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You’ve decided to start homesteading, and it’s time to dive into the rich world of growing your own food. Don’t get overwhelmed — get excited! Even if you don’t have any experience, The Grow Network can help you cultivate a thriving garden that puts home-grown food on your table. With our resources and blogs, a sustainable vegetable garden is possible. You’ll find topics that cover fertilizer and potting soil, composting bones, dairy, and human waste, and how nitrogen affects your soil. Check out the most recent posts and newest guides below.

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What Is Homestead Permaculture?

Growing a sustainable vegetable garden requires a unique approach to agriculture called permaculture. This type of system strives to mimic patterns found in nature in a more controlled environment. The central tenets of permaculture include caring for the earth, allowing people access to the essentials they need, and taking only what you need to care for yourself and your family. You should always return any surplus to the earth, recycling waste products back in as well.

When you grow your own food through permaculture, you should strive to avoid damaging the natural ecosystem in your garden in any way. Instead, work with your environment and integrate your herbs, fruits, and vegetables as seamlessly as possible. Work with nature instead of against it!

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The Grow Network is here for you. Grow your own food, make your own medicine, and live self-sustainably with our advice and guidance on your side! When you’re ready to get started, browse products that can make your journey easier on our store today.

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