Gardening Tips and Articles

  • Traditions and Pancakes

    Nov 5th 2020

    Traditions and Pancakes

    Traditions are beliefs, behaviors or activities that are passed-on from generation to generation. Traditions define us and differentiate us as a family, community, region, nation or faith. Most nat…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Is It Really the Gluten to Blame?

    Oct 22nd 2020

    Is It Really the Gluten to Blame?

    I guess Peg and I are lucky. Neither of us have ever noted any discomfort, bloating, or gastric distress from eating wheat. Perhaps our microbiomes, after 2 years of battling a whole host of intest…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Chopped Leaves Fuel our Raised Beds

    Jul 31st 2020

    Chopped Leaves Fuel our Raised Beds

    Summer has been a blur. Between gardening, a sailboat project, entertaining, and fishing, blog posting has been neglected. But I got back on-board yesterday by shooting and uploading a video on growin…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Two New Tubing Benders for Garden Hoops

    Jun 18th 2020

    Two New Tubing Benders for Garden Hoops

    Last summer I constructed a plywood bender for making 42" wide garden hoops, to fit inside of our raised beds. That video has over 30,000 views, with some rather heated discussion about using metal vs…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Our Red Cedar and Metal Raised Bed Design

    May 10th 2020

    Our Red Cedar and Metal Raised Bed Design

    We have ten 8' raised beds filled and useable right now. I just built 5 more of them, which is the subject of our latest video. I also wrote a detailed DIY manual, which is available for only $5, righ…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • It's Time to Support Regenerative Farming

    Apr 24th 2020

    It's Time to Support Regenerative Farming

    I can feel the momentum swinging, and I'm not even a farmer. Not many years ago, no-till practices were the talk of "Greenie" city folks who wanted to dabble in farming. Now, it is showing up regularl…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Revolutionizing (I think) Seed Starting

    Apr 15th 2020

    Revolutionizing (I think) Seed Starting

    I don't recall the last time we started our pepper and tomato seeds indoors; I bet it's been decades. I built a few cedar cold frames, that were fitted with grow cables secured to hardware cloth, whic…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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  • Flaky, Crispy, Buttery Croissants at Home

    Apr 9th 2020

    Flaky, Crispy, Buttery Croissants at Home

    Turn your kitchen into a French Patisserie with the kids, and turn-out some of the best croissants ever. As long as we are spending time indoors, and spring is coming in fits and starts, this is a fun…

    Published by Mark Schultz

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