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Make your yard a Prepper’s Yard

preppers yard

I see all my neighbors doing their best to kill the weeds in their yard, so they’ll have plain old grass. I’m doing just the opposite, I’m encouraging some weed-ish plants to grown in my yard. I am creating a prepper’s yard.


Hybrid Seeds vs Heirloom Seeds – The great debate

hybrid vs heirloom seeds

Every year I have the Hybrid Seeds vs Heirloom Seeds argument with myself. This year I finally figured it all out. If only I had known that the Hybrid Seeds vs Heirloom Seeds answer was this easy.


Benefits of Composting

It’s Spring! That means it’s time to start getting ready to plant a garden. This year instead of tossing your fruit and vegetable waste and lawn waste in the garbage bin, you can reap the benefits of composting your organic waste.


Self Sufficiency – Prepping to the Next Level

self sufficiency

What do we do once we’ve got the Bug Out Bags, the survival supplies and the things we need to survive in a post-SHTF situation? I’ve been working on my preps for a while now and while there will always be room to add to modify my supplies and tactics, but what should the real […]

Survival Skills: Garden – Upside Down Tomato Garden

This is almost exactly like my upside down garden

If you like tomatoes and plan to grow them, especially in an area without much space, I recommend using an upside down tomato garden. I’ve had some great results.

I no longer have tomatoes pulling the plant over and laying on the ground where they […]

Survival Skills: Gardening – Time to start the seeds!

 It’s March 12th and it’s fairly warm. We at the Geek Ranch are starting to get our seeds ready to start indoors. Since this will be only our second year gardening, we’ll be using our lessons learned from last season as well as trying some new techniques.

First we’ll be starting our seedlings in the […]