Survival Gardening articles


How to Grow Antibacterial Bandages in a Survival Garden

How to Grow Antibacterial Bandages in a Survival Garden

As a prepper, it’s important to keep in mind that immediate access to medical care or supplies might not be available when SHTF or any other disaster strikes. That’s why more people are turning to natural remedies that they can grow and stow away for later use. This article will tell you all about antibacterial

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How to Utilize Banana Peels in the Garden

I don’t know if you’re aware of this, but bananas are wonderful. You can eat them plain, put them in a smoothie, drizzle them with chocolate and put them in the freezer – it doesn’t matter. They’re delicious. And they’re also good for you. They’re loaded with fiber, potassium, Vitamin B6, Vitamin C, and Magnesium.

Pine Needle Mulch For Growing Food

Pine Trees are such a great resource in a survival situation.  One use is to sue Pine needles for mulch when needing to grow food remotely. Check out this video and then see the 6 other survival uses of Pines: Survive With No Food By Eating A Pine Tree Medicinal Pine Needle Tea Pine Needle