On today’s podcast episode 58 I give my thoughts on a few popular food growing methods that seem to be the hot topics in homesteading today. Are these methods something you should be doing or are they just a shiny object that looks good on the surface but have no place on your homestead?
Before I built my larger permanent greenhouse this is what I used to get my seeds going a little earlier in the year and give my garden a jumpstart. When you’re not using it for seed starting it also makes a great shelf to set plants on in the summer when you remove the cover.
On today’s podcast episode I’m joined by Jill May. She and her family are homesteaders on a couple acres in Ohio with a passion for the lifestyle and she also is an active member of our Homestead Front Porch Facebook Group.
There is much to consider when you layout a plan for your spring garden and in this article/podcast episode I will help you think through the details and provide you with the tools and knowledge you need to have your best garden so far.
There are three main ways you can improve the soil in a garden bed, You can use organic mulches to cover the bed, work in soil amendments or you can grow cover crops. All of these methods work well and each have their advantages but cover cropping garden beds seems to be the one people […]
The Redmon Green Culture 65 Gallon Compost Bin makes it easy and convenient to convert your food and lawn waste into nutrient-rich compost. This bin holds up to 65 gallons and is constructed of rugged plastic resin. Leave it out year round and it won’t deteriorate. It has a convenient lift-off lid that makes it […]
Gardening just got more relaxing Gardening just got more relaxing with the GardenHOME 7 Piece Garden Tool Set includes Folding Stool with Tool Bag Tools, all in one set.
In today’s daily blog post I discuss my Achocha Fat Baby Cucumber Seeds, my first batch of Zucchini Bread this year and my research into composting toilets.
Today’s main topic on the podcast is about how to protect your garden from everything that wants to eat it before you. No matter if you live far in the country or in the heart of the city, your garden is a target for wildlife.
The Gardener’s Hollow Leg Debris Pruning and Harvesting Bag with Adjustable Belt. Just put this recycled bag around your waist and start using both hands for weeding or harvesting. The ring opening will always stay open for you with no fumbling around.