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Author: Barbara Damrosch
International news stories report increasing famine in nation after
nation. Shortage of food items and doubling costs in just the past year
are a fact of life we have to face. The Bible warns of famines in the
last days, so there is reason for family concerns.
Many homeowners and family leaders are trying to copy the victory
garden practice of World War II when the federal government dictated
food rationing. Whether you have a small or large garden space, food
costs can be reduced with a family or personal garden.
Most can begin with basic vegetable producers: tomatoes, yellow
squash, cucumbers, eggplants, and okra. Larger plots will also allow
for beans, peas, potatoes, melons, turnips, corn, and many other plants.
Gardening will not only help to provide food for your table and
reduce food costs, it can also be fun and rewarding. This 820-page book
will give you advice on what to plant, where to plant, and how to plant.