Welcome to BarterintheHood.com where knowledge is the key to building a new economy based on home-grown food, and trade and barter of products and services in your local community.
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Imagine a world where access to the internet, grocery stores, and (gasp) cell phone service unexpectedly goes down for days, weeks, or even months. Urgent voices warn of a coming depression where families will be forced to become self-reliant for food, water, and basic needs.
Are we approaching a time where trade and barter will be the only option available to the general population for obtaining products and services? If access to some of the things we take for granted today are taken away tomorrow due to circumstances beyond our control will we be prepared to, at the very least, feed our families? No. We are not prepared – not even close.
This FREE guide (65 pages in .pdf format) charts our journey to Self-Sufficient Living starting with growing our own food then setting up basic, street-level trade and barter systems in our local communities. Even apartment dwellers with limited space, on a back patio, can become Self-Sufficient Citizens. Please copy, forward, share this information with your family, friends and others.
Esperanza J. Creeger
Writer, Artist and Gardener-at-Large
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Table of Contents
About Page - 5
Neighborhood Outreach Contact Form - 7
Prepare Now – How Do We Get Started? - 9
Food Shortages? - 10
Why Potatoes? - 11
What Will We Need to Get Started? - 12
Potato Seeds - 13
Potato Seed Propagation - 14
Containers: Bags and Buckets - 15
Grow Bags - 16
Soil, Manure, Compost - 17
Plant Food, Fertilizer - 19
Potting Mix Components - 20
Plant Preferences - 21
Important Notes - 22
Plant Varieties - 23
Planting Time! - 24
Earthing Up Method #1 - 26
Method #2 - 32
Set on Raised Platforms - 37
Maintenance - 38
My Potato Patch - 40
Harvesting - 41
pH Levels - 43
pH List by Crop Type - 46
pH Planting Planner - 48
Composting - 50
Kitchen Scraps - 51
Compost - Add List - 52
Wood Chipper - 53
Compost Appearance - 54
Compost – Do Not Add List - 55
Recipe – Potato Irish Bread - 58
Recipe – Smashed Parmesan Potatoes - 60
Resources: Teachers - 61
Resources: Just for Fun - 62
Resources: Miscellaneous - 63
Thank You Page - 65
"Everything Old will become New Again"
Grow your own food for self-sufficient living - the REAL Economy
JUST FOR FUN!
Check out my friend’s new YouTube Channel
(and yes, some gardening is involved)
Props to these amazing Teachers:
EPIC Gardening: https://www.youtube.com/user/EpicGardening
•Hollis and Nancy’s Homestead: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPVn9bDOp3DfMMKjPrEsIOw
•Home Grown Veg: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPrZIwOWNvem_IAuGgmIWlg
•Learn Organic Gardening at Growing Your Greens: https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens
•MI Gardener: https://www.youtube.com/user/MIgardener
•Next Level Gardening: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCcJceGUaevGlP7s2xzL9akA
•Self-Sufficient Me: https://www.youtube.com/user/markyv69
•Simplify Gardening: https://www.youtube.com/user/knightreplica
•The Gardening Channel with James Prigioni: https://www.youtube.com/user/ThePermaculturGarden
•The Rusted Gardener: https://www.youtube.com/user/pilarchik
Book: Grow Food for Free by Huw Richards https://www.penguinrandomhouse.com/books/617484/grow-food-for-free-by-huw-richards/
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Fountain Hills, Arizona, United States