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"Growing Your Own Food Is Like Printing Your Own Money" Ron Finley
Growing annual vegetables, plants that grow from seed to harvest within a season, is a valuable skill when looking to increase self sufficiency. It allows for quick production in as little as 7-10 days and presents the opportunity to grow a lot of food in a very small space. To achieve maximum production we have to go against traditional planting advice. We will cover these important tactics so you can leave with the knowledge to make every square inch count.
This class will be taught online. The recording will be sent out within 24 hours of class for those who are unable to attend at the scheduled time but would still like to take the class.
Elise has become self sufficient in many aspects of her food production on her small 5600 sq ft urban homestead. Everything from leafy greens to eggs to bananas and more. She has been gardening since a child and teaching others how to achieve similar results in their gardens for a decade now.