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Make: Butter from Whipping or Heavy Cream [CC]

Hi and welcome to the cornerlotlife kitchen. I promised I would show you how I make my homemade butter, and I’m making good on that promise right now. My butter is just a really simple cream butter. I’m making it from whipping cream. You can also make it from heavy cream. This butter is best…

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Changing Hydroponics Nutrient Solution – Family Plot

Okay, Scott what do we need to do to change out the nutrients in our hydroponic system? – First off we’re gonna need to cut power to the tote and then drain off the existing nutrient solution so we can go ahead and rinse out the tote and get it ready for a fresh nutrient…

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Q&A – What is a good calcium nutrient for blossom end rot on watermelons?

– “My soil is calcium-deficient and I have blossom end rot. “What is a good calcium nutrient to give my watermelons to prevent blossom end rot?” And this is from DesertDigger1, via Youtube. I like that. So, Booker, what do you think about that? What’s a good calcium nutrient to give our watermelons to prevent…

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Hydroponics Basics – Family Plot

– All right Stephan, let’s talk a little bit about hydroponics. – Well I appreciate you having me on the show. – Sure, sure. – Hydroponics is really kind of a new term that’s kinda come up. But it’s a old technology that’s existed for actually centuries. But it’s basically growing fruits and vegetables in…

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Q&A – Am I washing the nutrients out of my raised bed when I water?

“Am I washing out the nutrients when I water my raised bed?” This is from Dan in Horn Lake, Mississippi. So Stephan, I know you do a lot of work with raised beds for the Shelby County School System. What do you think about that question? Are you actually washing out the nutrients from your…

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Nutrient-Deficient (Yellowing Leaves) Pepper Fix – This Week In the Garden

Now we’re going to take a look at our pepper plant. We think there may be some nutrient deficiency going on with this. If you look at the older leaves, you can see some yellowing. Again, for me, that’s always an indicator of a nutrient deficiency, and you see this first on your older leaves,…

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