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Trees – the beneficial giants and their value as living resource as well as wood.

A big birch tree split in the edge of our back property forest. A huge section came off and hung up in a neighboring tree, leaving the top of the poor tree split and dying. We arranged to have it … Continue reading

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Getting the Most out of your Garden – i.e The depth of Resources around us. 6-13-20

Permaculture Design follows the natural laws discovered by its founder, Bill Mollison, an Australian guy, now passed on a few years ago, who spent 4 years observing nature in the outback of Australia. He was looking to understand how nature … Continue reading

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Sky Water 6-10-2020

Water, a natural resource: If you want to catch rainwater for your plants, and don’t have a rain barrel set up, you can gather rain water very easily. You can purchase a stack of big aluminum roasting pans at the … Continue reading

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Beginning Gardener Mini-Tutorial 6-8-20

We are facing increased prices at the grocery store and some things aren’t always available or at all. For food security, grow your own food as much as you can or have space for. Here is my little mini-tutorial. These … Continue reading

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Protecting the Garden From Frost: Temperature Lows for Vegetables – 5-20

Here in NE Georgia I have been planting seeds in flats for about a month, getting ready to plant when the weather warrants it. Both spring and summer plants have been started. I don’t worry about the cool weather crops … Continue reading

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Plant Sale at UGarden – UGA’s Student Greenhouse Yearly Medicinal Plant Sale 4-16-2020

At a time when so many things have come to a halt in the world, having plants available for people to grow their own food and medicinal plants is especially important. The barriers to do this have become exponential so … Continue reading

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How To Use Fresh Manure – Chicken, Horse, Cow or Pig 4-10-2020

This blog posting is of a subject only dear to the hearts of true gardeners and farmers. If you are offended by the subject of manure, be reminded that without nature’s way of using everything to sustain life, we’d be … Continue reading

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Tools for the Beginning Gardener and the Best Books Too 4-4-2020

I was asked on FB recently what tools a new gardener needs. Here was my list. It’s almost all you’d need to get started. Later as you work with plants, soil, etc., you will add things to solve problems. But … Continue reading

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The Lymph and Immune Systems – Helping the Immune System Function – Your Own Body’s Protection From Disease 3-30-20

A recent post on FB asked how to help the immune system. Beyond taking probiotics to beef up the naturally occurring or missing beneficial micro-organisms that line the gut, eating toxic free food, and drinking lots of good clean water, … Continue reading

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