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.
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!]
According to the Environmental Protection Agency people spend 90% of their life indoor.Unfortunately the indoor air quality is 2 to 5 times polluted than outdoor air.Several factors are involved in the pollution of indoor air such as chemicals evaporated from using different household products.However you don’t need to spend a lot of dollars on expensive electrical air purifiers when there’re several houseplants that can purifies your indoor air naturally.The following discussion is about 10 plants that improve indoor air quality.
Raising rabbits as a pet is one of the most charming and wonderful hobby if you like to raise animals as pets.Rabbits are cute,lovely and friendly creatures mostly liked by the children.The American Rabbit Breeders Association has recognized 48 breeds of rabbits including domestic and wild rabbits.There’re few breeds of rabbits that are raised as pets in your backyard or home.