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raised garden: add pipe to hold hoops for bird netting or shade covers.

Raised bed: Attach pipe To hold hoops for bird netting or row covers, attach four pieces of PVC pipe inside the bed: On the long sides, space pipes 4 feet apart, 2 feet from each end; screw on two tube straps to secure each pipe.

In every garden there are weeds. The trick is how to kill the weeds you hate without killing the plants you love. The answer is as simple as…  pouring boiling water on them! Within a few hours, the plants will be dead, their leaves and roots shriveled up, brown and cooked. The hot water kills them from the inside out. - hmm, who knew? good to know. might just try that...

Boiling water kills weeds - who knew? If you want to keep an area weed free, add some vinegar and salt to the boiling water. It won't last forever but several seasons usually

Tips for a Raised-Bed Vegetable Garden.  This will keep the good soil in the box where it belongs. Home  Garden Television

12 inches is deep enough for most vegetables. DIY Network experts give tips on growing vegetables in raised beds. It takes less space, while allowing vegetables to be grown closer together.

Raised Garden Bed Layers // The Fresh Exchange  (cardboard, mulch, soil)

Raised Garden Bed Layers // The Fresh Exchange (cardboard, mulch, soil) I put chicken wire (to keep burrowers out), and pro-mix from Living Earth.

Wow this is brilliant! 25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – DIY & Crafts

25 Foods You Can Re-Grow Yourself from Kitchen Scraps – DIY & Crafts Who knew. Grew my first garden this year . Will try starting from scraps. With any luck I'll have plants to put in the ground come spring!

Cheap Chicken Coop | Cool DIY Projects & Homesteading How-To’s | Pioneer Settler | DIY Projects and How-To’s with Pallets at pioneersettler.com

There are many benefits of elevating your coop from the ground. It keeps you flock’s feet dry during wet weather, it lets them move freely around the coop and adds protection from predators. Build your coop at least feet above the ground.