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knowurbanis:

URBAN FARMING // CUBA

knowurbanis:

URBAN FARMING // CUBA

leahvg:

Red Kale 3 Weeks

After seeding, the next thing I learned was transplanting.  These little red kale are actually not quite ready for transplanting, but we had to start thinning them in a hurry because someone made a mistake and planted 2 acres worth of seeds in this little tray.  They’re too young to realize that soon they won’t be getting enough soil or sunlight or water in this crowded space, so I am taking the risk of giving them new homes, a bit prematurely, but to save them from a future more traumatic than could be realized now.

(Source: leahvg)

hortadoce:

curiousookie:

wine cork herb markers :: shine your light

nice idea

hortadoce:

curiousookie:

wine cork herb markers :: shine your light

nice idea

(via urbendisaster)

(Source: ediblegardensla)

annrafalko:

This New York-area specific “what’s in season” perpetual calendar is genius. It would make a fantastic gift for your favorite budding locavore combined with this coloring book.

annrafalko:

This New York-area specific “what’s in season” perpetual calendar is genius. It would make a fantastic gift for your favorite budding locavore combined with this coloring book.

(Source: hitherandthither.net, via publicproduce)

12 vegetables you can grow in a pot

invisibletape:

If you don’t have a yard, live in an apartment or just don’t have enough room for a garden, here’s a list of 12 vegetables you can grow in containers. I know from experience that herbs like basil grow really well in pots. I have not tried the others but we are growing green peppers in a pot, we’ll see how it goes. :)

Malthusian population problemsolving with home aquaponics unit.. cyute.
(via swissmiss | Malthus, a Meal a Day)

Malthusian population problemsolving with home aquaponics unit.. cyute.

(via swissmiss | Malthus, a Meal a Day)

(Source: conceptualdevices.com)