Given the just-right devastating crisis event, food storage and the ability to grow your own food may become more valuable than precious metals! Every responsible person should be thinking about learning how to garden, getting even a small one started (even if only using containers on a balcony--like I used to do when I rented), and of course, having good seeds set aside for current and future use. Right now! Here's more about what to consider and how to get your seed storage going!
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Normally I would be the last person to ever attempt such a thing as growing herbs, as everything I plant, be it inside or out, meets a rather quick demise. (My photo is posted on the wall of the Burpee seed offices with WANTED on it. But I digress.) However,
How to grow cucumbers is the subject of this page. It is 9-21-09, a day before Fall begins. For the Fall I have decided to try growing some cucumbers in the event we have good weather for a few months. I planted one hill of these in my new raised garden bed which will have a cover over it when it starts... - #cucumbers #seeds #growing #hole #plants #soil #cauliflower #cabbage
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