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 No.81004

Attention all anti-Zog Gardners, I have tons of blackberries growing in my yard. They're not ripe yet, but there are hundreds of fruits already.

 No.81005

B*sed brother, I also have a bunch of unripe blackberries growing. Some of them are just now starting to turn from red to purple

Later this evening or tomorrow I'll be planting some more anti-z*g bamboo too

 No.81008

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wow amazing, you grew probably the easiest berries there are to grow! well done!

 No.81011

>>81005
I too would like to grow bamboo, so I never have to see my neighbors again.

 No.81012

>>81011
your neighbours probably feel the same

 No.81017

>>81012
They should hurry up and plant it then.

 No.81018

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>>81011
It's a wonderful plant. The last house I ever rented had a bamboo forest next to it and I used the stuff to build and repair all sorts of things. It also completely hid the neighbors. I can't wait to have a giant forest of the stuff here

 No.81021

>>81017
you should hurry up and plant it then

 No.81037

My corn and potatoes have sprouted.

 No.81040

>>81037
The virgin corn vs the chad yam

Corn
>dies after bearing seed
>tillcuck needs to hoe the earth endlessly to grow more
>needs to be cooked
>enslaves the owner perpetually to enable it's dysgenic existence
>empty calories

Yam
>spreads endlessly
>continually grows
>impossible to kill
>no tilling required
>grows food both above and below ground
>completely edible raw
>delicious and nutritious

 No.81043

>>81040
>>81040
It's a grass. It sprouted in less than a week and I can presumably just re-plant it in the same spot after they grow in 2-3 months. I've been burying a lot of organic matter in my yard, so I'm not too concerned about my soil's fertility. Also I like corn. I'm already growing potatoes(which are almost done, it's tomatoes that just sprouted), so I don't really see the need to plant yams.

 No.81080

>>81043
Fair enough. I just like plants that take care of themselves. The less work required, the better

 No.81101

>>81080
thats gay

 No.81153

>>81018
> bamboo forest next to it and I used the stuff to build and repair all sorts of things

Pretty cool

 No.81233

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The vines growing around my blackberries seems to be muscadine(big grapes)

 No.81234

>retarded faggot smilecunt thinks hes going to tackle zog with raspberries and bamboo

just simply lmao, that kike brain working overtime to put this 'garden' together

hobby andy

 No.81235

>>81233
Wild grapes are great

 No.81236

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>>81234
Food supply is sacred. It's impossible to be free of the beast while suckling from it

 No.81238

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>>81234
I have a mango tree, this was some of the "harvest", maybe half, around this Jan/Feb. It was the best year I can remember having. I've bonded with the tree and will be sad to move away from him. He's my tree to Nietzsche's big rock thing. Just saw in this article thing that he actually sat on it, lel, I thought (from what I read before) that he just stood around it or something. My brother has quite a blunt mind and kept asking me why I was sitting in the tree or why I sit on my outside building thing (we call it a shed) sometimes. I try to tell him I'm thinking and I don't think he quite grasps the concept.

I can't quite, or fully, square the circle of what to do with fruit and other plant food stuff, though. There's obvious good use for herbs but I don't actually want to eat much mango. The bats (flying foxes) eat a lot of the mangos but it doesn't seem to be their preferred food, or they seem to get enough of something else. I do feel that planting, gardening etc can bring joy though, nature is so important, its beautiful and so on.

 No.81239

>>81236
shut the fuck up kike
>>81238
overdose and die already

 No.81240

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>>81238
Wild junglefowl in Asia get an average of 70% of their calories from fruit

Growing up I knew a man that had a single apple tree in his yard that was so covered in fruit that it had a constant field of rotting fruit all over his lawn

I think the combination of an orchard and poultry would make a fantastic and easily attainable combo for low effort, high yield permaculture

Just grow and establish as many fruit trees as possible and get chickens capable of free-ranging. These alone will provide all human nutritional requirements. Extra gardening with other fruits and vegetables, ideally self-sustaining ones, would also be a nice bonus of course

Just get plants and animals suited to your local climate. Grow fruit, get chickens. It's simple really

 No.81242

>>81240
Very good ideas. You may have noticed I was also getting into the planting stuff to do some kind of conservation or preservation which is also cool. I just don't have my own place yet.

>>81239
I won't let myself die until I write my book (I don't think God/the universe/existence will either) but I also need to confront myself for being a pussy ass bitch and approaching women and showing intent. But anyway I've had some very strong feelings or experiences where I've felt like I've been to purgatory or some kind of place between life and death and I've had to plead with someone or something or myself that I need to get all this information in my head sorted and organized into a book.

 No.81243

>>81238
>but I don't actually want to eat much mango
Make alcohol.

 No.81260

>>81242
Land is very cheap compared to houses
>buy land in good hardiness zone
>make sure it has water or the ability to get water
>build your own house there
>make a farm

 No.81263

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>>81260
been thinking bout buying some forfeited cheap plot lon government auction and putting one of those prefab timber shacks on it. not much of a tradlarper farmer though.

 No.81279

>>81260
>land is cheap
>"build house there"

retard that probably costs more than if you were to buy house on a couple acres lmao

 No.81290

>>81279
Rural areas are not cucked as badly by building codes. It would cost you comparatively nothing to build your own structures.

 No.81293

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>>81290
Fuck code. Don't ever let a single government agent set foot on your land. The government doesn't exist to help you, it only exists to steal from you and make your life worse

If you invite the devil into your building project you'll end up paying at least another $100,000 in extortion money to bandits with badges

 No.81294

>>81290
comparatively nothing btw

 No.81752

Currently attempting to use fertilizer made from soaked weeds. Some of my corn stalks are still very wimpy, so maybe it'll help.

 No.81755


 No.81784

>Chicken breeding. Farmers bring chickens to the market to sell poorly. (Episode 143).

 No.81786

>Tiep Nhan Farm. 165 days: Start a business with a free-range chicken farming model.

>Hello everyone, my name is TIEP. My farm was established in 2015 with 1 chicken coop and 200 chickens. After 8 years of starting a business, I now have 6 chicken coops. Every year I sell more than 30,000 commercial chickens. And my farm is still growing day by day. I created this channel with the desire to share knowledge and experience in animal husbandry. my pet as well as wanting to interact with friends around the world.

 No.81790

>>81784
>>81786
God, I want chickens so bad.

 No.81791

Since I never clean my grass clippings a large part of my lawn has turned into good mulch. I'm hoping to turn all the grass into mulch this way. I was recently told that grass makes it difficult for trees to grow large, and it makes sense, since forests don't have a lot of grass and plains don't have a lot of trees. Lawns are once again proven to be degenerate.

 No.81794

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>>81790
They're incredibly easy to keep. On the same difficulty level as cats

 No.81795

>>81794
Kike city won't let me have them. Rat neighbors will screw me. Due to retarded circumstances I can't move right now.

 No.81796

>>81795
You may be able to get away with keeping quail. From what I understand they're much quieter

The j*w fears the indoor quail farmer

 No.81799

>>81796
quails only lay eggs seasonally and their eggs are smaller than avid's balls

 No.81800

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>>81799
>Domesticated lines of the Japanese quail can lay up to 300 eggs a year at very efficient feed-to-egg conversion ratios
https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Japanese_quail

 No.81801

>>81796
I already looked into it. I can't raise any kind of livestock what-so-ever due to city ordinances. I am surrounded by IRL jannies.

 No.81811

>>81799
I lol'd hard

 No.81819

smiley's penis is smaller than a blackberry

I buy fruit at the grocery store btw

 No.81821

>>81819
Enjoy ur plastic

 No.81822

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>>81821
It's probably not as bad outside of the US, but here we seem to have a steady diet of round-up from practically all our fruit, vegetables, and grain products. Say what you will about the EU, but at least they actually care about consumer protection to some degree, and glyphosate is now banned.

 No.81836

>>81822
This chart would be sincerely nice if many of the foods tested had a sample more than one

 No.81839

>>81836
A problem with a lot of studies. The sample sizes in this are so low that it renders it virtually meaningless.

 No.81874

Some of my poor loquat trees(they are loquats, not kumquats or what my mother mistaken calls "lumquats") are suffering quite a bit. It appears I've over-watered them, additionally, I didn't know that they prefer the shade. I hope they make it through the summer. I'm going to try moving a few.

 No.81876

>>81874
Loquats are one of the fruit trees I plan on growing here. There's almost zero trees that prefer shade over sun. Your issue is probably planting them in the wrong season. Anything I put in the ground now is guaranteed to die from the sun. Can't put anything more in the earth until Fall

 No.81877

>>81874
>>81876
Put something over them, like an umbrella or anything to give them shade

 No.81881

>>81876
>There's almost zero trees that prefer shade over sun.
It's more like they don't like constant sun exposure, such as I'm getting for 15+ hours a day now.
>Your issue is probably planting them in the wrong season. Anything I put in the ground now is guaranteed to die from the sun. Can't put anything more in the earth until Fall
It's not ideal, but someone was giving them away.

 No.81922

There's dog fennel growing in my hard. Supposed to be good for keeping bugs away. Not sure if I should keep it or not.

 No.81924

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The KIKES fear the anti-ZOG gardener

Also ded bort lol

 No.81925

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>>81922
Dogfennel is harmless. Leave it alone unless you need that spot for something else

>>81924
I was in a gardening thread yesterday on /pol/ and I was getting tremendous hatred for suggesting that people grow fruit trees. One Canadian anon even said that "people will get hurt" following my advice, which was specifically that people should grow fruit trees

Z*G really does not want us growing our own food

 No.81926

>>81925
>One Canadian anon even said that "people will get hurt" following my advice, which was specifically that people should grow fruit trees
Are you sure that's all you said? Only thing that sucks about fruit trees is that they take forever to grow.

 No.81928

>>81925
>Dogfennel is harmless. Leave it alone unless you need that spot for something else
It was growing next to my AC unit, so I had to get rid of it. I replanted some of it as a test.

 No.81937

>>81926
I'm serious. Try talking about growing food sometime on /pol/ and you'll be dogpiled by alphabet boys

 No.81939

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>>81937
You'd have better luck talking about that kind of thing on reddit, at this point. /pol/ is completely dominated by fed and bot traffic now.

The internet is dying out as a communications medium, especially when it comes to talking about anything important.

 No.81940

>>81937
why would you even lurk 4pol at this point? it's been shit for years.

 No.81941

>>81940
It's always been shit and full of absolute retards.

 No.81945

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>>81939
>The internet is dying out as a communications medium, especially when it comes to talking about anything important.
More accurately it's being murdered. The evil ones need full domination of the flow of information in order to remain in control. All generations before the millennial only had access to propaganda *they* produced

Our generation is the first to have genuine access to true information, and they're trying to their hardest to make sure future generations don't have the same opportunity

Comically it seems that tiktok is the very last frontier on the internet with any semblance of freedom. Thank you Chairman Xi

 No.81946

>>81945
>All generations before the millennial only had access to propaganda *they* produced
>Our generation is the first to have genuine access to true information
I heavily disagree with this assertion. Before the internet got popular people still had their world-view shaped by their local environment more than anything. That is to say they witnessed truth first-hand in their daily lives without mind-poison to interrupt their organic thoughts constantly. Of course they were influenced by the news and entertainment media, but unless you were a child with bad parents or a loser, television and radio wasn't nearly as present in their lives as the internet is today for the average person. "Real life" still existed.

 No.81947

>>81946
I disagree. The amount of time most people spent staring at a tv screen was similar to how much time people stare at phones now.

You say only losers did it, but most people are losers.

Children did spend more time engaging in irl activities with other kids, but adults just sat on the sofa and stared mindlessly into the doom box.

 No.81950

>>81946
>Before the internet got popular people still had their world-view shaped by their local environment more than anything. That is to say they witnessed truth first-hand in their daily lives without mind-poison to interrupt their organic thoughts constantly
You're correct that their primary view is first and foremost the reality directly in front of them. However a man in 1930 had no idea what was happening in Europe apart from what the newspaper and radio told him. The only exception is for people with direct contacts traveling between the two continent but those are a minority

The media was in position to make up any lie and have the majority of the population believe them

 No.81951

>>81947
>I disagree. The amount of time most people spent staring at a tv screen was similar to how much time people stare at phones now.
This seems to be true to a large extent, though I find it hard to believe if only due to the fact that TVs didn't follow them outside of the house. These statistics are quite disgusting though. From what I remember as a child, television was little more than background noise. The only time adults seemed to watch it all that attentively is when they made an event out of it, such as watching PPV or renting a movie.
>>81950
>The media was in position to make up any lie and have the majority of the population believe them
They are still in this position, only difference now is they have another wrangler to control the narrative for the contrarian nigger-cattle who allege they don't trust the media. It's much more effective at managing discontents than shutting them up or going medieval on them. I have been in constant awe at how easily the system can co-opt and repurpose anything for its own ends. Decades go on, and morons still insist "see we're winning, we're getting the word out, they've gone too far and sheeple are waking up this time!", failing to realize they've only lost ground and the only thing that's changed is the vocabulary.

 No.81952

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>>81951
Forgot to post this.

 No.82003

>>81951
>They are still in this position,
No. Internet was a break in their cloud coverage for a time

 No.82004

>>81952
The downward slide at the end is the rise of cell phones. Shocking how many people still watch tv honestly. Barely even dented it.

9 hours a day would be essentially every waking second that a person isn't at work.

 No.82016

>>82004
It's boomers leaving TV on all the time

 No.82089

I harvested my potatoes too early. They're fugging small. Russets take 4 months to mature, going with something else next time.



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