Challenge DIY Gardening

3 Day Winter Jump-start Challenge

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Participate in this challenge for 3 days of preparation to have an early season and a greater crop yield.

It’s super easy and gets you started on the right track for your early spring crops.

For this challenge you will receive directions in your email to help you start your seeds outdoors! Even in the dead of winter this can work if done correctly.

Give it a try this winter along with me and everyone else in our group.  We give each other support and share knowledge along the way.

This is a new technique we will be experimenting along side with you.

I challenge you to give it a try!

Click here to Sign up for The Challenge

After you have joined the challenge, join our Facebook Group Homestead Knowledge Sharing Here for support and accountability with friends who are doing this challenge along with you.

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In this challenge we will be embarking in is an experiment for me that I wanted to share with all of you.  I’d love for you to participate and try it with us.

The idea behind this process is that we use the ice to our advantage.  We want it to slightly freeze and thaw out to aide in the germination process.

Normally I’d start my seeds indoors or a greenhouse but this year I want to try something new.

This technique is great because it’s so easy and you let nature do the work after you set it up.

It saves space, while also using materials you probably already have laying around.

Try something new and join us on this 3 Day Winter Jump-start Challenge!

I will send you an e-mail with supplies needed and details when we will be starting this challenge.

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