Survival Garden

Garden pic
Author: Jacki 1. Planning Your Hidden Survival Garden 2. The Garden Guide 2a. Indoor Seed Starting 2b. Seeds for Preppers to Stockpile 3. Keep the Garden Growing 3a. When is the best time to water plants? 4. How to Start a Vegetable Garden 5a. The 5 Best Crops for Self Sufficient Gardeners 5b. The Best Crops to Grow in Your Survival Garden 5c. 5 Easy To Grow Plants For A Survival Garden 5d. 12 quick-growing vegetables 5e. 16 Easy Plants for Beginner Gardeners 5f. Survival Garden Crops 6. Composting for the Vegetable Garden 6a. Trench Composting 6b. Some Tips on Making Compost 7. Garden Soil Preparation 8. Calendar for Planting 1 8b. Calendar for Planting 2 9. Companion Planting Chart 9a. What is Companion Planting? 10. Mulching with Purpose and Precision… 11. The Difference Between Cool & Warm Season Veggies. 11a. Vegetables to Grow in the Heat 12. Succession Planting in your Backyard Garden 13. The Importance of Crop Rotation in the Home Garden 13a. Garden Crop Rotation – Vegetable Crop Families 14. Container Garden 14a. Vegetable Gardening in Containers 15. Herb Gardening For Beginners – 3 Best Herbs For You 16. List of Perennial Herbs and Veggies 17. Dealing with Fall Leaves 18. E-Book for Seeds Starting 18a. How to Store Seeds 19. Foods That You Can Store 20. Which Veggies Grow Best in Fall? 21. Winter Crops 21a. January Planting List 22. March Planting Guide 22a. Gardening in April: What to Plant 22ab. Gardening in May 22b. Gardening in June 22c. Gardening in July 22d. 10 Crops to Sow and Grow in July 22e. Planting in August 22f. September Crops 22g. Planting in November 22h. What to Plant in December 23. Eggcited for Chickens! 23a. Beginners-Garden-Chickens 23b. How to Raise Chickens for Survival Purposes 24. Vertical Gardening

Note about the Content:

Since many people might be at a different level of growing vegetables from beginner to advanced, you can read through the titles and pick what you are interested in. If you are a beginner you can start with number 4, “How to Start a Vegetable Garden”, and continue reading through the basics like: “Garden Soil Preparation”, “Companion Planting Chart”, and numbers 6-6b about composting etc., and work your way through—including numbers 23-23b about raising chickens! If you have a question on any topic, just research it on Google or YouTube and you will get a lot more information.

As you have probably noticed, the prices for food and vegetables have continually risen and in the event of a catastrophe, either something weather-related or possibly a war, your garden may help to keep you fed and surviving. The key to preparing for an emergency is: You can’t prepare for it while you’re in the emergency, you have to prepare for it ahead of time, so when the emergency happens you’ve already done your homework and are ready. Happy Gardening!

Verse to Claim: “Blessed shall be the produce of your ground and the increase of your herds...Blessed shall be your basket and your kneading bowl. Blessed shall you be when you come in, and blessed shall you be when you go out. The LORD will command the blessing on you in your storehouses and in all to which you set your hand, and He will bless you in the land which the LORD your God is giving you.” (Deut.4-12)


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