As food shortages continue to occur, more and more people are planting gardens to supplement their groceries. Here’s how to get the greatest yield possible.
Although there are many chemical methods, there are also a variety of natural methods that are effective at keeping animals out of your garden.
Justin Rhodes is an experienced homesteader who is an absolute expert on growing food and raising chickens. In this video, he shares 12 gardening hacks.
Harvesting seeds from your garden is meaningful, saves you money, and is good for the environment. Here’s how to harvest and store seeds.
While banana peels on the ground can be a slipping hazard, they also provide some much-needed nutrients to plants. Here’s how to use them in the garden.
There are plenty of bugs you want to have around, especially in your garden. Some look cute while others are scary, but they all can benefit your plants. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardening #gardeningtips #insects #gardenhacks
Here are some clever gardening hacks to make gardening a little easier this year. They’re six simple tips that I found on a Youtube channel called GrowVeg.
You can start preparing for your spring garden even in the middle of winter. Here is our spring garden preparation checklist. #homesteadsurvivalsite #gardening #gardenchecklist #gardeningchecklist #springgarden
Beneficial weeds can help gardeners diagnose issues within your soil. Weeds even help to repair the problems! Some are also edible, so that’s not too bad. #homesteadsurvivalsite #weeds #wildedibles #gardening #gardentips
Long-term health is just as important to survival as having emergency food. If you are looking for some good food, check out these survival superfoods. #homesteadsurvivalsite #survivalfood #superfoods #emergencyfood #foodstorage