Live Succulents by planetdesertca in gardening

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bruh moment nig by nigblaster9000 in gardening

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bruh moment nig by nigblaster9000 in gardening

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Enjoying your, uh.. gardening?

bruh moment nig by nigblaster9000 in gardening

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nigg

The Biggest Little Farm [Official Trailer] ~ NEON, 2019-01-29 - [ documentary movie + extras linked in comments ] by JasonCarswell in gardening

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The Biggest Little Farm [Official Trailer] ~ NEON, 2019-01-29 (2:29) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UfDTM4JxHl8

The Biggest Little Farm [2019] ''FuLL''MoVie'OnLine'[ Documentary ~ kurang apa, 2019-05-09 (1:03:15) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M43gmClSs9w

'THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM' Interview: John & Molly Chester on My Favorite Documentary of the Year ~ Rama's Screen, 2019-05-19 (6:17) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gqqB34riYV4

Q&A for THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM with John & Molly Chester 2018 ~ DOCNYCfest, 2018-11-09 (17:52) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cuVhi1BnRg8

THE BIGGEST LITTLE FARM | De eerste dieren (exclusieve clip) ~ Cinemien, 2019-05-01 (1:28) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8VfmYTJOI3w

More: https://www.youtube.com/results?search_query=the+biggest+little+farm


THIS IS HOW MY FARM WORKS! - $100K on a quarter acre ~ Urban Farmer Curtis Stone - [ In the middle of a suburb!!! Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada ] by JasonCarswell in gardening

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The little harvesting bucket with the spinning brush was cool. Nice post

How to Grow Bush Beans - Ultimate Guide For High Yields by useless_aether in gardening

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How to Grow and Harvest Green Beans Best Techniques for Profit

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ow-NIbt8I78

Hallelujah! Government Allows Homeowners to Grow Vegetables! #NewWorldNextWeek ~ Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in gardening

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Thanks.

There's more Corbett and garden stuff out there. Not a lot but some.

Hallelujah! Government Allows Homeowners to Grow Vegetables! #NewWorldNextWeek ~ Corbett Report by JasonCarswell in gardening

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i never thought i will see corbett on a gardening sub

but since we are doing politics, here are some other things that could be done to promote gardening and food independence https://saidit.net/s/Health/comments/hl5/prescribing_fruits_and_veggies_would_save_100/uvc

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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try partial or dappled shade next time?

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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I only tried one goji berry, so I can't say I really have a good sample size though :P

Yeah I'm in zone 9 so I definitely can't do honeyberries I guess! Every year is a new experiment lol.

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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uh-oh, honeyberries are for zone 2-7 iirc they are from siberia / canada ?

i already planted everything, having a rest now.

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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Nice, I've tried goji berries before and they all died outdoors in the texas summer. Mine are all in the ground. Maybe I'll give honey-berries a try, that sounds interesting!

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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this will be a first time for me too. i have two of these, two honey-berries, two goji berries, an aronia and a blueberry in pots. i dug the holes and have the manure, i just need to figure out what to put where. the gojis needs no watering, so they will go to the part of the garden i cant reach with the hose. but they all need good sun if i want a harvest.

Better Than Blueberries? - Juneberry, Serviceberry, or Saskatoons by useless_aether in gardening

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Nice, I just put a very small blueberry bush in a couple weeks ago. It only has like 10 leaves so far, but it's growing. I also put in some grape vines that are also super young. Hopefully in a year or two I'll have some good fruit coming in

Interesting about these berries though, haven't heard of some of those.

How to Grow Pumpkins by useless_aether in gardening

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this will be the first for me, so thanks for the input!

How to Grow Pumpkins by useless_aether in gardening

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Well shit, I tried planting mine in the fall and didn't hill them, just placed on top of soil with a hay topper. No wonder I have no sprouts.

How to Grow Pumpkins by useless_aether in gardening

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Growing Kale - A Complete Guide To Grow The Best Kale In Your Garden by useless_aether in gardening

[–]magnora7 2 insightful - 2 fun2 insightful - 1 fun3 insightful - 2 fun -  (0 children)

I hate kale, but I have had kale chips/crisps from the grocery store that were really good. That sucks about the throwing up, I'd probably never touch it again too

Growing Kale - A Complete Guide To Grow The Best Kale In Your Garden by useless_aether in gardening

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Not going to lie.

I ate Kale once with my gf. We both threw up for 2 days.

Not sure why - probably a bad batch... I just can't bring myself to trust it again lol.

Popular and Hardy Indoor Plants by magnora7 in gardening

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sanseveria trifasciata is the best air purifier along with the spider plant

yucca is also good

https://www.healthline.com/health/health-potential-of-yucca

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b08zwv2zHks

i heard weed is very popular as well :-)

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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Thanks for the info! I think I'm going to buy some fruit trees soon. I'll probably just buy the whole tree to keep things easy.

the best way to go about it. but! my first purchase was from a big hw store and they mostly died. then i bought some from a big box gardening center and they mostly worked, but were 5x more expensive. then i tried a small nursery nearby who are mostly specialized in flowers and they also died. at last i found a university research facility that also sells to public and they were both cheap and had the most viable stock. or maybe i was just getting better at planting them :-)

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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most seeds do work, they are just finicky or need a little help from us. once i looked into starting black locusts from seed and they need to be treated w boiling water... with notoriously difficult seeds they use like a 100 seeds just to get a couple of seedlings

I dunno, I really tried. I had several hundred of each, and I even 'stratified' them as suggested, which is basically a simulated winter. Even after that, none of the hundreds of seeds sprouted, I was so disappointed!

That's crazy about the boiling water.

Maybe I just got a bad batch of seeds.

Cherries sound amazing.

Thanks for the info! I think I'm going to buy some fruit trees soon. I'll probably just buy the whole tree to keep things easy.

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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most seeds do work, they are just finicky or need a little help from us. once i looked into starting black locusts from seed and they need to be treated w boiling water... with notoriously difficult seeds they use like a 100 seeds just to get a couple of seedlings. but i found mango and avocado seeds sprouting in my red wiggler bins. i had strawberry seeds sprouting while still on the mother plant. my walnut and hazelnut trees are also producing viable seeds. otoh i pruned my cherry severly last year and in response it sent up around 50 shoots all around it. but those are all coming from its root stock so they are wild cherries. which is fine, they are delicious, and, when i want to do some cherry grafting in the future, i will have plenty of rootstock.

edit: right, so rootstock is started from seed and the scion is either a cutting or was also started from seed

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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Thanks! How do they get a new tree though if the seeds don't work? Can you turn a branch in to a new tree by soaking it? Is that how all new apple trees are made?

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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there are exceptions, but the best is to stick with the same type of fruit, in this case citrus. you could have five types of apples on the same tree, but not kiwi, figs, pears and oranges on the same tree.,

for example, i would aim for early-, mid-, and late season apple varieties on a single tree or both sweet and sour cherries on a single tree and so on.

usually what you buy at a nursery is already grafted for you, but yeah, use it however you want,

i would practice grafting on any piece of decidious greenwood / tree before moving to fruit trees.

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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So can you just go to a gardening store and buy orange tree branches, and graft those on to a tree? I assume it only grafts on to special types of trees, not just any random tree. Like I have a crape myrtle tree, I can't just slap an orange tree branch on that, right?

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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also some human cultivar seeds lost their germination capability and are only propagating vegetatively.

I guess that's the part I didn't really understand. Thanks for the explanation! Very interesting

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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to germinate, some seeds need special treatments, like exposure to high/low temperatures (forest fire/deep freeze), or scarification, or a good soak or to be dried for a month or two before planting. also some human cultivar seeds lost their germination capability and are only propagating vegetatively.

usually its all done by grafting scions onto rootstocks. the rootstocks are usually the original, wild (resistant) varieties of the scion or wild almonds or what have you. the same deal with grapes. grafting is not hard to do with a grafting knife and some practice. and a bit of wax to protect the area from drying out.

there is also a technique, when you maintain moist soil around a tree limb for long enough for it to grow roots there. pick a limb that you would prune anyway, upto one inch thick. rig a tupperware or even just plastic bags might work. the hard part is to keep the soil in place and moist at all times. when there are roots, saw off the limb and plant as usual.

[PDF warning] Pretty detailed vegetable seed saving guide by useless_aether in gardening

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What I want to know is why some seeds suck so much, mainly fruit seeds. I have planted blackberry, blueberry, strawberry, orange, apple, grapes, and NONE of them sprouted. And I put down hundreds of seeds of each, from different seed sources.

Apparently with almost all those fruits, people generally buy a cutting or part of a plant, and do not use the seeds. I find this bizarre. Apparently I don't understand fruit horticulture very well. My neighbor has a bunch of orange trees that are loaded, and I'm envious haha

Top Gardening Tips - LewRockwell LewRockwell.com by useless_aether in gardening

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ha, the old geezer is a gardener! til. one of us!

Wood Wide Web. [Political intrigues amongst trees, communistic trade-puts, capitalistic cut-throat piracy, all happening with trees and plants] by Mnemonic in gardening

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I would feel so much better about this ifNorway was still a reputable nation. It's completely corrupted so not sure what to make of their research. I will take it on faith and see how it applies on my small farm for the use of Druid-realms. Unfortunately they will be taking it to use to Kontrol the minds of mankind so its a good warning to us.

When you see these 6 media families in the US unable to control the gut instincts even though they have expanded into VR, have perfected shutting down minds using a few choice words like Alt, Conspiracy theory, etc. Attempt a coup d'etât yet, though a lot of censorship, still lost control - that's what they want to harness which makes me dubious about Norway and this delicate plant, biological work.

6 Tips to Grow Edible Wine Cap Mushrooms in Your Garden (King Stropharia in Wood Chips) by magnora7 in gardening

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I'm going to try this out this year. :)