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Moss Paint

»Posted by on Sep 28, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Moss Paint

Art, DIY What This Guy Did Might Be The Coolest But Possibly Most Illegal DIY Project Ever. The End Result… BRILLIANT. I was really confused when I heard the term Moss Graffiti. The name sounds simple enough, but really? After looking into it a little more, this may be one of the coolest things I have ever seen. Of course, we would only suggest doing this on your own property, especially because it does take a little bit of maintenance to get it going. To get started you’ll need: 3 cups of moss (washed clean of soil) 2 cups buttermilk OR 2 cups of yogurt (should be plain yogurt) 2 cups of water or beer 1/2 tsp of sugar corn syrup (optional) A blender that you probably won’t want to use other than for this. Collect about 3 cups of moss. You can...

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Raised Beds for Gardening

»Posted by on Aug 2, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Raised Beds for Gardening

 Raised Beds for Gardening Originally posted on Alternative Gardning The materials for a the raised bed: One 6-foot-long 4-by-4 Six 8-foot-long 2-by-6s One 10-foot-long 1-inch PVC pipe Two 10-foot-long ½-inch PVC pipes 32 3½-inch #14 wood screws and 16 ½-inch #8 wood screws One 4- by 10-foot roll of ¼-inch-mesh hardware cloth Eight 1-inch galvanized tube straps 32 cubic feet (1 1/5 cu. yd.) soil mix (look for combination of topsoil, compost, and potting soil). With a table or power saw, cut the 4-by-4 into four 16-inch-tall corner posts. Cut two of the 2-by-6s in half. Cut the 1-inch PVC pipe into four 12-inch-long pieces and the ½-inch PVC pipes into 6-foot-long pieces. Assemble pieces on a hard, flat surface. via : 10 raised bed garden...

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5 Gallon Bucket DWC system

»Posted by on May 30, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

5 Gallon Bucket DWC system

5 Gallon Bucket DWC system Download these hydroponic system Design plans in pdf. Originally postedposted by homehydrosystems.com In hydroponics, DWC stands for Deep Water Culture, it’s a variation of a standard water culture system. A DWC system works exactly the same as a standard water culture system, the only difference is that the water is deeper than a standard water culture system. Though many people refer to any water culture system as a DWC system, water culture systems aren’t really considered “deep water” unless the water is at least 10-12 inched deep. Water culture systems are one of the simplest and least expensive types of hydroponic systems to build. Often times you can build a water culture system out of materials you have...

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Vortex Filter DIY – Organic Fertilizer on Demand

»Posted by on May 28, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

Vortex Filter DIY – Organic Fertilizer on Demand

Vortex Filter DIY – Organic Fertilizer on Demand   Originally posted on theurbanfarmingguys.com transcription of “Vortex Filter DIY — Organic Fertilizer on Demand” video..by The Urban Farming Guys.. These guys right here are our vortex filters. Retail, they’d be about $4,000 apiece…DIY version, about $100..You might be able to do it for cheaper. We’ve got a 55-gallon drum, with a cone built into it, down into a shower drain. Out here, you can pull off your fertilizer every day for your garden. I’ll show you about that. We’re pulling off a pretty incredible fertilizer. We had it tested at the University of Columbia. 10-6-2 fertilizer with a ton of micro-nutrients. Right here, is our aquaponics system with IBC totes. We’re gonna be focusing on the four...

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How to Build a Plant Cloner From a 5 Gallon Bucket

»Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

How to Build a Plant Cloner From a 5 Gallon Bucket

How to Build a Plant Cloner From a 5 Gallon Bucket   

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A Simple Way To Root Plants From Cuttings

»Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Blog | 0 comments

A Simple Way To Root Plants From Cuttings

A Simple Way To Root Plants From Cuttings   

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