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The 5 Best Indoor Compost Bins

For a majority of my adult life, I have lived in dorm rooms, apartments, or small houses. While this is incredibly normal and something that I personally have enjoyed, it makes certain tasks, such as composting, quite difficult.I’m sure a lot of you are in the same boat, so I’ve decided to compile a list […]

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Epic Gardening Reviews: The AquaFarm

We’ve got an Aquafarm to take a look at today on the blog.  It’s a pretty cool countertop aquaponics system that was first brought to life via Kickstarter by the same guys who do the Mushroom Kit that I’ve also reviewed here on the blog.​The Aquafarm is designed to be a mini-aquaponics system, an introduction to […]

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The Best Gifts for Gardeners

It’s always so hard to find the best gifts for the people that we love, and being gardeners we usually get flack for being “hard to buy for.”  I know that in my own life, I simply don’t WANT that much STUFF…but I’m always open to getting a gift that will help me learn, produce, […]

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Easy DIY Aquaponics Review

Review Of: Easy DIY Aquaponics Author: Kevin Editorial Quality Effectiveness Price Ease of Instructions I Liked 24/7 customer support is awesome Loved the 3D renderings of the systemMaterials list costs less than Aquaponics 4 You systemYou can download everythingMaintenance log included! I Didn’t Like Some of the freebies I didn’t care about Would like to […]

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Aquaponics 4 You Review: Is It Legit?

Review Of: Aquaponics 4 You Author: Kevin Editorial Quality Effectiveness Price Ease of Instructions I Liked Video instructions make the entire build easy Simple and straightforwardGood info on what fish to use and what plants work bestExtremely low-cost for a guide of this depth I Didn’t Like No tracking log included Videos watched online or […]

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Bluelab pH Pen Review by Epic Gardening

​ When I started out in hydroponics, I wanted to start out cheap. I didn’t feel like blowing a lot of money on fancy gadgets or equipment – I was much more interested in hacking together components and making a system that would produce awesome plants, all for under 100 bucks.I’m still interested in that, […]

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