11/15/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Herbs can do more than boost the flavor of your dishes. Preppers know that various herbs deserve a place in

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11/14/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Aside from being full of flavor, spices also offer various health benefits. Grow some or all of the medicinal spices

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11/14/2018 / By Michelle Simmons

The fig tree is one of the earliest plants that humans learned to cultivate. It’s easy to see why —

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-14-your-guide-to-growing-figs-in-your-backyard.html

11/14/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The availability of water can make or break your homestead. An article in New Life On A Homestead covered the

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-14-a-primer-to-harvesting-rainwater-for-your-permaculture-garden.html

11/13/2018 / By Janine Acero

A study published in the journal Biological Agriculture & Horticulture assessed soil nitrogen oxidation through field incubation, and analyzed the rate of nitrogen

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-13-organic-fertilizer-can-increase-crop-yield-plants-in-rotation.html

11/13/2018 / By Janine Acero

Come to any local gardening center and you may see rows and rows of plant- and animal-based fertilizers that boast

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11/13/2018 / By Edsel Cook

The pathogenic soil fungus Verticillium dahliae has caused significant economic losses to farmers who grow spinach and lettuce in California.

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-13-natural-farming-methods-manage-soil-borne-fungus.html

11/13/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Bites from various bugs and insects can cause severe itching, skin irritation, or diseases. But if you want to avoid

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-13-the-most-effective-and-natural-ways-to-repel-bugs.html

11/13/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Weeds are a home gardener’s nightmare. There are many ways to eliminate pesky weeds, from old-school hand-pulling to using herbicides,

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-13-use-horticultural-vinegar-as-a-natural-herbicide.html

11/12/2018 / By Ellaine Castillo

Grain is one of the most common food groups, but unlike fruits and vegetables, it is rarely a part of

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-12-how-to-grow-grains-in-your-own-backyard.html

11/08/2018 / By Edsel Cook

Knowing how to make your own organic fertilizer is a staple skill of any homesteader. An article in New Life On

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-08-diy-organic-fertilizers-for-better-crops-healthier-soil.html

11/07/2018 / By Zoey Sky

Foraging is a useful skill to have because it can help you identify wild edibles. It’s even more valuable when SHTF because

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-07-warnings-to-keep-in-mind-when-looking-for-edible-plants.html

11/07/2018 / By RJ Jhonson

The vertical farming system, a relatively new method of planting crops, is proving that it’s not always where, but also

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-07-why-vertical-farming-is-being-embraced-by-many-farmers-today.html

11/06/2018 / By Janine Acero

Growing your own food is an essential skill when living off-grid, building your own homestead, or even when bugging out. In

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-06-a-guide-to-planting-fruit-trees-in-poor-quality-soil.html

11/06/2018 / By Ralph Flores

Most people know that chocolates come from the cocoa tree; however, only the seeds of the tree are used, with

http://www.homegardeningnews.com/2018-11-06-compost-from-cocoa-pod-waste-better-than-inorganic-fertilizers.html

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