Review of the Mars Hydro SP 150 LED Full-spectrum Grow Light
The Mars Hydro SP 150 LED Full-spectrum grow light is perfect for the person that wants to grow baby leaf[...]
The First Vegetables To Be Planted In The Garden – Seed Unboxing
All gardeners love to receive their seed order! Even more so when you're planting the first outside garden in many[...]
Eager Beavers Matter – The Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers
EagerThe Surprising, Secret Life of Beavers and Why They MatterBy Ben Goldfarb written in 2018I first saw Eager The Surprising,[...]
Great Homeschool Science Projects for the Garden & Home – Students Discover
Even though the title of this article mentions homeschool science projects, I want to state right off the bat that[...]
How to Start Growing Lettuce Indoors for the Freshest Salads
Growing lettuce indoors is easy, it doesn't require a lot of room, and the supplies are readily available, plus it[...]
The 6 Tennessee Counties with the Lowest Tax Rates
The six Tennessee counties that meet my living criteria, plus have property tax rates at or below 0.6% are highlighted[...]
Transplanting Tomatoes & Peppers to Give Them a Boost
The Importance of Transplanting TomatoesWe've watched them grow up from seeds, smiling at them once they broke the soil surface,[...]
What State Has the Lowest Overall Taxes for Homesteaders?
On my journey to find a homestead, it shouldn't be a surprise that one of my criteria is to live[...]
Sowing MicroGreen Trays With a Consistent Seeding Density
Learn how to sow microgreens to a consistent seed density in your seeding trays and modifying the trays to allow bottom watering of the soil. Examples with five different varieties of seeds. Free download containing the number of seeds per gram.
Planting Green Onions Inside During The Winter Months
Green onions are an excellent addition to an indoor container garden. See how to plant green onions is a long and narrow window box.
Planting Tomato and Pepper Seeds Using the Double-Cup Method
Even though I have no data to back this up, I would imagine the most common seeds planted indoors are[...]
3 States That May or May Not Stack Up – Alaska, Idaho and Missouri
Alaska, Idaho, and Missouri are beautiful states but do they have areas that meet my requirements for a homestead? Let's take a look at how much precipitation these states receive.
Does North Carolina, Arkansas, & Kentucky Receive Too Much Rainfall?
North Carolina, Arkansas, and Kentucky are the last three states on my primary list of states to buy land for[...]
Do I Want to Live in Washington State? Or Maybe West Virginia?
Washington State and West Virginia are on my list of states where I want to look for a piece of[...]
Where to Live Off The Grid – What States are the Best?
Where To Live? Truthfully? I have no idea. I wrote a post on why I want to live off the[...]