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Thursday Morning Ramblings About Chihuahuas And Other Things

This is my Thursday Morning Ramblings while I drink my coffee and clear my head to prepare for my work day ahead. This house is filthy. Got to take an hour or two to catch up on the house work … Continue reading

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Growing Fresh Vegetables In A Container Or Pot

Growing fresh vegetables from home doesn’t require a large plot of land.  Using a simple pot or container can be more viable to growing vegetables than acres and acres of farm land.  Any vegetable imaginable can be grown just as … Continue reading

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The Business of Agriculture – No Till Farming Makes a Lot of Sense Most of the Time

The Business of Agriculture – No Till Farming Makes a Lot of Sense Most of the Time Water may be a necessity when it comes to agriculture. Just ask anyone who is along the Mekong River because it leaves China, … Continue reading

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agriculture farm equipment When you own a little, medium or large farm, you ought to know the place to seek out agricultural devices and machinery. Farm land has specific equipment and equipment that might be needed in order for you … Continue reading

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Dealing with Rose Disease

Rose bushes are prone to be attacked mostly by four major diseases. Gardeners must be on the alert and be prepared on the different methods of eliminating each enemy. Black Spot Black Spot is a water-borne fungus which appears as … Continue reading

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Gardening’s Most Valuable Advice

Global Warming Global warming escalates not only by industrial and engine carbon emissions, but by poor gardening practices. When gardeners till their soils, they release carbon dioxide into the air which is ten times more than an ordinary person emits. … Continue reading

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Gardening In Harmony with Nature

Root cellars are for keeping food supplies at a low temperature and steady humidity. They keep food from freezing during the winter and keep food cool during the summer months to prevent spoilage. An earthly-friendly, root cellar is the natural … Continue reading

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The Profitability of Growing Flowers on Sunnysidelane Hobby Farm

Profitability of growing flowers on your Hobby Farm will always be profitable due to following through with basic simple gardening practices and rules. Hobby Farms can be of small acreage or consist of many acres.  If you want to reap … Continue reading

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How to Profit From a Hobby Farm

Hobby Farms Hobby Farms are springing up all over the country. One of the questions would then be how to profit from a farm such as this? You have several different options as to how best to accomplish this. You need to … Continue reading

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