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Agricultură urbană. Un pas important către comunități sustenabile - igloo.ro

Agricultură urbană. Un pas important către comunități sustenabile

Agricultură urbană. Un pas important către comunități sustenabile - igloo.ro

Growing Trees For Profit In Your Backyard | Gardening Tips, Self-Sufficiency And Homesteading Ideas by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/growing-trees-profit-backyard/

Growing Trees For Profit In Your Backyard

Growing Trees For Profit In Your Backyard | Gardening Tips, Self-Sufficiency And Homesteading Ideas by Pioneer Settler at http://pioneersettler.com/growing-trees-profit-backyard/

I am in love with this!  Someone please show my husband.

I am in love with this! Someone please show my husband.

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Pinterest: ontdek en verzamel creatieve ideeën

Homemade berry picker

Homemade berry picker

See this image on Good Foot Project: Lucky for the Falcon Ridge goats, Wendy uses various seed of cucurbits (squash) as a dewormer instead of pharma-produced remedies. She's almost written a book on this and performs her own fecal analyses.

See this image on Good Foot Project: Lucky for the Falcon Ridge goats, Wendy uses various seed of cucurbits (squash) as a dewormer instead of pharma-produced remedies. She's almost written a book on this and performs her own fecal analyses.

David Goode sculptures - Google Search

David Goode sculptures - Google Search

Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology. It was planted extensively in the central and eastern areas of the country in the 1800s (before the invention of barbed wire), especially to fence the rapidly colonized prairies.  Planted at a spacing of 1 foot, in four years it makes a fence that is “horse-high, bull-strong and hog-tight.”

Osage orange trees (Maclura pomifera), also called hedge apple or horse apple. For an incredibly tough, enduring windbreak that’s a major player in a local ecology. It was planted extensively in the central and eastern areas of the country in the 1800s (before the invention of barbed wire), especially to fence the rapidly colonized prairies. Planted at a spacing of 1 foot, in four years it makes a fence that is “horse-high, bull-strong and hog-tight.”

19 Creative DIY Rusted Metal Projects To Beautify Your Yard

19 Creative DIY Rusted Metal Projects To Beautify Your Yard

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