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Roll Your Own Cigars

November 24, 2016

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If you don’t see tobacco as important to survival, I feel for you. I’ve been growing it for years (and you can too) and during the worst days of the crash, when I was unemployed, watching friend after friend go broke and seeing folks lose their homes right and left… a good cigar was one […]

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The Top 7 Survival Gardening Secrets

November 7, 2016

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If your eyes are open right now, you know Western Civilization is in trouble. Now is the time to start survival gardening. Today we share 7 survival gardening secrets that will get you off on the right foot. 1. Grow Near, Not Far This is one of those “secrets” I can’t repeat enough. Don’t put […]

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Your Getting Started Guide, To Fall Gardening, Like Your Life Depended On It

August 22, 2016

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Fast Start Guide To Fall Gardening Part I-WO

I used to wait for spring with bated breath. I would watch for a good day for tilling, go out and buy a bunch of transplants and seeds, and then have a wild and crazy weekend tearing up the earth and putting everything in the ground. Thinking ahead? Naw… I had Spring fever! I wouldn’t […]

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How To Make Potting Soil

June 30, 2015

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How To Make Homemade Potting Soil

Have you ever wondered how they did it in the old days, before the times of store-bought pre-bagged potting mix? Knowing how to make your own potting soil from scratch not only saves you money, but is much more convenient and often healthier for your plants than commercial stuff. The main ingredients in homemade potting […]

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Grow 100% More Food In Half The Space

June 10, 2015

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How To Grow More Food In Less Space For many people the dilemma of space is a real issue when it comes to growing a significant amount of food. There simply isn’t enough ground to break. When square footage is limited, you’ve gotta start thinking out of the box. Literally! This is where vertical gardening […]

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Using Plastic in the Garden

June 3, 2015

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You know, I’ve never liked plastic. It has some excellent uses, sure – but still, I like to avoid most stuff that takes roughly a bazillion years to break down. When I started my home nursery business a year and a half ago, I did a lot of research into methods of controlling weeds. I […]

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