January 9, 2017
Sensible Prepper Presents: Extreme Winter Survival Vehicle Kit. We’re putting together the items that can give you a fighting chance against Old Man Winter. Inspired by the Story of the family in NW Nevada who in 2014, was stranded in their vehicle for 48 hours in -21 degree temps and their story of survival.
February 27, 2017
My first garden tour for 2017. Woohoo! It is out of hibernation. Lots of edible greens and broccoli survived. I clean up my containers and get the transplant lettuces and greens into them. This is actually day 1 for me for 2017 minus seed starting indoors.. Might as well start the tours from the beginning.
December 17, 2016
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the best pepper to overwinter that will still fruit even in the cold weather that can almost survive a frost.
In this episode, John gives you an update of his summer garden and is pulling out all his pepper plants. You will learn which pepper plants John will be digging up from his raised beds and potting up to overwinter in his unheated greenhouse.
You will learn about the Manzano Pepper (Capsicum pubescens) that is one of the most cold tolerant but not frost tolerant pepper plants that prefers cooler temperatures and likes to fruit when its cooler outside.
You will discover how this plant is still flowering and producing fruits despite days in the 50s and 60s and nights in the high 30s to 40s.
You will learn how John transplants his pepper plants from a raised bed into a 5 gallon pot with his tips to ensure you have a greater level of success digging up and overwintering your plants.
After watching this episode, you will learn about one of the most cold tolerant pepper plants that you can grow in an unheated greenhouse in zone 9 and potentially others.
December 14, 2016
December 7, 2016
Making compost in the winter is super easy when you use the sun, leaves and a black garbage bag! Follow the quick tips in this video, and you’ll have some nice compost to feed your garden beds come spring planting time.
December 1, 2016
John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the wasatch community garden in downtown salt lake city and share the crops that grew best in the summer and explains how to best prepare your raised bed garden for the winter.
In this episode, John re-visits a community garden that he visited in 2010. He will first give you a tour of some of the vegetables, herbs and fruits that did the best in Salt Lake City, and should do well in many climates as these are some of the most hardy crops you can grow.
Along the way, John shares with you some of his insights and information about growing food, preserving food and preparing food. John will also share many of his gardening tips with you.
Next, at 20:36 John will share with you how he would prepare his raised beds for the winter season if he lived in Salt Lake City, Utah or other climate where people normally don’t grow a vegetable garden in the winter time. You will also learn how he prepares his bed for the next planting season because he grows year round.
November 19, 2016
As winter approaches, the climate engineers will further ramp up the chemical ice nucleation assault everywhere they can. The temperature swings are becoming ever more radical and abrupt as weather-makers become increasingly desperate to hide the disintegrating climate from the public until the last possible moment. The paradox is this, every engineered cool-down created by the climate engineers further accelerates the unfolding overall climate implosion. The climate unraveling is a completely nonlinear equation, this fact cannot be overstated. What makes those in power willing to wield their weapons of total decimation? What drives them? Why don’t they realize that their own demise is also inevitable if the current course of the human race is not completely and immediately altered?
November 16, 2016
October 25, 2016
August 8, 2016
A lot of fertilizers are on sale now as it is the end of the season. Save a lot of money and look for sales. Now is great time to start your cool weather crops in seed cells, outdoors, for you fall garden. Get your peas, beets, spinach and greens started now in seed trays. You can grow cool weather crops up until the first hard frost.