I'm looking to begin a simple garden this spring so as to grow my skills, however, I'm extremely new o this, where can I find resources of techniques and strategies to have a good yield? also, what are some good easy foods to attempt to grow?
So I've been going over my preps as a way to just double-check myself in the event the Chinese plague hits harder. Because of my budget limitations and the legal limitations of my country I have not put a lot of thought or money into defense, mostly food, gas, asswipe, etc. but I do have a few "Tools" and a vest/belt system that works. However, I noticed a slight issue with my defensive selections. My area denial is squared away, but my actual tools are as heavy as hell. I have been considering the idea of down the road investing in a PCC as a way to mitigate weight, but I'm concerned about effective range. Does anyone integrate a PCC and can offer insight? this is not a super big concern of mine but it is something I noticed I could improve upon.
Hey All, I've never had any experience with kerosene. I've picked up my first few oil lamps and I'd like to buy a few gallons of kerosene. Looking online, I'm seeing a lot of funky storage containers for kerosene. Others just look like plastic gas cans. If it were up to me, I'd take an extra gas can and use a Sharpie to store a few gallons of kerosene. I'm looking around online and it just sounds like people don't want to pour the wrong fuel into the wrong lamp/car gas tank. Anything else wrong with storing kerosene in a red plastic gas can?