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Homesteading Ideas for Growing What You Eat in Your Garden

No BS Guide on Homesteading and Self Sufficiency
Narrated by: Michael Rene Zuzel
Length: 44 mins
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Do you enjoy dining on garden-fresh vegetables? Do you like to save money? Why not combine the two by homesteading so you can eat healthy veggies plucked fresh from your garden without breaking the bank? Gardening is a delicate combination of art and science and there are a lot of basics like water, dirt, and keeping good insects around and bad insects shut out that you need to learn about. In this plain-talking audio handbook, William Whittaker explains all of the homesteading gardening basics required to set up and set your self-sufficiency homesteading dreams into motion without having to shift through loads of "B.S." or fancy and confusing terminology. This homesteading handbook is a useful kick starter for novice gardeners wishing to avoid costly common mistakes while quickly turn their homesteading ideas into a money-saving (instead of money draining) reality. If you've ever dreamed of stocking your fridge with loads of veggies on the cheap, break out your wallet and purchase Homesteading Ideas today!

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  • Marc the Engineer
  • 04-04-18

Good commute listening

Good info and some good tips, not very technical, but worth listening....a little too basic though...