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No Work Gardening – Ruth Stout Method

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No Work Gardening - Ruth Stout Method - Her method is simple: sow your seeds on top of the soil, spread a thin layer of soil on top of them and then cover your garden area with a thick layer of mulch (she used mainly spoiled straw) and enjoy a healthy crop of vegetables and herbs.

Growing vegetables for your family is smart these day: you can be sure to have balanced and nutritious meals and food that has no nasty chemicals added for “better’ growth.

But gardening is hard! Old fashion gardening takes digging and weeding and watering and keeping up with a good size garden can take its toll on your family time (and your back) .

But if you want a no-work garden that still gives you plenty of delicious food, you should try Ruth Stout method of gardening. She was anxious to start her garden, but her helper wasn’t available, so she decided to try her own method that involved minimal effort.

Her method is simple: sow your seeds on top of the soil, spread a thin layer of soil on top of them and then cover your garden area with a thick layer of mulch (she used mainly spoiled straw) and enjoy a healthy crop of vegetables and herbs.

Learn more details about Ruth Stout’s gardening method here.

No Work Gardening - Ruth Stout Method - Her method is simple: sow your seeds on top of the soil, spread a thin layer of soil on top of them and then cover your garden area with a thick layer of mulch (she used mainly spoiled straw) and enjoy a healthy crop of vegetables and herbs.



Bonus: Root Cellar That Can Be Used as a Bunker

root cellar that can be used as a bunker

Do you remember the old root cellars our great-grandparents used to have? In fact, they probably built it themselves, right in their back yard.

If you want to learn how to build a backyard bunker like your grandparents had, without breaking the bank, then you need Easy Cellar.

Easy Cellar will show you:

  • How to choose the ideal site
  • Cost-effective building methods
  • How to protect your bunker from nuclear blast and fallout
  • How to conceal your bunker
  • Affordable basic life support options

Easy Cellar will also reveal how a veteran, with only $421, built a small nuclear bunker in his backyard.

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