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Poison hemlock is a beautiful plant… that WILL kill you. The unseasonably wet winter and spring – followed by flooding in many regions of the United States, has caused this deadly toxic and invasive plant [...]

How to Identify Poison Hemlock and its Lookalikes can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Today, more than ever before, wheat allergies are becoming more common. Whether it’s GMOs causing more sensitivity, celiac disease, a gluten sensitivity, or some other culprit, having a wheat allergy on the homestead can be [...]

Wheat Allergy: Foods and Ingredients to Avoid can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Parsley is an herb that is low maintenance, therefore it is easy to grow. It looks a lot like cilantro. It has feather-like leaves that are bright green in color and has a mild aroma. [...]

How to Grow Parsley in Containers can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Scouring the kitchen is not a fun job, but sometimes the messes around the homestead simply call out for that type of abrasive elbow-grease type of scrubbing. Just because your need a quality scouring powder [...]

DIY Natural Kitchen Scrub (Scouring Powder) can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Dyeing raw wool is a fun and simple project the whole homesteading family can enjoy doing together. You can probably dye the wool sheared from your sheep with ingredients you already have stockpiled in your [...]

How To Dye Raw Wool can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Hang drying flowers by is the traditional way of preserving them to use as food, medicine, or decoration. While this method of drying flowers takes a lot longer than using an oven or microwave, it [...]

How to Preserve Flowers by Hang Drying… Without Losing Color can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Natural deodorant recipes have a lot in common with commercially manufactured deodorants and antiperspirants, but it is what they don’t have that is most important. The vast majority of store-bought deodorants contain aluminum and other [...]

DIY Homemade Deodorant Stick and Spray can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Corn smut is something most homesteaders hate to see develop in their growing plot. Just about when big juicy ears of sweet corn are ready to harvest and be enjoyed is when the ugly knobby [...]

How To Eradicate Corn Smut can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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As a child, you were likely told more than once to avoid eating crabapples. Why? There’s a common misconception that crabapples are toxic. However, this couldn’t be further from the truth. While crabapples do have [...]

Are Crabapples Edible? can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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Bagworms are tiny little creatures that will not harm you, but can be highly destructive to the trees on your homestead. These non-poisonous worms feed on the leaves of trees and plant foliage – sometimes [...]

Bagworms – What They Are and How to Get Rid of Them can be read in full at New Life On A Homestead | Homesteading Blog- Be sure to check it out!

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