What HAPPENED On the Homestead | August 5, 2017

The Guildbrook Farm August 5, 2017 Week in Review. This past week on the homestead we gave you a garden update, made gluten free Sicilian pizza, built a bluebird house, answered your questions on prepping, and told you how we save a TON of money!

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Sunday: Our Rights: Grow Food vs Property Value
https://youtu.be/J11agcJFAsM

Monday: Our July GARDEN Update!
https://youtu.be/A5O5tIntRPY

Tuesday: Homemade Gluten Free SICILIAN PIZZA
https://youtu.be/XOV9TIEbhpQ

Wednesday: Building a BLUEBIRD HOUSE with a Miter Saw
https://youtu.be/K7WLEbXuH7c

Thursday: Prepper Q&A: Answering Your Questions
https://youtu.be/LEE_RFXKLYU

Friday: How We Save Over $2800 A YEAR!
https://youtu.be/sAdFtmx7MnQ

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1 Comment

  1. Good job on your garden. Wow, your tomatoes look fantastic! Your garden space is great. Like you mentioned, more sun would help.
    My garden in Port Angeles, Washington is doing well. My peas grew over 6 feet high, my burgandy bush beans are producing like mad. Ij tried a different variety of corn that is suppose to do well in the Pacific ME. It grows in shorter stalks that split into 3 sections. The stalks are a beautiful dark purple. The ears are forming now. My lettuces and zucchini got eaten up by slugs. Grrr! My patty pan squash survived and grew beyond the slug carnage and are producing tiny patty pans now. My tomatoes got black rot. I must find an organic solution to black rot and slugs.
    Happy gardening. šŸ™‚

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