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Survival Gardening Part 4, economic collapse, peak oil, 2012

Part 4 of our series on Survival Gardening covers the criteria necessary to select vegetable crops from a survival standpoint. Popular vegetable crops are critiqued from a survival gardening standpoint. As usual, various tips and instruction are given throughout the video including security issues relating to gardening post TSHTF, why raised beds might not be the best thing for survival gardening, how to save seeds and more. www.survivalreport.net www.homesteadingandsurvival.net tags- preparedness, survival, survivalist, homesteading, self reliance, self sufficiency, food storage, survival retreat, survival training, survival groups, AK47, AR 15, permaculture, organic gardening, gardening, sustainability, prepare for; war, famine, gas shortage, food shortage, economic collapse, nuclear war, end of oil, end times, prophecy, revelation, aliens, zombies, TEOTWAWKI

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Friday, April 30th, 2010 2012 Survival

25 Comments to Survival Gardening Part 4, economic collapse, peak oil, 2012

SurvivalReport
February 15, 2009

Parts, 6, 7, etc. discuss various things to plant based on various criteria including how they store, are they easily recognized, ease of saving seeds, etc.

xxwnetelxx
March 2, 2009

agreed survival ,It always turns out like this when the wrong ones r allowed to put doubt in the minds of the real world ppl.

ShannCole888
March 15, 2009

Point I am making is, we know in part, that it is written in the Bible, a lot of these things we speculate will happen. We who know the truth have an obligation to try and establish the vision, or reveal,and expose what we know about the truth. Whether we are preaching the Gospel, or trying to warn people of things to that are happening within our gov,and to happen in the near future, it is only because we want to make you as prepared as possible, not to express what we believe a lone.

ShannCole888
March 15, 2009

Jesus said, love your neighbor as yourself. If I am traveling down the road, and I find out the bridge is out, and I know you are traveling on that same road, heading for the section the bridge is out, am I not going to try and warn you, so you will not be injured ? If I have learned of things, that deceitful leaders, are planning, things that put you in danger, I should tell you about it right, and if it doesn’t happen, isn’t it better to be ready for it, than not to be ?

brown55061
April 17, 2009

Yes! Most people like to ignore that fact.

PQRLOVE
May 15, 2009

If concealment of carrots is a concern try having a couple of QueenAnne’sLace in there too. They look an awful lot alike. People will think they are the same.

ehswan
August 14, 2009

There will be people coming to your door saying we are hungry, they will be your neighbors. If you turn them away they will become your enemies. We as always will only survive as communities.

SurvivalReport
August 14, 2009

Yep, let’s see we have some great recent examples of that- like the SUPERDOME in New Orleans. That was “community” in action right there. Yep, I want to be a part of that! Yeah right.

redpony46
August 26, 2009

Where do we go when things get tough I live in a travel trailer but have no idea where to go or what to do

wingz3636
November 2, 2009

Yeah people could hide in corn, but if you grow the right ones, spread them out much farther then you have, weed heavily, use squash to block most weeds, beans for next years nitrogen, its acceptable.
AMaranth is th best survival food. The seeds have lysine, they can survive drought, you could establish it NOw in weedy areas close by, its that hardy. The leaves are also edible. used like spinach. to save brocoli seed, as a outbreeder, you need many more plants then four to do it long term.

SurvivalReport
November 3, 2009

This is (one account) of the guy that was crybabying that I deleted his comments- aka Mrgrower36. Notice I didn’t delete this comment? Why? Cause it was one of about 10 where he DIDN’T use insults in. That should prove to you mrgrower36/wingz3636/whoever else that your comments that are NOT insulting or rude ARE more than welcome. We ALL have a lot to learn, most definitely me and believe it or not, yourself also 🙂

GoldenBoughTrader
November 22, 2009

@SurvivalReport
You are much more forgiving than I am.

nerdy513ismyrsname
December 6, 2009

I’m not christian, but I sure as heck plan on helping my neighbours – as long as they give me land to plant on and help with looking after plants.

nerdy513ismyrsname
December 6, 2009

I want to see a vid on water. Unless you dig a bore you’re gonna run dry and have to face long walks to a river/creek and then purify the water. I’m lucky, I live about 500m from a nature strip with a readily available supply of protein (birdies + wallabie) and running water as there’s a fast-flowing creek down the bottom. Sure I have to prfiy it or I’d get cholera, but im currently turning several steel drms into water purifiers. 5/5 on all your vids man.

SurvivalReport
December 7, 2009

@nerdy513ismyrsname Correct. You can utilize low laying areas also that tend to hold water longer.

FresnoDental
December 29, 2009

I am very interested in merging skills, ideas, supplies, security, trust, and community with like minded people. if something does happen we need a community of people with the same goal, and the group/herd menatlity to truly survive. I know if something happens the freeways will be locked down with in 48 hours, and getting in or out will be impossible. SO I propose we have a group at least at an elevation of 6,500 feet with in 3 to 4 hours drive time of southern ca.

bowmasterpigo13
January 17, 2010

yer i wont to run away and live in teh wilderness so im watching all these ayy i loive this video i have like 10 kgs of seeds so im just have to work soem land and plkant it sound easy but really hard ayy

1984IcameandIstayed
January 24, 2010

So glad I happened across your channel as I’m in the process of tearing up my lawn for a garden and need alot of tips. When things get uncontrollably bad do you think growing pot would be a good idea? It can be used for food, medicine etc.

Engineer245
February 1, 2010

In the final tally if the economy does take a dumb there will always be the many that are too lazy to work so they will take at gun point. All agra- societies or groups throughout the ages that have tryed to live piecefully have been wiped out by the ruthless killing humans at some point. This is too bad but all so true!

ertasmasa
February 7, 2010

The fact is if economy collapsed in a big way looting would become a real problem. Many here ignore some of the real problems that lead to this, blaming it on lazines. The fact is land has been made so expensive by the speculators, many people cannot afford it right now so they cannot prepare for a collapse. Personally i believe everyone should be gauranteed 20 acres of farm land if they want to farm This and people learning basic survival skills, everyone have a garden, could stop a disaster

ertasmasa
February 7, 2010

To make sure that there is enough land avialable for people for their farms and to prevent overextension of resources and environmental collapse we also need to focus on stable population levels and a zero growth society, through public education and voluntary contraception. The fact is population growth has led to scarcity and higher land prices. After north america was stolen from the natives they virtually gave away land, there was so much of it. Due to rising population, not any more.

ertasmasa
February 7, 2010

I myself have looked into the possibilities of farming in response to a peak oil collapse. I know just the agriculture aspect would require huge amounts of work and planning. But on top of that land prices are so outragreous i could not afford it. Especially when people are out of a job and have no resources, spending $50,000 on land just is not possible. This on top of the existing nearly insurmountable agricultural challenge would make it overwhelming, property taxes as well.

merginglight
February 8, 2010

I’m very fortuneate in that I live in the country and have been focusing on learning to enlarge my crop area and to grow my own food without having to use manmade chemicals. If there’s a healthy way to grow food on a large scale, I’ll find it, but I will not compromise and become dependent on manmade chemicals. There are ways to do what one needs without compromising. Keeping an open mind is the first step to finding those options.

JonnyMuzz
March 13, 2010

Scarcity is manufactured to increase profits.

trwsandford
April 23, 2010

just don’t grow it near the house

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