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How To Make Your Own Soap
People have been making their own soap for thousands of years. In fact, the very first soap was made in approximately 2800 B.C. by the Babylonians. Today, the art of soapmaking is known to relatively few. Fortunately, it’s not too hard for the average person to find instructions for making soap online.
How To Design Your Very Own Fairy Garden
A fairy garden can be a delightful, whimsical addition to your landscape. These miniature scenes add a mystical element to your garden and can be enjoyed by young and old. If you have seen cute ideas for how to do this project but have been hesitant about trying it yourself, do not put it off any longer. Consider these easy tips for getting started on creating an adorable DIY fairy garden that is uniquely yours. To get started, you can simply choose a good spot for it, get together what you need and follow your imagination.
How To Build a Chicken Coop
Protect your chickens from the elements and predators with a DIY chicken coop. Whether you’re considering purchasing your first chickens or you’ve been raising poultry for years, find out how to create your own coop and save money on this DIY project. Create a design, purchase supplies and build a poultry shelter on your property with these steps. Enjoy a healthy, safe flock of chickens with a new coop and other quality supplies.
How To Grow a Vegetable Garden
Starting a vegetable garden is an exciting prospect. Learn how you can enjoy natural, home-grown vegetables in your yard with these simple steps. Start with a small plot and learn how to prepare, maintain and grow vegetables today.
Your Easy Guide to Outdoor Turkey Frying
When thinking of a delicious Thanksgiving feast, most people think of turkey and stuffing. While there are many ways to cook the traditional Thanksgiving bird, outdoor turkey frying has become a popular option.
4 Easy Steps for Smoking Flavorful Meat
There are few things better in life than a delicious smoked meat with side dishes like corn-on-the-cob, coleslaw and baked beans. The smell of a flavorful smoked meat is enough to make your mouth water and made you want to host a barbecue.
Know How To Create Beautiful Spring Planters With Bulbs and Flowers
Have you always wanted to learn how to create spring planters that are just as gorgeous as the ones you see at your local greenhouse? You’re in luck. You can create beautiful spring planter using bulbs and flowers that complement each other well. Here are some easy ideas to get you started.
Know How to Attract Bees and Butterflies to Your Garden
Attracting bees and butterflies requires some knowhow, but it’s worth the effort. These beneficial insects pollinate your plants while adding their distinctive beauty to your outdoor spaces.

However, without careful planning, they might avoid your garden altogether. To increase the traffic of these helpful visitors, create the sort of environment they prefer.
Know How to Use Drones for Agriculture
Flying a drone over his crops doesn’t make them grow any better, but having a bird’s-eye view of what’s happening on the far side of a quarter or half section of canola or peas, for example, can give David Carlson a much better sense of how the whole crop is looking.
Know the Dethatching Process
With the spring right around the corner, it is time to start thinking about lawn care and landscape maintenance. One of the many burdens of spring and summer lawn care is learning how to dethatch your yard.

Thatch is that strange layer of organic debris, a mix of living and dead plant material, that forms at the base of grass plants. While maintaining a thin layer, about a half-inch, of organic matter that quickly breaks down can be beneficial to the health of your lawn, anything thicker can be detrimental.
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