Posted by on November 20, 2013 6:30 pm
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Categories: Food Production Urban Homesteading

You can never store enough food food, whether its canned, dried or freezer food, there is no such thing as enough. But none the less in any SHTF situation there is a chance that you may eventually run out. What happens when you run out of the stored food?


what to grow in an emergency


Well you grow some more. Now I know there are times when growing your own garden isn’t feasible, maybe due to the situation it’s just too dangerous to plant a garden. But eventually, as society resets itself and calms down a bit you should have the ability to sow some seeds.


Not only is growing your own food a great way to survive once your stockpile is out, but if you started now you could save a lot of money, and the food you grow is far superior than what you can buy at your local grocery store.


The Prepper Project has developed a great infographic that shows you the top 10 foods you should be growing for survival:


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2 responses to 10 Survival Foods You Should Be Growing Yourself [Infographic]

  1. Signature Collections June 19th, 2014 at 6:44 am

    most of them are easy to grow and have done so myself.


  2. How Well Do You Know the Survival Food Pyramid? October 4th, 2014 at 8:27 pm

    […] Seeds/Gardening: You will need a self sustaining food supply. This means land to garden and seeds to plant. When it comes to gardening and seeds you need to ensure that you are using heirloom seeds. Heirloom seeds are seeds from specific types of plants that have not been modified over the years. Modified seeds might be great for fighting off disease, more productivity and even better looking food, they can not hold a candle to the taste and quality of heirloom fruits and vegetables. Here is a guide to 10 survival foods you should be growing. […]


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