Harness Solar Power The Old Fashioned Way – 3 Planting And Farming Techniques To Master For Green Living 2021


When it comes to solar power, sometimes the old ways are the best. And there is no older way then farming. Growing your own food is the ultimate use of solar power.

However when most of us think of growing our own food we picture a huge farm. It does not have to be that way. There are simple ways for anyone to grow their own food, no matter how little space they have:

1.    Greenhouse

A greenhouse is a great way to garden year round. Because the glass traps the heat of the sun, the greenhouse stays warm and toasty even in the winter. You can grow all kinds of fruits and veggies in a greenhouse with no problems and a greenhouse does not have to be big. They even have individual plant sized greenhouses!

2.    Vertical Garden

Vertical gardening is the hip new thing in urban gardening. Even an apartment dweller with a balcony can create a lush vertical garden.

Repurpose shelving or pallets to create a garden that grows up along the wall instead of on the ground. You can even hang baskets or pots along the wall to have a garden that grows a lot of tasty food but takes up no floor space.

3.    Window Boxes

If your taste is more indoors than out, why not try window boxes. Those long skinny boxes can grow more than you think and soak up the warm rays of the sun through your window just as good as they would in a greenhouse. They also bring revitalizing oxygen into your home, so it is a win-win.

These are just a few of the ways that you can use the sun’s energy to grow your own healthy food at home, no matter what your living situation. Growing plants is the oldest way solar energy was ever harness, so get back to your roots and grow!

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