PreppingSpring gardenSurvival Gardening Survival Gardening 101 by David The Good January 20, 2021 written by David The Good January 20, 2021 In case you missed it: Time to get that 2021 garden started. Share this post!FacebookTwitterGoogle+PinterestRelated posts:Small Farm Advice8 Reasons Why You Should Be Growing Chayote SquashMy 2017-2018 Goal: 2000lbs of Food!Prepper Survival CropsStarting your Spring garden 1 comment PinterestWhatsappEmail David The Good previous post Long-term Soil Improvement in Bad, Sandy Grit next post Inbreeding Plants Unbiblical? Related Articles 8 Reasons Why You Should Be Growing Chayote... March 13, 2017 A Homemade Bow Drill October 20, 2015 Survival Cordage from Common Trash Items February 27, 2017 The Best Oil Lamp Design We’ve Seen Yet January 3, 2017 Survival Gardening Doesn’t Have to Be Gloomy April 15, 2016 Growing Florida Soapberry and Getting it to Fruit June 4, 2019 Survival gardening for beginners May 13, 2013 Interplanting Corn and Pigeon Peas On a Slope June 13, 2016 Identifying Plants Easily June 21, 2016 Quit Worrying and Start Survival Gardening December 12, 2015 1 comment Cindy January 20, 2021 - 1:33 pm I wish you’d move to Appalachia and figure out how to get anything to grow on the north side of a mountain, then teach me. My granny who fed 12 kids off of an acre of rocks is dead these 25 years, and I never learned how she did it. I can do a few container things, but it’s not going to go well if I have to feed my family that way. For now, I’m focusing on cultivating chickens and relationships with better farmers than I. I can do chickens, at least. Reply Leave a Comment Cancel Reply Notify me of followup comments via e-mail. You can also subscribe without commenting.