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  1. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    So far these are the seeds I have on hand for a fall garden: Champion Collards, Purple Top Turnips, Siberian Dwarf Kale, and Diakon Radish. I'm planning on a type of Mustard and some Swiss Chard. I should have the garden patch composted, plowed, and disced in the next 2 weeks. I'd appreciate...
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Spring is here! Happy, happy! So, what are you harvesting now and how are you storing it? Love to hear what everyone's busy with. :) Here on the Gulf Coast, I've dug my Louisiana multiplier onions (walking onions aren't ready yet). Hung some in an old peanut net bag and froze the rest...
  3. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I'm a newbie to this forum and also a newbie to preparedness and homesteading. This is the first year we have had chickens and I'm learning a lot on another site called backyardchickens.com But, I was wondering, what do you do if for some reason you cannot obtain or cannot afford chicken feed...
  4. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I planted my first garden (in containers) this year. So far I have been overjoyed at the results! But I am learning as I go and keeping a gardening journal, so I can learn from my mistakes. Two questions: My jalapenos are beautiful and bountiful but they have NO heat. They taste just like a bell...
  5. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    I built some raised beds this summer as the last three years I've not been able to plant until June because of the wet weather. So a planted a small fall crop just to see how well lasagna gardening would work. I didn't have but 3 materials to work with so I layered grass, dirt and newspaper to...
  6. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    Some recommendations for stockpiling seeds for a survival garden. Radish - fast growing, usually ready to harvest 30 days after planting, the whole plant is edible. Turnips and Rutabaga - large green leaves, good for feeding humans and livestock. Yellow Squash and Zucchini - including winter...
  7. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    The stores are getting their seeds in. So if you have been thinking of stocking up on seeds, now is the time to do it. Some of the big stores like wal-mart do not discount their seeds at the end of summer. Instead, they send the unsold seeds back to where they were bought from. I suspect the...
  8. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    OK folks I am splitting off of Shawn's winter garden thread. Sort of going the same route (great imspiration Shawn) but I am probably gonna be needing a lot more help. :( (Never been good at gardening) But like Kev has preached about, this IS something you need to learn so here I go. Starting...
  9. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    My step son and I planted a row of radishes about 20 feet long - this was 6 weeks ago. Well my step son pulled some of them up today and here are the pictures. This is just about two feet of a row 20 feet long. So what ever you see in the pictures, X's that by 8 is still in the ground...
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