Posts Tagged ‘economy’

How To Create a Container Garden on a Budget

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Tom MacCubbin teaches you how to create a container garden on a budget. For more videos and information, go to www.hisandhersgardening.com

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    Donna’s New Garden Part 11

    Thursday, March 24th, 2011

    Changed around some things! 🙂 Have a few surprises and a few mistakes….. Square foot gardening organic gmo monsanto vegetables herbs seeds garden soil compost sweet pea onion broccoli cabbage thyme peppers rabbits corn carrots genetically modified heirloom hybrid economy crisis collapse survival inflation food storage

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      Survival Gardening Part 1 peak oil, food storage, TSHTF

      Wednesday, December 29th, 2010

      In a new series of video we discuss and will show methods of gardening “when it counts.” The first 3 short videos detail some of the pitfalls and perils to the common survival/preparedness thinking of “when my storage food runs out I’ll just grow a garden.” Intermixed throughout the first three videos are also invaluable tips on gardening and food production for the homestead, survival retreat or backyard in suburbia. The first step in planning to truly grow your own food is to recognize the factors working AGAINST you, so you can plan accordingly. If your interested in being able to feed yourself from your own labor either now or after an economic collapse, peak oil, etc. then you should view these video. www.survivalreport.net Prepare, preparedness, survival, survivalist, peak oil, economic collapse, war, terrorism Survival Gardening Basics Part 1

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      How do I start a vegetable garden?

      Thursday, August 26th, 2010

      I’ve been wanting to start a vegetable garden for a while now, and I’ve decided to finally do it this year, due to the economy. My question is, where do I start? I’ve been researching it, and it seems really complicated. The extent of my experience of working in a garden is putting out grass seed. Any tips or links would be appreciated.

      EDIT: I live near Dallas, Texas.

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