Seeds may become more valuable than gold in an economic collapse...

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We need to wake up now! If even half of the reports out on the world’s food supply are right, we’ve got real problems and they are coming to our town. Here are some articles I just found:

WorldNet Daily cites strong evidence that some government agencies are stockpiling huge amounts of canned food.

Jim Randas, former U.S. Intelligence officer, appeared on ABC telling Americans to start stockpiling food.

Grocery store prices are rising faster than any time in U.S. history.

Worldwide grain stocks are dropping precipitously as bio-fuels consume inventories… and on and on and on.

As the economy worsens, one of the first things to be affected will be our country’s food supply. causing soaring prices and severe shortages. Without the ability to grow your own food next year, your family may be in danger. The food distribution supply system is only 3 days, which WOULD LEAVE STORE SHELVES EMPTY in the event of a supply crisis.
What will your family eat when grocery store shelves are empty?

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Tuesday, June 2, 2009

How to plant the Three Sisters

1. In late May or early June, hoe up the ground and heap the earth into piles about a foot high and about 20 inches across. The centers of your mounds should be about four feet apart and should have flattened tops.

2. First, in the center of each mound, plant five or six corn kernels in a small circle.
Sarah's Three Sisters

3. After a week or two, when the corn has grown to be five inches or so, plant seven or eight pole beans in a circle about six inches away from the corn kernels.

4. A week later, at the edge of the mound about a foot away from the beans, plant seven or eight
squash or pumpkin seeds.

5. When the plants begin to grow, you will need to weed out all but a few of the sturdiest of the corn plants from each mound. Also keep the sturdiest of the bean and squash plants and weed out the weaker ones.

6. As the corn and beans grow up, you want to make sure that the beans are supported by cornstalks, wrapping around the corn. The squash will crawl out between the mounds, around the corn and beans.

The beans will help add nitrogen to the soil which is needed for the corn and the squash acts as a weed barrier and helps conserve moisture.

Be sure to plant your heirloom seeds from your Survival Seed Vault during this process so you can save your seeds for next year.

Enjoy your harvest!!!

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