13+ Survival Gardening Crops To Grow To Live Off Your Garden




How to Deal With Rats

Rats have been around with mankind from the beginning of time. We are told that nobody is further away from a rat than six feet, at any given time. I do not believe that is necessarily true, however there are a lot of rats around. Apparently there are 60 species of rats in the world. The smallest one is about four inches long and the biggest one is called a Bosavi woolly rat that weights in, at over three pounds, about the size of a cat.

Getting Rid of Cabbage Moth

You do everything possible to have healthy growth and ‘bang’ your plants get slammed by some critter or another. What do you do? As more and more of us are concerned about climate change from chemicals and the like, we turn to the old ways of control. This means, in general, natural control for all those bugs that help themselves to our crops.

Make Your Runner Beans Thrive

Runner beans are a very profitable crops for the grower to grow. You will see them in practically every vegetable and allotment plot that you come across. However, like everything else, to get the best yields there is a right way to cultivate. In this article, I will try to point you in the right direction.

Autumn Sown Onions:

The idea of sowing onion seeds in August is a very good one, because it is a known fact that seeds sown at this time of year are not affected by onion fly. However it is not always possible to do so because some land might be exposed to cold north or easterly winds which will prevent the seeds from taking off.

Know Your Onions:

The onion is perhaps the most respected crop in the vegetable patch as well as the highest priced in the market. Producing a fine crop of onions takes work and care, for there are many problems along the way like mildew and onion fly. However, I will lead you down the right path to avoid these troubles by growing your onions with the correct cultivation.

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