Garden and grow bag pics.
Grow Bags = INSTANT GARDEN
OK, its now looking like spring (may) be arriving and you are sitting there worried about food security. You may have never grown your own food in your life. So what can you do? Well if you need a garden and the idea of planting in your yard or apartment just doesn’t seem possible, grow bags may be the answer. All it would take is some 5 gallon plastic grow bags and a bag of soil from the big box store and a few packets of seeds and you are on your way.
To encourage you, surely you can do better than a soon to be a grumpy 77 year old grandfather? Right? Don’t let me put you to shame. Or perhaps you enjoying hunting for food or would like to starve in the next few years. After making a grocery order online I found the prices to be almost unbelievably. Soon you will have to choose to eat or make some other payment to your masters. So why don’t you do something life changing and grow your own food. Grow bags are a good start.
Below are some pictures from my Ruth Stout / Grow Bag garden. Hope you enjoy the pictures. Click on one of the pictures to open viewer.
More pics below
The camera in the above pics is a battery powered one and is wireless. You can move it around and a charge lasts about 7 to 10 days. Thinking about covering the whole farm with about 5 of these.
While spring has just sprung, I am thinking about growing in low tunnels this fall and winter, so will be showing you how I did it. I have all kinds of innovating things in the works and you will be the first to get a sneak preview.
Its going to get cooler and colder and as the temperature goes down, your food costs will go up.
Another thing you might consider is getting a dehydrator and start dehydrating your surplus veggies. All that summer goodness can be enjoyed dead in the winter.
Now is the time to:
Get some seeds
Plant a garden (try grow bags)
Secure some of your own food
Look after your family and those that you love
Take care of the needy and those who have less than you.
Best of love and good wishes from Central Texas where the stars are bright.