this is the place to share what you grow in the garden. How you grow it. What you do with your harvest.
The best produce is what you grow.I have had a garden for years. So if you grow a garden this is the place for you from old pro to just starting.
Lets talk abought what we grow and how we use what we grow.
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Wednesday, February 3 at 4:00 PM
Jan 21, 2016
While a lot of us enjoy tea for the potential health benefits, did you know that used teabags can be good for your budget, too? Here are a few handy ways to reuse these bags to save, long after your cup is empty!
To soothe minor skin irritations like sunburns, bruises, mosquito bites and cold sores, take a cool damp teabag and press it on the affected area to relieve inflammation and promote healing. You can also use this trick to reduce dark circles and rejuvenate tired, puffy eyes.
Teabags can make great deodorizers, as well. To keep your footwear scent-free, tuck a dried teabag in each shoe overnight to absorb any odors. If you want to freshen up your fridge, there's no need to buy a box of baking soda to keep the smell away. Just place a few teabags into a bowl, and it will do the job.
While you're in the kitchen, you can use a few bags to help remove baked-on grease from your dishes. Just soak the dishes overnight with a few brewed teabags and they'll be much easier to clean the next morning.
Lastly, a few teabags can go a long way when it comes to keeping bugs and rodents out of your home. Mint flavors tend to work best. Simply place them into cupboards, pantries and other problem areas. For extra protection, add a few drops of peppermint essential oil to each bag. Mice and bugs hate peppermint.
So don't throw those teabags away. Give these tips a try and you'll see that while the flavor may be in the tea, the savings are in the bag.
Jan 14, 2016
"Many of us are desperate to grow our own food. We seek healthy, non-GMO, organic food. Monsanto, maybe the most evil corporation ever, has quietly been buying seed companies. This will help them to achieve their goal of controlling the entire food supply of the world, while at the same time slowly poisoning billions.
The subject article contains a list of those companies controlled by Monsanto. There is also a list of companies that are not owned or controlled by Monsanto. It shouldn’t be this hard to provide our families with nutritious food, but those days are gone for now."
OWNED BY MONSANTO OR SEMINIS OR SELL SMALL PERCENTAGES OF SEEDS FROM THEM.
Dege Garden Center
Earl May Seed
E & R Seed Co
Flower of the Month Club
Germania Seed Co
McClure and Zimmerman Quality Bulb Brokers
Mountain Valley Seed
Park’s Countryside Garden
Roots and Rhizomes
Seeds for the World
Seymour’s Selected Seeds
Spring Hill Nurseries
Tomato Growers Supply
Vermont Bean Seed Co.
Willhite Seed Co.
Gold Country Seed
So avoid these seed frauds and buy from a known source! Happy Growing!
Listed here are some safe seeds to purchase to ensure Non GMO Seeds.
Not owned by Monsanto..
Abundant Life Seeds
Baker Creek Heirloom Seeds
Heritage Seed Company (Nova Scotia, Canada)
Diane’s Flower Seeds
Ed Hume Seeds
Garden City Seeds
Heirlooms Evermore Seeds
Lake Valley Seeds
Mountain Rose Herbs
Sand Hill Preservation Center
Seeds of Change (Owned by Mars Inc.)
Sustainable Seed Co (added on request of the company)
Virtual Farm Seed Co (added on the request of the company)
New Additions to the Non GMO Heirloom Seed Supply list:
MORE AT www.newworldordernews.com
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