Industrial food production has gotten most of the population's panties in wads trying to figure out the answers to too many questions about what we're eating. The answer might just lie somewhere far away from what the industry has to offer. This is a starting journey and exploration in to home gardening and eating for wellness.
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Tuesday, October 26, 2010
It needs a little weeding right now, a lot of rain (which it is getting right now), and some compost. All said, here is my garden plot. Right now it has some winter squash, several varieties of lettuce just coming in, collard greens, broccoli, cauliflower, lots of english peas, turnip greens, and the remnants of things grown this past summer season. Plans for this winter include getting a load of fine ground mulch to till in and break up some of that nice SC red clay, and extending the plot another 15 or so feet. No, it's not a professionally groomed, perfectly balanced, elegantly planted or charmingly beautiful garden, but it grows unprocessed, raw, nutrient rich, and to add a cliche....healthy food. Salads, peas, broccoli, and squash coming up!!