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How to Get Started Growing Your Own Food

This is a discussion on How to Get Started Growing Your Own Food within the Featured Topics forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; I a plant a garden just because, i like it so much!...

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    I a plant a garden just because, i like it so much!
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    This is such a great guide. Thanks for making this!

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    We usually start dreaming of gardens in January here, when the Burpee Catalog shows up in our mailbox
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    Let us use the time as best we may.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    We usually start dreaming of gardens in January here, when the Burpee Catalog shows up in our mailbox
    I've already gotten a catalog from Park Seed. The one I really love getting, though, is the Territorial Seed Company catalog. Also the one from Seed Savers Exchange. Those should be turning up soon.

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    To Cricket and Annie, as you two know, my wife and I were cursed with "black thumbs." I can kill plants (even barrel cactus) with simply an angry nod. Every plant my wife planted last year died in the yard. She tells me to just buck up since now we have 'natural fertilizer.'

    We can still work the dirt since we haven't gotten a hard freeze yet. Is there any way we can prepare the plots we have to better our chances next spring?
    ...No matter where you are it's enemy territory...

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Tourist View Post
    To Cricket and Annie, as you two know, my wife and I were cursed with "black thumbs." I can kill plants (even barrel cactus) with simply an angry nod. Every plant my wife planted last year died in the yard. She tells me to just buck up since now we have 'natural fertilizer.'

    We can still work the dirt since we haven't gotten a hard freeze yet. Is there any way we can prepare the plots we have to better our chances next spring?
    Have you considered layered composting, i.e. lasagna gardening?

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    No, I haven't even heard of it! I am going to watch that video!
    ...No matter where you are it's enemy territory...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Annie View Post
    I wonder why He made so many different varieties of bugs. Everything God makes is good, right? Any thoughts on that? The French have a word that fits maybe, "Jolie Laide", meaning "ugly beautiful" or "pretty ugly" I guess they are kind of. I guess to the birds they're pretty...Pretty tasty.
    Inor and Slippy just aren’t in tune with nature.

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    Well, I am going to try again this year. I already mulched the ground and mixed in some filler dirt so hopefully I can get peppers and tomatoes this year. Last year everything died, I mean everything, everything including the fake plant on the porch. It's in the 70's here this week so I am working outside some. Putting poison down between the fences for the wasps and hornets. (God made a mistake with these ornery damn things) I am going to try strawberry's in half drums made of wood this year. I hear they will do well here in the heat.
    " All great things are simple, and many can be expressed in single words: Freedom, Justice, Honor, Duty, Mercy, Hope" .Hidden Content

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    Quote Originally Posted by KUSA View Post
    Inor and Slippy just aren’t in tune with nature.
    haha!
    Let us use the time as best we may.

 

 
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