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Homesteading | What To Add To Your Nesting Boxes To Keep Pests Away
Did you know that dried herbs, flowers, and diatomaceous earth help to keep pests away? Link to the dry herbs she used in her bio! 👇🏼 📸 creator: @hens_and_honeybees_ (via Instagram) “Did you know that dried herbs, flowers, and diatomaceous earth help to keep pests away? Chickens are prone to getting ticks and mites, and other insects like to lay eggs or live in the nesting boxes. The smell of the herbs drives bugs away, and the hens love eating them while they lay! The diatomaceous earth kills insects that come into contact with it, and it’s safe for chickens! You can even put it on your hens to kill any mites on them!” . . Check out our “Anti Social Homestead Club” Homestead Merch shirts 🔗 in bio! Follow @bestofhomesteading for tips, inspiration, and stories from the homesteading co
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jars filled with honey sitting on top of a wooden table
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a person is holding a chicken in their hand with the caption how to clip a chickens nails safely
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two chickens are eating out of a bowl filled with ice cubes and water rocks
a chicken in a cart with the caption's description
someone is holding a jar full of liquid in front of some plants and trees with the caption, i'll thought this was crazy when i heard it
Put a banana peel in a mason jar of water for a day or two then pour only the water at the base of each tomato plant. Each time we have done this, SO many new tomatoes blossoms have popped up and the plants are getting taller! Apparently potassium is BIG for tomato plants! @ Huge thanks to my friend Ansley for letting me re-post this tip! - iFunny
someone in the group shared this image with facebook to grow their own seedlings for free
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a plant growing out of dirt with the names of plants on it and numbers below
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