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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    There is this old fence row my wife and I are going to be clearing to plant some blueberry bushes and fruit trees. The fence line is about 350 feet long. That is a rough estimate but close enough for what we are doing. What kind of fruit trees would you plant and why? In addition to the...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Greetings, I planted 2 pears trees and 6 apples tress with one of them beeing a pollinator. The year I planted them, I got a few pears. No apples. This year is the second year and only 2 apples appeared. How long does it take to get fruits? Is it normal nothing appeared? All the trees had...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    Hello... Central Florida here. Just wondering about some of the easiest and most hearty garden and or trees to plant. I have never had a garden. Just looking for suggestions... aside from the citrus. Thanks
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    My son and I headed out saturday morning to check on the wildlife feeds, and then to the camp to check on the pear and peach trees. Someone that my dad knows setup a hog trap close to one of our feeders. Which is fine, because it helps to get some of the problem hogs out of the area. One of...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Fruit trees are often over looked asset to the urban survivalist. Most people live in a neighborhood where the fence line goes straight back, makes a 90 degree turn, runs across the backyard, makes another 90 degree turn and goes back to the house. What is planted in the 90 degree turns...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    A pear tree my wife, I and the kids planted last year is blooming, here are some recent pics. How do you like the new picture pop up? It only works with pictures at the bottom of the article, not the ones that are moved into the body of the story.
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