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ExpiredThe Self-Sufficient Garden: A Beginners Guide for Turning Your Garden into a Backyard Homestead and Growing Food at Home


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What if I told you we would have to eat eight oranges today to get the same amount of vitamin C our grandparents received from just one orange? It’s time to take your nutrition into your own hands and start growing your own rich, colourful and sustainable garden.

Fruit and vegetables are picked when slightly unripe, sprayed with chemicals, waxed, boxed, stacked on pallets and kept in a cold store for up to 12 months. So when you think you’re eating healthily and buying ‘fresh’ food, you are possibly buying fruit that was picked over a year ago. The use of a synthetic produce quality ‘enhancer’ containing 1-methylcyclopropene to prevent ripening is now widely used in over 30 countries, including the US, Canada, UK, Australia and European Union. The longer produce is in storage the more its nutritional value deteriorates. Comparing the nutritional data of produce over the last 50 years shows a reliable decline in the amount of protein, calcium, iron, magnesium, vitamins and other micronutrients.
Petroleum-based wax, used to preserve fruit and vegetables, is also used on produce including cucumbers, potatoes, oranges, bell peppers, limes, lemons, aubergines and courgettes. This coating locks in any pesticides and herbicides used when growing the plants, making it very difficult to remove when washing at home. Even when you peel your fruit and vegetables they have often been sitting in storage so long that the pesticides have soaked all the way through, so even if you remove the skin you’re at risk of eating pesticides residue.
Additionally, overseas shipping causes air pollution, affecting the health of humans, animals, and the environment.
The recent pandemic showed us that in uncertain times, grocery stores may not have everything your family needs.

But what if there was a way to grow nutritious fruits and vegetables right from your own backyard garden and lessen your dependence on corporations? And what if it was surprisingly achievable? The ability to use the Earth’s natural resources is indispensable.

In The Self-Sufficient Garden, you’ll learn:

  • The process of planning a garden even if you don’t live in an ideal climate, don’t have enough space or have no money to spare
  • Different types of gardening, and their pros and cons, so you can determine what fits your lifestyle and needs
  • The importance of soil science and why healthier soil creates healthier people
  • The little-known basics of gardening, how to maximize your yields, extend your growing season and set up an irrigation system to benefit your garden and save you time
  • Organic pest control techniques to keep your plants safe and grow healthier crops
  • How to grow fruits, vegetables, herbs and trees and the process of crop rotation and remineralization to further help the environment
  • How to start your own seeds, conserve natural resources and make your own compost – all things that reduce your carbon footprint.

Plus much more.

Even if you’ve never made your hands dirty, don’t know how to hold a trowel or only have a balcony or a patio, you can still create an abundant garden and make a difference.

You can grow your own food and start your self-sufficiency journey today!

With a detailed blueprint on how to turn your garden into a backyard homestead, budgeting, planting calendar examples and information on permaculture, intensive and biological gardening, hydroponics and aquaponics, you can create a fruitful garden.

If you can’t wait to literally see the fruits of your labour and taste something you have grown yourself, then scroll up and click the ‘Add to Cart” button right now.

And while one individual doesn’t have the power to cover the entire Earth, you can make a difference in your own backyard.

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