Survival GardenA survival garden can be done in a variety of ways, but the recommended way is inside of a green house. When you are growing your own food to survive on, it’s important to keep the growing process going year round. A green house allows your to keep a warm growing environment even when conditions outside aren’t ideal. During the summer time, you will grow as much food as you can manage. When starting a survival garden during the start of winter, utilize every resource you have to grow the most food you can. Use home made devices to help your plants flourish like the following trellis for your peas: Survival gardens can be started indoors. If you have windows that allow for long exposure times to the sun, you can start your seeds inside your house. As the seeds develop you can move them out too your green house. This will give you a little more room to grow the precious food you will need for your family. Growing sprouts is a good way to get some food started quickly. Sprouts take only a few days to grow to an editable size, and if done right can be self replenishing. During the summer grow as many large vegetables as you can. Squash, cabage, corn, potatoes, onions, and turnips all make bulk food for canning. These vegetables take up more room in your meals and makes them more filling. Practice starting a survival garden before you need one. Growing your own food is one of the most important skills you can learn. Teach your friends, family, and children how to start a survival garden. It’s can not only be very fun for kids, but will also teach them skills they can use later on in life. What kind of vegetables would you grow in your survival garden? Do you have any techniques or tips for growing food? Leave some comments below!
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