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21 Tricks That Will Change the Way You Garden

Wash your produce right after you harvest them to save you from taking dirty fruits and veggies into the kitchen. This tub and colander (affiliate) combo is the perfect tool.21 Tricks That Will Change the Way You Garden - One Crazy House

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The RainSaucer is a rain harvesting tool. It is portable. It is durable. It can be connected to many different collection systems (buckets, barrels, troughs, etc.) It is also not that expensive at only 55.00. I like the idea of this, much cleaner than what comes off the roof...

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from Balcony Garden Web

7 Secrets To Have A Continuously Productive Vegetable Garden

Don't you want a garden that will not only produce a bountiful harvest of fresh vegetables but also produce them continuously?

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Harvesting Herbs 101 (Basil, Chives, Cilantro/Coriander, Mint, Parsley, Rosemary, Sage, Tarragon, Thyme) – HOMEGROWN

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Amazing online tool to create your personal vegetable growing cheatsheet, 10 Things this Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will show you: When to plant How far apart to plant seeds What needs propagating What needs to be in a greenhouse What size pot to plant in Distance to thin seedlings out to Germination & maturation times Which pests to look out for What veg works best together When to harvest!
from 1001 Gardens

Create Your Personal Vegetable Growing Cheatsheet Online

Amazing online tool to create your personal vegetable growing cheatsheet, 10 Things this Vegetable Growing Cheat Sheet will show you: When to plant How far apart to plant seeds What needs propagating What needs to be in a greenhouse What size pot to plant in Distance to thin seedlings out to Germination & maturation times Which pests to look out for What veg works best together When to harvest!

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from Common Sense Homesteading

Cleaning and Sharpening Garden Tools for Easier Gardening

Cleaning and Sharpening Garden Tools: My tools take a beating, so every so often I give them some TLC. Since it was too wet to get into my garden this spring, I tackled this task that I should have tackled in fall. What can I say – fall is always crazy busy with harvest time.

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