Rainwater Harvesting: An Easy and Efficient Build, by L.R.

Rainwater Harvesting: An Easy and Efficient Build, by L.R.
With spring finally here, many a homesteader is turning their thoughts to this year’s vegetable garden. Whether their garden is large or small, experienced gardeners know the successful garden begins well before the seed is planted. Many gardeners diagram on paper where they want to plant what vegetable, how many rows of each, and calculate how many bedding plants or how much seed they will need. Then, it’s off to the seed catalogs or local nursery to stock up. For many of us who have been raising gardens for a long time, there’s nothing quite like planting seeds in grow boxes to raise our own bedding plants or planting seeds directly into the ground. I confess, I go to the garden everyday to see if the seeds I planted have sprouted. I walk to the end of the row, and even after all these years I still get a thrill when I see a perfect row of tiny plants breaking through the soil. When that happens, I know I’ve been successful at least up to that point. Being successful as a gardener brings many rewards; you learn and develop a practical skill, provide food for yourself and family, lower grocery … Continue reading
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Rainwater Harvesting: An Easy and Efficient Build, by L.R.

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