Archive for March, 2012

Creating my Bokashi Container

Creating my Bokashi Container

| March 30, 2012 | 1 Comment

After looking around online for a Bokashi compost container, I decided to make my own. As I mentioned in my last post, I bought 2 buckets and lids from Home Depot. The next obstacle was finding the appropriate spigot for the drainage area. On my first bucket, I cut off the top of an old […]

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Learning about Bokashi

Learning about Bokashi

| March 28, 2012 | 5 Comments

What I love about learning new things is that there are always new things to learn. Just a couple of days ago I came across the practice of Bokashi. From what I’ve read (and can’t wait to get started), Bokashi is a wonderful compliment to composting. Since I’m about to start my own container garden, […]

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When the Student is Ready…

When the Student is Ready…

| March 25, 2012 | 4 Comments

It’s amazing the stuff you can find when your brain is ready to find it. I’ve been spending a bit of time online looking to streamline and improve upon my on-deck vegetable growing project.  I not only found tons of encouragement, but I found out how to make a self-watering system out of common household […]

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Oh the Joys of Frugality

Oh the Joys of Frugality

| March 23, 2012 | 6 Comments

After much thought, I’ve decided to come up with gardening Plan B. While I’d love to have the Grow Camp garden in my yard, I just couldn’t convince my inner frugal gene. No matter how excited I got about my garden, there was a little voice in side that just wouldn’t quit. It kept saying, […]

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Grow Camp – A Gardening Solution

Grow Camp – A Gardening Solution

| March 11, 2012 | 2 Comments

I think I’ve found the resolution to my gardening problem. First let me explain the problem. The problem is too many critters. Between the squirrels, ground hogs, deer and any other 4-legged creature living in the northeast, my garden just doesn’t stand a chance. I once tried growing tomatoes on the porch (at least the […]

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A Mini-Indoor Garden

A Mini-Indoor Garden

| March 8, 2012 | 0 Comments

My recent dietary changes to include more fresh fruits and vegetables, preferably organic, led me to my latest adventure. My son likes to call it vertical gardening but I call it sprouting. I used to purchase my alfalfa or broccoli sprouts from the health store. I would spend anywhere from $2-$4 for little container. The […]

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