Extend your season with an old fashioned “Hot Bed” | Joybilee® Farm | DIY | Herbs | Gardening |
Our pioneer ancestors knew that manure was a hot commodity. They would shovel out the stalls and coops and cover their manure piles with sawdust or straw, to keep the valuable nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium in the pile and out of the air. A sweet smelling barnyard was evidence that the manure pile was preserved ... Read More about Extend your season with an old fashioned “Hot Bed”
Growing Blueberries on Your Homestead
Growing Blueberries on your homesteads is also beneficial for your landscape. Read on and learn how to grow this dual purpose bushes for your homestead.