Food production

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Food production

Unread postby Christine on Tue Nov 18, 2008 12:56 am

It's NOT easy to grow food. Between the wind, heat, hail, drought, flash floods, freezes, gophers, chipmunks, rabbits, lizzards, insects, ... it's been a STRUGGLE for me in the high AZ desert.

But, some herbs did well and to my surprise, NOTHING touched the grapes. Everything else needs to be grown in a greenhouse or be completely enclosed and covered with hardware cloth.

Since I'm 55 miles from a supermarket, I know what it's like not to have any salad for weeks. I'm currently building a little addition for a temporary growing space and eventually I'll add a 32 x 20 greenhouse.

And I'd like to have a section on greenhouses and everything related to growing food and herbs. What works, what doesn't, selling and trading plants and seeds, etc.

I've been doing quite a bit of reading on the web and there is SO much info, but you never know what's true. I'd like to get beyond the hype and infomercials.
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