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  • #26942

    Crow Bar

    Okay everyone, we are facing a national, even global natural disaster and crisis.
    People are throwing punches over toilet paper. Think about that a moment.
    Wait till the truck delivery slows or even stops.

    So, what can we plant, grow that is easy, hardy, stores well?
    And in how much quantity for long term sustainment?

  • #26943

    log man

    For my 2 cents, I think gardens should be as hidden as possible to hide them from potential food thieves.

  • #26946

    John Park

    Right now I’m not growing anything in Vermont. It’s currently snowing.
    Beyond that, plans continue to expand things this year.
    You might want to check out the “Survival Garden” thread from last year.

  • #26981

    Cinnamon Grammy

    Each year I try new things.  Last year my new cole crops did not produce well because they were put in late.  So, this year, Starting Early!!  If I need to cover the crops to keep them from a frost so be it.  Expanding our fruit shrubs.  We only have blueberries, and one old apple tree, so it is time to get a few additional crops.  Hopefully we will take full advantage of our garden area this year.  It may be necessary and needed.


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