4 Easy Survival Gardening Hacks

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Have you tried these easy gardening hacks yet?

Growing your own food is a skill that every survivalist should learn.

When resources run out, learning survival gardening tips and being able to feed yourself and your family are keys to ultimate survival. When it comes to learning how to truly survive in a SHTF scenario, building the ideal bug-out bag, mastering first aid are at the top of the list.

However, growing your own food is a guaranteed method to always have supper. Your survival garden will be a permanent source of food for you and your family if you take good care of it.

In this post, we’ll go through some great gardening hacks that every beginning gardener should know! Let’s get this party started!

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Easy Gardening Hacks

Whether you’re a novice or an expert gardener, you’ll search for innovative methods to make gardening easier and more enjoyable‚Ķand it should be enjoyable at all times!

In the meantime, as your vegetables develop and you learn new skills, I’ll provide more essential information and secrets so you may create the ideal survival garden…your ideal survival garden.

For the time being, let’s look at some gardening solutions that your new garden can really profit from. Some of these tips may come as a surprise to you!

Gardening Hack #1: Eggshells

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Reusing Eggshells to Promote Your Vegetable Garden’s Health. Eggshells will give your veggies a calcium boost!

When the eggs are cleaned, store them in an airtight container. Simply crush them into a fine powder (you can accomplish this with a blender) and sprinkle it onto the soil surrounding the vegetable plant when you’re ready to use them.

This hack is great for all plants!

Gardening Hack #2: Milk Jugs

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Milk Jugs Can Help You Protect Your Starting Plants. Concerned about your starter plants being destroyed by being trapped in an unexpected overnight frost?

Follow these steps:

  1. Rinse the milk jug and remove lid.
  2. With a knife or scissors, cut approximately half an inch to one inch off the bottom of the jar.
  3. Place carefully over your starter plant.
  4. The bottom of the container should be covered with soil to keep the water in.
  5. Leave the jar lids off. You may water your plants through the drain. Furthermore, by leaving the jar lids off, the plant will be able to breathe.

Gardening Hack #3: Epsom Salt

Epsom salt is a helpful addition to any home garden, as it adds nutrients. It improves seed germination and increases plant nutrient uptake.

Gardening Hack #4: Plastic Forks

Protect Your Survival Garden With Plastic Forks.

Do you want to keep pests such as raccoons, rabbits, and others out of your vegetable garden? A garden might be destroyed in a few hours by these predators.

Try this great idea. Fill your garden bed with plastic forks (between the plants and pokey side up, of course). To make it as difficult as possible for any bug to travel through your garden, use as many plastic forks as you wish. They’ll quickly get the message and move on. They will not return!

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