Updated – Sept. 3, 2013 (I will continue to update this post as I find articles)
I’ve always been astonished at how people can continue to live in a fog when so many signs point that we are in bad shape. [Enter the possibilities of some disaster here.] But the more time I spend in “Preparedness” and drop hints or ask people probing questions, the more I notice that people are waking up.
One area that I see a lot of interest in is gardening. For a ton of reasons, people are investing time, energy and money into growing their own food, or at least a portion to supplement what they purchase at the store. There are many reasons for this trend, but the fact remains that people are getting their hands dirty.
In a recent poll on Prepper Website, I asked, “What is your gardening experience?” At the time of this writing, 43% of those that responded either chose that they have “been gardening 1-5 years” or “I’m just starting out, but I’m on board!” Another 10% said that they had 5-10 years of experience. I don’t know about you, but my gardening success isn’t what I would like it to be. I have eaten the fruit of my labor and everything, but I’m not happy with all the results.
In an effort to help my fellow gardeners out there, I have put together this Gardening Link Bomb of articles that will cover a multitude of gardening advice and know-how. Good luck and Happy Gardening!
Seeds & Seedlings
Irrigation – Watering
Weed Killer – Insecticides (Organic)
If you know of a link to an article that should be on this list, or a helpful website, please send it to me or you can include it in the comments below. As always, if you have a tip yourself, please include it too!
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