-friendly garden, below is a myriad of eco-friendly gardening tips for you to follow. Let’s take a look at them. Create a garden that’s designed for your environment, climate, and location you’re living in. Plant plants that are native to your…

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10 Easy Gardening Tips for The Lazy You

You may think that title is misleading, but the truth is, most gardeners are not lazy. They love what they’re doing. They love being outdoors while talking care of their plants, vegetables, fruits, and herbs. But gardening is not a full-time job. We people also has a lot of other things to do than taking care or maintaining your plants outside. It’s not about being lazy, but being able to balance gardening with life’s everyday chores. Below, we’re going to provide you 10 gardening tips to fit gardening into your…

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5 Important Gardening Tips for Beginners

If you’re new to gardening, then you’ve come to the right place. In this article, we’re going to share 5 tips for beginners who are just starting their gardening journey. Start small by planting easy plants Take it slow by planting easy plants first. It’s not necessary to go into a full-blown gardener by planting hard to maintain plants. The first easy plant we’re going to recommend is radishes. Radishes doesn’t require extra work as they can go from seed to plant in no time. They’re also easy to take…

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Gardening Tips: The Best Fruits and Veggies to Plant During Springtime

For some people, summertime is the best season to garden because this is the time where the weather is the warmest on a consistent period of time. However, planting during spring is also a great time without having to wait until summer comes. Below are the list of fruits and vegetables that’s perfect to plant during the springtime. Vegetables Beets – This vegetable is perfect to plant in the early days of Spring. Be sure to plant beets as soon as the ground is ready to be planted. Cabbage –…

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