From as little as ¼ acre, YOU CAN harvest:

2,000 pounds of vegetables
1,400 eggs
60 pounds of fruit
100 pounds of honey

Get the most out of your little corner of the world.

If you have ¼ acre of land (or even less!), you can produce more nutritious, delicious, organic food than you’d ever believe — more easily than you’d ever believe! Vegetables, fruits, honey, grains, eggs, pork, milk: Enjoy them all year-round!

In THE BACKYARD HOMESTEAD we help you every step of the way, with tried-and-true secrets to help you do more — much more! — with less. Think of the money you’ll save! (You could even turn a nice profit on your extra eggs and honey!)

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  • Be fruitful: Harvest 60 pounds of fruit a year practically free! (Have you seen the price of organic fruit lately?!?)
  • Luscious landscaping: Yes! Even your ornamental plantings can be delicious!
  • Grow your own medicine … and beer! Master gardener’s tips on growing and using herbs — including hops!
  • Chickens in your backyard: Selecting breeds, coop building plans, care, and feeding. Also rabbits, goats — and how about raising your own Thanksgiving turkey?
  • Self-sufficiency 101: Learn how to make cider, cheese, maple syrup, wine, honey, jam, jerky, butter, and on and on and on!
  • And much, much more! You have got to see it for yourself!

MORE backyard bounty than you would believe!

Tip #1

How to grow
staked tomatoes

  • Always place your stake before you transplant your seedlings.
  • Tie the vines LOOSELY as they grow.
  • Pinch back suckers to encourage strong growth of the main stem.
  • Pinch back the growing tip when it reaches the size you want.

Plus:

More tomato tips. How to space plants: For huge yields or for huge fruit? PAGE 44. Also how to plant leggy seedlings … when to mulch … how to tell if your plant is hungry … much more.

Tip #2

How to use
indicator plants

When to plant? You could try to decipher a complicated planting guide and hope the dates are accurate for your area. A better way is to use “plant phenology” or indicator plants to tell you when the time is right!

  • Plant spinach when the daffodils bloom.
  • Plant peas when the maple trees flower.
  • Sow pole beans when the apple trees drop their petals. Lots more!

Plus:

How to TRIPLE your yeildwith this one simple change. Page 24. Also how to extend the season ... seed-starting guide ... and best time to weed ... and more.

Tip #3

How to make
raspberry vinegar

The most popular of all flavored vinegars, this makes a great gift.

2 to 2½ cups fresh red raspberries, lightly mashed
2 cups red wine vinegar
2 tablespoons sugar or honey

1) Combine all ingredients in the top of a nonreactive double boiler. Place over boiling water, reduce the heat, and cook over barely simmering water, uncovered, for 10 minutes.

2) Pour into a large screw-top jar. Store for 3 weeks, then strain to separate the vinegar from the berries, pressing gently on the berries to extract the juice. If your vinegar is cloudy, pour it through a coffee filter. Pour into bottles, adding a few fresh berries.

Yield: About 2 cups

Grow... Harvest... Serve... Preserve... ENJOY!

Unlock Your Backyard’s Potential

It’s easy with The Backyard Homestead!

  • No yard? No problem! 13 container- loving plants. Page 28
  • Layers upon layers: Which breeds of hen are the best egg producers. Page 225
  • Why your fruit tree needs a mate. (And what to do if it’s a bachelor.) Page 109
  • Complete herb-growing guide from basil to watercress. Page 157
  • Grow a cold and flu garden. Page 152
  • Enjoy homemade mozzarella — in 30 minutes! Page 308
  • Water this way, and you’ll actually get sweeter strawberries! Page 45
  • Plant a “pancake patch.” Page 179 (And make your own maple syrup! Page 336)
  • Which varieties of lettuce can survive subzero temperatures. Think “nature’s antifreeze.” Page 50
  • How to milk a goat. (And which breed gives the sweetest milk.) Page 263
  • Pruning dos and don’ts. Page 111

Unbelievable but true!

From your ¼ acre backyard, you CAN harvest:

2,000 pounds of vegetables

1,400 eggs

60 pounds of fruit

100 pounds of honey

75 pounds of nuts

50 pounds of wheat

 

And more!

YES! I want to raise my biggest veggies, juiciest fruits, and most amazing variety of homegrown food ever — the sensible, easy way!

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