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  1. Keith

    Food & Water No Snow This Winter!

    No snow this winter, so it is very dry. Spring is here, but temperatures still dipping below zero at night with cold wind during the day. We are starting seeds sprouting in the house, as we don't have a glass house/greenhouse. Did have one planned, but it never happened. I am sure many of you...
  2. Keith

    Crops The Importance Of Seed Saving.

    Very important to save your own seed, for the home, & for taking with you if you have to leave. http://www.ucalgary.ca/utoday/issue/2016-12-12/english-prof-unearths-surprising-history-seed-banks
  3. Keith

    Crops Two Tips.

    1) Rhubarb is the first fruit available after winter. 2) It is said that anyone who grows Jerusalem Artichokes will never go hungry. This root crop is available all year round & just keeps coming back. The green tops can be fed to stock, & the dried stalks make great kindling.Not a lot of taste...
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