Not a large garden. Just a small garden. It was not much trouble to care for.
It was more food then we would eat thru-out the year.
We planted tomatoes, zucchini, okra, green beans, corn, watermelon, onions,
yellow squash, and some times peas or something else.
In the State of Tennessee, it's in the South, gardens grow real well without a
lot of maintenance. Plow the garden spot real well, make your rows, plant,
hoe when needed, keep the bugs and worms off (a little Seven Dust works
well) and then eat when ready.
wildbillhickok wrote: Hmm...
It wont take long for a new war to start... A trade war at the most
I heard that in case of a nuclear apocalipse just few species would survive, one of them being the politicians...
So this would not be a new beginning for us as humanity...