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Lettuce Loves Tomatoes

One of the important things to survival gardening is to make sure that you make the best use of all of your possible space. This requires pretty close planting and staggering of veggies. There are a couple of combinations that work well for survival gardeners. Lettuce and Tomatoes Tomatoes have deep root systems, so they [...]

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Survival Gardening in Winter

I planted my winter vegetables a couple of weeks ago, and they’re already doing great! Here are some pictures! These are my cabbage plants: These are my arugula plants: (And a stowaway chard and a cilantro!) These are my red kale plants: Now, if you read my last blog post, you’ll remember that I talked [...]

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My Opinion on the Seed Donation to Haiti

Here’s my opinion, short and sweet, I think this is Big Ag muscling in on a poor, uninformed people who have no idea what they have in store for them.  Monsanto is donating 475 tons of hybrid seeds to Haitian farmers.  Most people who hear this probably think it’s a nice thing, but it’s not. [...]

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Survival Gardening: Where to Start

As with any new endeavor, it is important to start small.  Taking on too much at once, especially in the beginning, can be overwhelming.  If you feel overwhelmed, you may give up and say, “Forget it!”  And giving up on something as important as growing your own food, considering where our economy and society are [...]

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Video: Planting Peas

I just LOVE peas, and they’re SO good for me!!! I made a video about how to plant them!

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