Chicken wire garden armour Description Our Gardens are under attack constant from flying intruders who attack and ravage without warning from the blue sunlight sky. A method cheap and easy to construct using only simple tools using only chicken wire. A Do it yourself project taking about three hours. Once constructed you will no longer have to worry about your strawberries and other fruits and with fresh vegetables still growing in safety with fully ripe and fresh you and your family will be able to enjoy the fruits of your labours. Additional sources for information optimizing waste water management in inland freshwater aquaculture systems,Australian government caring for our country, Bookpurnong local action planning committee regional land and water planning coordinators Loxton. Geoff Egel Check out this youtube channel for other ideas and others that may be of interest to you. Garden better homes and gardens burkes backyard Gardening Australia Birds parrots sparrows food home garden organic gardening pests strawberries carrots tomatoes onions leeks celery spring onions bock chow greenhouse sustainability potatoes peas beans food Fresh Fruit clean and green fresh food Geoff Egel people gardener gardenering Greening Australia Landcare Coast Care
Watch Saul from Home Depot Community demonstrate how to make a vertical garden with detailed instructions. The project begins by constructing the bed, then waterproofing the wood, setting up the irrigation system and filling with soil and flowers.
Vertical Pallet Gardening with Herbs and Vegetables www.pottedvegetablegarden.com Marty shows you some very cool ways on how to use this everlasting resource in your garden. Watch the video and use some of these great ideas in your garden whether it’s large or small.
3 Original Ideas for Vertical Strawberry Gardening www.pottedvegetablegarden.com Marty Ware from the Potted Vegetable Garden shows you some inspirational ways on how you too can grow a wide range of foods including Strawberries. Please subscribe to the Martys Garden youtube series to see more videos like this and follow along as Marty Builds his veggie patch and container garden on the patio.
Tips for starting a new garden with soil that has poor drainage. So far I’m growing strawberry plants, garlic, herbs and nasturtiums. I’m using cardboard boxes, cotton material and homemade compost, the latter of which I explained in my previous video. The plant I couldn’t remember is called comfrey which is especially good for making a fertilizer. For more information, please visit my blog at simplefoodremedies.blogspot.co.uk
See award winning succulent designer, Laura Eubanks, as she shares her popular technique of creating art with succulent cuttings and glue. Each student assembles their own fabulous succulent topped pumpkin centerpiece by choosing from a wide assortment of succulents. She will explain the process of how to plant and ensure each centerpiece lasts for months to come. Laura will also explain how to care, handle and artistically prune your masterpiece as the succulents begin to grow.
In this DIY project, I will show you how to build a self-watering container for your vegetable gardening. You can visit my blog www.getforked.ca to see this project progress. There are many benefits to container gardening and this project takes it one step further. An internal reservoir allows the soil to naturally wick up water to the roots of the plant. Top gardening tips will tell you to never let your plants get too dry. with this system this is not a problem. This reservoir, combined with a weed shield, really reduces the maintenance needs of your outdoor growing. Planting a vegetable garden is rewarding when to get to eat the fruits of your labor, however, some planing can be tricky. Growing tomatoes and peppers can be a challenge but a self-watering planter such as the one I build here will make it a breeze. At the end of this video I will also show you how to plant and grow tomatoes in this system. One of my favourite aspects of this self-watering container gardening is that it is well suited for Off-grid project, as their is no need for power. This is an inexpensive project and you may have most of the materials you need on-site. Here is a list if you are going to start from scratch. Tools Drill and drill bits Hose cutter 7/8th hole saw Knife Parts: Zip ties Clear hose with ½ inch internal diameter ½ inch rubber grommet ½ inch 90 degree pressure fit irrigation connector 3, 5, or 7 gallon bucket and lid (in this case I used a 7 gallon bucket) 4 inch net pot (You …
Aquaponics system: How to build a desktop aquaponics system for indoor gardening. Aquaponics guide. As the days get shorter and the nights get colder, we can no longer deny that fall is on the way and winter is around the corner. For me this means that hot summer days toiling around the garden will soon end. Last year, I started to experiment with hydroponics so I could continue to grow fresh food during the winter months. I learned that with a little know-how, growing fresh fruits and vegetables is not only possible but easy to do. For the past year I have been researching alternative methods for indoor growing and really gravitated towards aquaponics. What is aquaponics you might ask. Those of you familiar with hydroponics would recognize the system built in this video as a simple flood and drain or ebb and flow unit. In fact, you could just use this system for hydroponics, just delete the fish out of the equation. That said, what is aquaponics? Remember when those lions were singing about the circle of life? Well aquaponics is kind of the same thing. Nature has a way of working things out for herself, take a pond for example. Fish eat bugs, fish, and plants. The fish create waste in the form of ammonia. A bacteria called Nitrosomonas comes along and convert the ammonia into nitrites. Then a different bacteria called Nitrobacter converts the nitrites into nitrates. The plants in the pond and nearby banks use the nitrates as food therefore keeping the water fresh for the …
Subscribe Now: www.youtube.com Watch More: www.youtube.com Spacing is a very important thing to consider when planting vegetables. Find out how to space vegetables when planting with help from the owner of a nursery in this free video clip. Expert: Oscar Carmona Filmmaker: Oscar Carmona Series Description: Vegetable gardens make a great addition to any type of yard. Learn about the basics of starting and maintaining your own vegetable garden with help from the owner of a nursery in this free video series.
So how will you take care of your hair after apocalypse? Forget using soap – fats won’t be wasted on your good looks. Marjory Wildcraft investigates hair care after TEOTWAWKI. Comment and subscribe! Want more cool stuff on being self reliant? Go to www.GrowYourOwnGroceries.com