Farhan Ahsan

My name is Farhan Ahsan,I am web enthusiast,writer and blogger, I always strive to be passionate about my work , I am a poultry lover,my interests are gardening,wildlife,nature and farming.

These Photos Are Undeniable Proof That Humans And Animals Share An Ever-Growing Bond Of Care & Concern.

How much do you love animals? Maybe some of you don’t care for them at all, while some of you have a pet or two you hold near and dear to your heart. We have for you today evidence, that as much as our pets love us and show our affection to us, we as a species love animals more, so much so that we would protect them like we would our own children.

 

It’s not just dogs and cats, either. Wild, domesticated, injured, incapacitated. Whether pets are stranded, stuck in an emergency, or even the subject of cruelty, you’ll see many examples of people proving again and again that they’re willing to do what it takes to keep animals safe, healthy, and happy. Just a word of warning to some of you: you will want to keep a box of tissues handy as you read through this. Without further ado, check out these photos below.

8 free Ideas and plans for diy food dehydrator 

Eating fresh and healthy food from your own produce is one of the most important and desirable aspect of self-sufficient living.But when you’re growing your own fruit and vegetables than one obvious problem you might face is sometimes you get it in abundance.Although there’re many ways to preserve your food to enjoyed it later on like canning and freezing but the most easiest one is to dehydrate it with the help of simple food dryer or solar food dehydrator.The only difference is you use sun light energy to do that process.Here’re 8 free plans for making your own solar food dryer.

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beans first time in the grass

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The blooming of an Amorphophallus titanum (AKA corpse flower AKA titan arum) at The Huntington Library last week inspired me!

If you think humans jump through a lot of hoops just to reproduce, check out this plant. It waits 7-10 years, storing up starch in a giant tuber, just so it can bloom for a single day. Then it pretends to be a hunk of rotting meat to attract insect pollinators. Then, months later, it switches tactics to a produce a sweet fruit so birds will disperse it’s seeds.

If you have never smelled a titan arum but for some odd reason you would like to … you are in … luck? Scientists have identified the exact malodorous chemicals that come off these strange flowers to attract pollinators - so you can create the scent at home!*

*please, for your own sake, don’t try this at home.

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Its nice to get away from all the city noise

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Its nice to get away from all the city noise

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10 easy tips to growing mushrooms like button and oyster indoor 

Growing your mushroom at home is a task that every gardener interested in growing his own food like to to do.Mushrooms are healthy diet that are low in calories,fat but high in fiber and potassium.Although there’re many varieties but some are poisonous.Mushrooms can be grown easily in basement,garage,unused cabinet or in closet,a dark and cool place with humidity that are most preferable conditions for growing mushrooms.

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Guide to Urban Homesteading

By Rachel Kaplan 

If you live in a city and dream of someday being able to work the land and become a modern homesteader, consider this: There’s no need to wait — you can easily do many homesteading activities in the city. You may not have enough garden space to grow your own wheat or corn, but you can harvest an amazing amount of many crops from a collection of containers. Owning your own milk cow is likely not an option, but keeping backyard chickens certainly is. Plus, in the city, it can be much easier to build a community of like-minded neighbors who can share tools, knowledge and friendship. [Find out more!]

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