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Water

Everything needs water to live, clean pure water is one of the most precious resources on our planet and also one of the most taken for granted and overlooked. Let’s all do what we can to help preserve and enhance our usage practices.

Soil

Healthy soil is key to a healthy eco-system. This doesn’t just mean NPK healthy soil is an eco-system in itself. The cycle of decomposers, the roots of your plants, bacteria, fungi, worms etc. There is a lot going on in a healthy soil sample, healthy soil is full of life.

Plants

Whether you are growing fruits and vegetables or raising animals that graze you end up in the business of growing plants. We made this section to enhance the complete cycle. It is our belief that a well rounded system pays off in the end and bio-diversity has proven effective in all cases the add stability and increase production.

Beneficial Insects, Pests, & Disease

Identifying whats in your garden will help you keep insect populations in balance and catch disease early.

Environment & Eco-System

Something we all have to share like it or not is our environment and eco-system. Learn new and old ways to preserve and restore the best parts of our environment.

Spider Plant Care | Growing Tips

Spider Plant Care | Growing Tips

One of the coolest, most adaptable, easy-to-grow houseplants is the Cholrophyum Comosum [kloh-roh-FY-tum kom-OH-sum], or more commonly known as "spider plant." The name means "hairy green plant," and it is a perennial evergreen plant. This is a great plant for any...

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How to Grow and Care for a String of Hearts

How to Grow and Care for a String of Hearts

Nothing says I love you more than a heart. Now imagine an entire plant filled with love and hearts. That is exactly what a String of Hearts plant is. A plant full of hearts and love. Once you see the dark green leaves with variegated silver markings or cream, pink and...

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How To Eat A Pomegranate

How To Eat A Pomegranate

Love pomegranates, but don’t know how to eat a pomegranate without someone else preparing it for you? Or maybe you have tried before to cut a pomegranate and thought “this fruit is not like an apple or avocado? Well you have come to right place to understand and the...

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How to Cut & Clean an Artichoke

How to Cut & Clean an Artichoke

How to Cut Artichokes Artichokes are one of the oldest foods known to humans. The scientific name for artichoke is Cynara cardunculus, which comes from Greek Mythology. According to Greek Mythology, the god Zeus fell in love with a girl named Cynara, and she became a...

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How To Cook Artichokes

How To Cook Artichokes

Did you know March 16th is National Artichoke Day? Well now you do. To celebrate this momentous occasion, we need to celebrate with eating some artichokes. First brought to America in the 1800, artichokes are one of the oldest vegetables know to man. According to...

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Best Artichoke Companion Plants Guide

Best Artichoke Companion Plants Guide

The days are growing longer, the weather is changing, and so it is time to get your gardening skills up and going again. I love this time of season, coming out of my house I always feel like a bear coming out of hibernation. The excitement of your new garden and grow...

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How To Prune A Pomegranate Tree

How To Prune A Pomegranate Tree

To truly understand how to prune a pomegranate tree, we must first understand the complexity of this amazing super fruit berry. The name “pomegranate” originated from 2 medieval Latin words “pomum” which means apple, and “granatum” which translates to seeded. So the...

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How To Melon

How To Melon

Melon | Scientific Name : Cucumis melo Native to central Asia, this plant is mainly cultivated and widely grown in warmer regions around the world. This plant is in the trailing vine gourd family, with many different varieties. This fruit is grown annually, and does...

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How To Cut A Pomegranate

How To Cut A Pomegranate

Learning how to cut a pomegranate can be a tricky at first, and might even be a little intimidating. Do not let that stop you from enjoying the little gems found within. Pomegranate is a sectional fruit, which means the fruit gems are divided into sections also known...

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