I have had quite a few requests again this year to post a planting schedule, because of space restrictions on this blog it is far easier to post a link to Check Out The Rest of “When Do I Plant That ???” →
With the cooler weather and Autumn approaching fast , now is the time for a fall crop of leafy greens , that most folks attribute to early spring.
Some of the best for cool weather Check Out The Rest of “4 Leafy Greens You Can Plant In Your Garden Now !!” →
Cast Iron Cookware is very easy to re-condition
Before you cast off your cast iron skillet because of food or grease buildup, remember it is not difficult at all to recondition.
It all has to do with heat. Sometimes our Cast Iron Cookware, (including the dutch ovens) get so built up with charcoal, gunk and grease it is virtually impossible to clean with grease removers or soap.
We recondition ours all with Check Out The Rest of “Bringing Your Cast Iron Cookware Back To Life” →
Some of the Basics of Solar Electric Systems
Finding a way to decipher the different types of solar power systems in todays myriad of online articles can be daunting and confusing to say the least. Much of the public think that you have to have batteries in order to have solar power, this is untrue, as a matter of fact most residential solar systems being installed today are “grid tied” or “grid connected”, without batteries. No batteries required!
Photovoltaic systems can be configured in a variety of ways. This post describes the 7 main types of configurations and Check Out The Rest of “7 Main Types of Photovoltaic Systems” →
Thermos Bottle Technology Delivers Solar Hot Water in Cold Weather
Even though evacuated tube technology has been around for a while I wanted to post this to the “nay sayers” that think you can’t have solar thermal in cold climates. It is a little more expensive at the outset but, it pays for itself in a very short time.
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