Aspirin is the remedy for fungal plant problems, Black spot, powdery mildew, and rust are a terrible trio of fungi, which can attack and destroy your plants. Scientists have found that two uncoated aspirin tablets (325 milligrams each) dissolved in 1 quart of water and used as a foliar spray can thwart these diseases.
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Why Use Roundup? Make Your Own Weed Killer
The next time you walk outside and see a garden bed full of weeds and reach for the Roundup, why not stop and ask yourself a question. “Why douse them with some…
Building a Wood Pallet Fence Project - No Disassembling Needed | The Homestead Survival
This simple concept of building a wood pallet fence project that actually requires no disassembling needed can save you hours of hard labor and lower the
Grazing frames for chickens in small spaces. Tutorial. "Your chickens can snack on the green tips, and the frame protects the roots so that the grass survives to grow another day."
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a whole strawberry patch in a 55 gallon drum. ^i was going to do that with a garbage can and put a blueberry bush in the middle. I think I will. :)
How to root sweet potatoes in a jar for planting
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Growing fodder for the homestead
Feed cost is the biggest ongoing expense for a farmer. So any time he/she can reduce feed costs, even by a little, he/she will do so, if he/she is smart. I've been researching ways to cut our feed costs, and have achieved a breakthrough. Fodder. It's not new, but it's new for us, and I…
chicken tractor, hoop style
I showed our awesome "farm hand" an image of one of these and within 2 days he put this together for the hens! I was going to make one, but lets be honest, when in the heck do I have time for that, and 2, it would never have turned out like this! We will attach a tarp to the back for shade during the day and we will put them back to their regular coop for the night, I am afraid the raccoons will get them through here. We had raccoons tear thru chicken wire and eat 7 chicks once :(…
Chicken Coop Litter: Sand, the Litter Superstar
For the first two years of my chickening adventures, I used pine shavings as litter inside the coop primarily because they were a common recommendation that was readily available fairly inexpensively. It never occurred to me to use sand inside the chicken coop even though I used sand in the run, ...
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