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Survival Gardening

Companion Planting

Companion Planting

Companion planting is planting plants together that will aid in the growth of both species, repel pests and help control the weed population. It is a great addition to the many other practices used in organic gardening.  It is practical ...

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Herb Gardening Summer and Winter

Herb Gardening Summer and Winter

Planting herbs can be good for your medicine cabinet as well as your pantry, and can be easily grown. You should start your herb garden with varieties that you currently enjoy using in your cooking, for your health, and as ...

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Raised Bed Gardens

Raised Bed Gardens

Gardening in raised beds has been used for many years in places where the native soil is poor either due to a lack of nutrients or because of rocks and other obstructions – such as tree roots. They can be ...

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Winter IS Gardening Time

Winter IS Gardening Time

Even though there is frost in the air, and possibly snow on the ground, now is the time to prepare for next year’s harvest. Though not much grows when the ground is cold and the air is frozen, the beds ...

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Adaptation in the Survival Garden

Adaptation in the Survival Garden

Hi Everyone!  Hope you’ve all been well since the last time I wrote.  In my part of the country, things are showing some signs of warming up and it seems that spring is right around the corner.  What that means ...

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Ideas for Spring Planting

Ideas for Spring Planting

Hey Everybody!  Jerry Greenfield here!  Hope you’ve all been well since my last article.  In this article, I intend to provide some hope for those of you planning on kick-starting your survival garden for springtime.  We’re halfway through the cold ...

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Weeds: They’re What’s For Dinner

Weeds: They’re What’s For Dinner

I beg to differ with historians. Pearl Harbor was not the first attack on the United States by the Japanese. No, they chose an innocuous Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 1876 to launch their insidious attack against our country. ...

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Composting Made Easy

Composting Made Easy

Hello Everybody!  Hope you all had a great holiday and your New Year is going well!  I don’t know about you, but time just slipped away from me.  I can’t believe it’s already the second week in January!  I wonder ...

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