Learn about greenhouses, ponds, farming, agriculture, & more.
Fish grown to be consumed by humans need to live in safe, potable water.
In its most basic form, hydroponics is the practice of growing plants without soil.
First, let’s clarify one point. There is no such thing as organic water.
Farmers in some regions depend entirely on rainfall to provide water for growing crops
Specifically, potable water is free from harmful bacteria, germs, suspended impurities and salts.
There are various kinds of liners that can be found within a sanitary landfill
Since toxic waste can be so harmful, great care must be taken while collecting
Toxic or hazardous waste is any kind of waste that can be dangerous or cause harm to humans or the environment.
The various levels and layers of a sanitary landfill require different forms of liners and sealant.
When we think about solid waste, we don’t really think about water being a consideration.
In 1965, the U.S. government passed the Solid Waste Disposal Act, regulating the development and management of landfills
Solid waste consists of everything we throw away.
Humans have been grappling with our garbage for a very long time.
Erosion and runoff can have destructive impacts on a sports field.
Building something new, or breaking something down, requires a lot of earth and soil to be moved around
Surprisingly, light deprivation plays a major part in lots of greenhouses.
In waste management, controlling and monitoring moisture is essential.
While water plays a central role on any farm, it can also serve as a serious burden when it comes too often, or too heavily.
Rain is a very good friend to almost every farmer. It clears away debris, waters thirsty plants, and refreshes fields.
You can see rain covers everywhere. On motorcycles, strollers, sneakers, etc.
Can I heat my greenhouse with compost?
Waste is the enemy of any good prepper. Almost everything can be reused or repurposed in your home.
Your greenhouse is set-up and ready to start growing, so what should you grow?
You’ve got a greenhouse functioning, growing organic, fresh produce right in your backyard. But what about when things get too cold?