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Hot Composting 101- Part 2 - Building A Hot Compost Pile

Hot Composting 101- Part 2 - Building A Hot Compost Pile

Don't miss this exciting news, please also watch: "We Have Something to Tell You!" -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-Learn how to hot compost with me! Based on viewer input, I am rebuilding my compost pile. Hopefully this time, it will get hot and will break down quicker as well as kill seedlings and disease...

A Steaming Compost Volcano!

A Steaming Compost Volcano!

Take a look at an extremely active compost pile in this second part of the compost series. Aerobic bacteria and fungus are working at top speed to break this pile down in record time. I demonstrate how I turn the compost and proper moisture to keep it cooking at it's best. Making compost is not scar...

Another Beautiful Day In Tomto's Uhc

Another Beautiful Day In Tomto's Uhc

This was a UHC game hosted by Tomto (YayTomato101). I was at.5 hearts and at that point I just wanted to suicide, so this is what happens...

Rain, Rain And More Rain At My Off Grid Cob Cabin

Rain, Rain And More Rain At My Off Grid Cob Cabin

It rained all day Sunday and most of the day Monday. We've definitely had more than our share of rain this spring! Well over 20" in the last 6 weeks ugh! LOLLike, Subscribe and Comment! Thanks for watching :)Heirloom vegetable and herb seeds available from Crystal Cottage: - Shipping is always ...

Too Much Rain

Too Much Rain

Cucumbers and tomatoes are often negatively impacted by too much rain in Central Florida. Cucumber's leaves rot with too much rain. Tomatoes begin to split open causing rotting and wounds that attract insects...

Supersize Your Vegetables With Wood Chips & Rock Dust In Your Garden

Supersize Your Vegetables With Wood Chips & Rock Dust In Your Garden

John from shares with you how you can double your yields in your garden by using wood chips and rock dust. In this video John visits the Amazing Permaculture Garden to share with you exactly how they are growing super-sized vegetables. After watching this video you will know how you can start super ...

Working On My Roof And The Cleaning Of The Lumber Continues

Working On My Roof And The Cleaning Of The Lumber Continues

I spent most of the day up on my roof trying to seal up all the leaks with tar. I probably spent more time on it and used more tar than was necessary, but I need this roof to NOT leak anymore so I can continue with working on the inside of the cabin. I'll need another gallon of tar to continue on to...

Coffee Grounds: How And Why We Use Them In Our Garden

Coffee Grounds: How And Why We Use Them In Our Garden

Used coffee grounds are a great free resource to put to work in your garden. They enrich the soil with nitrogen and other minerals, improve soil structure, and increase organic matter in the soil. We use them in compost, vermicompost, and as a mulch. Why not give them a try in your garden?One Yard R...

Building A Compost Pile: I Work Out!

Building A Compost Pile: I Work Out!

It's a hot Summer day and a holiday. what shall I do? I got it, I'll build a compost pile! Yes, what could be more fun?The compost pile is a great way to use the resources around here and gives me a reason to exercise. When I tell the doc that I don't exercise, I farm. she tells me that's better for...

Rainy Days And Tomato Fungus And A Big Pile Of Scrap Lumber!

Rainy Days And Tomato Fungus And A Big Pile Of Scrap Lumber!

We had over 13 inches of rain for the month of May. Between the wet weather and not enough sun, my tomatoes ended up with a fungus. early blight I believe. I moved them to a sunnier spot and treated them with a baking soda solution. So far they are doing much better!I got a huge pile of scrap lumber...