Gardening in the Wilderness

Gardening in the Wilderness

Gardening in the Wilderness and getting enough return can be a challenge, even more so in a survival situation.

But it can be done if you are prepared to do so.

One advantage over gardening in town is that the land in the Wilderness has not been depleted of minerals, plants will grow and provide you with better levels of nutrients then the fruits and vegetables you are eating now.

in this section we will share with you methods and reasons why we do the things we do, a how to and why, for gardening in a survival situation in the wilderness.

  • Seed choice
  • Sunlight
  • watering
  • where and how to plant
  • how to protect
  • how to preserve

Choosing your Seeds

Goosing Seed's

Growing Time

Amount of sunlight

Choosing your seed's:

1. you only want to grow thing you are willing to eat.

2. look at the number of day's it take to grow to machurity, your growing time in most wilderness cases will be short so pick the seeds with the shortest growing time.

3. check to see howmuch sunlight your seed's and plant's are going to need, best to pick plants that our rated Full Shade, than Partial sun / Partial Shade and then Full Sun

most vegetables will call for full sun but don't get discouraged they will grow and produce food in partial sun if keep warm

Sunlight

Gardening in the Wilderness can be a challenge, then through in a survival situation and the difficulty increases by 70 to 80%

BUT YOU CAN DO IT


Full Sun:   At least 6 full hours of direct sunlight.

Partial Sun / Partial Shade:   3 - 6 hours of sun a day

Full Shade:   Less the 3 hours of direct sunlight each day, with filtered sunlight during the rest of the day.   full shade does not mean no sun, it means mostaly shade.

No matter what the seed package may say,  Full Sun, Partial sun, Partial shade or even full shade your plants will need sunlight. Full sun at least 6 hours of sunlight the rest need at least 3 hours to produce a high productive plant.

Watering

COMMING SOON

COMMING SOOM

Where to Plant

choosing the proper location is crushal




Comming Soon

Spacing chart


Choosing your sights;
that's right sight's you should not grow every ting in one location

1. Can be spotted from sky

2. Easier to be found by others that may come in to area

3. Take in to consideration each season as to where the sun is on the locations you choose

Planting or sowing seed's:
1. Plant in locations that face mostly east and south for most sun exposer

2. space out your plantings, small items can be grown in open fields like Potato's we have planted in an open filed about 6 to 7 feet apart, not in rows or large patches, never weeded and had an average yield of 4lbs. per seedling

Protecting your Plants

methods of protecttion


Protecting your Plants:
Protection of your plants from not only the masses who were not prepared but from the animals small and large is a necessity.

If you have taken the time and planed out your location and gardening, (when and where to plant along with watering) a place that is out of the sight of the masses who have not prepared you have done good, but you cannot hide your plants from the wild life as easily as from humans, and once they find it they will be back. So protecting your plants is a necessity.

a simple deer or bird net laid over small plants will discourage deer, elk and most dirds for items like corn, pees and beans it becomes a bit trickier this is why location is so imporyant. if out in a clearing it is almost imposable but along the edge of a clearing you can use the surrounding brush and small trees to help hide your plants from humans and by spreading netting or fencing, like chicken wire out on ground will discourage the wild life. part of being prepaired.

How to Preserve your food

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How to preserv and stor your food:
Proserving food for winter

canning:

drying:

smoking:

salting:



Hodgepenny

As time went on He just sat, knoqing, knowing what no one else seemed to know.

But staring in to the red leave's He knew spring was on it's way, and that His life would go on as He reflected on the Love He had felt.

And that no mater how the lonely streets desended upon Him He would continue to shin, as He sat their He could be heard sining softly to Himself,   This little light of mine.

Hodgepenny's philosphy has always been take care of home first, only give to those who are truly in need, never, No never take anything that you have not earned. always spend as much time with the Father ae you can, for His love will guide and keep you through all things, and this will make your life better than great.



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