A new week and a new month. November already and 2019 is heading rapidly to its close. The years seem to be flying by of late! Or is that just me getting old?
Despite winter closing in, in the busiest half of the world, there still seems to be plenty of activity on the homesteading front. This week I've got a couple of Australian contributors for you to balance out the approaching winter with approaching summer.
Things happening in the community.
Some highlights of the week
The @ligayagardener has been expanding his aquaponics set up, much of it making use of readily available cast offs. When you put your mind to it, it's amazing what can be put into production on a small budget in a small space.
A week ago @duckpondsfarm set up a top bar hive and now he walks us through the first inspection, explaining what he's looking for and why.
Some long term dedication went into this post from @whatisnew, to bring us a progression of the fruiting process of American pokeweed.
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