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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So my new property has some wooded hillsides, and some lawn hillsides, I really don't want to cut the grass on the hillsides, but I am wondering what would be good to plant where there is currently lawn? Maybe garlic, asparagus? What would be good hillside crops on the forested hills? Or should...
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Like similar ones, the topic of this thread is to compile information allowing one to create a list of nutritionally viable edible plants suitable for their own situation. Recognizing not all plants share the same optimal growing conditions, this thread is specific to cool, temperate areas that...
  3. General Discussion
    My wife was scrolling around in Google Earth. We were shocked at all the grow operations just in our area. 2 years ago, my neighbor stated he made more than $60k by selling to out of state buyers. (no direct knowledge) Our paper recently ran an article on a huge grow operation out of Selma...
  4. DIY - Do It Yourself
    Alright, so I was thinking that if I ever had to live underground due to fallout, it'd be nice to have a grow room. So do any of you guys/gals have any idea how to economically build an underground grow room? It wouldn't even have to be permanent, just 6-9 months before any risk of structural...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I just started a YouTube channel so be gentle and enjoy. My garden had a raised bed as well as a container section Here's a link.
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I was wondering if anyone has dabbled with making (well, growing) yeast? What exactly would it entail and how did our ancestors come to finding it? My usual sources (who am I fooling? Wikipedia & Google) have failed me; I did find out that the difference between making alcohol and vinegar is the...
  7. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Has anyone ever tried growing their own tea? From what I read, it can take about 5 years for a plant to reach harvest age, but can produce for up to 100 years if properly cared for. I ask because I enjoy drinking green tea in many forms and it is my main source of caffeine. Caffeine aside...
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