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Be A Water Saver!

Take a look at our past posts to learn how you can be a water saver, everyday! How to install a rain water harvesting system  How to replace a shower head Be a WaterSaver – everyday! How to Replace a Toilet Benefits of Drip Irrigation during a drought Outdoor Cleaning While Saving Water Saving Water with a Greywater System  

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Gardening With Your Kids

It’s never too early to teach your kids where their food comes from and how it grows. Life lessons that incorporate dirt? You know they’ll be down for that! It can be easy to garden with your kids and get them excited to watch the progress throughout the growing season. With these simple steps, you can start a garden with your family and harvest the benefits.You need a few things to get started, including peat pots, peat pellets, potting soil, a grow lamp, a heating pad, seeds, and a hand trowel. Using peat pots and pellets will help with foolproof growth for starting seeds. Friedman’s …

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How to Control Pests Organically

It’s possible to avoid heavy pesticides and chemicals and still control pests. If you want to grow an organic garden, you can avoid damage from bugs and still stay organic and natural. With a little time and a few extra minutes of effort, you can protect your garden and still deliver healthy, safe foods to your dining table. Start with a routine tour of your garden and pick off pests and insects you discover. Young, tender plants are serious attractants to pests and can often succumb to the damage. If you find damage on plants but can’t figure out the culprit, do your survey at …

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