Indoor Gardening
Growing our own fresh fruits and vegetables is one of my favorite pastimes. Sometimes growing your own food is a requirement for survival and not just a pleasant hobby.

Tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers, herbs, lettuce, and greens can all be grown inside of your home with a little bit of knowledge, the right supplies, and some tender loving care.

My adventure in growing food indoors began this year when the pandemic hit, and I realized that I needed to up my game when it came to growing our own food. I am not new to the home production scene, but suddenly I was driven to make food production more than a hobby.

In this video, we review the basics of indoor gardening, setting production goals, and give you a feel for our progress growing food inside of our home.

Learn more about growing a survival garden in this article:

How to Grow an Indoor Survival Garden

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Products that we recommend:

Trinity 5-Tier Indoor or Outdoor Wire Shelf –
Fluorescent Residential Shop Light –
Grow lights should be at least 2500 lumens and between 5000K to 6500K –
Surge protector –
Automatic timer –
Neptune’s Harvest Fish Fertilizer –
Dr. Earth Organic 5 Tomato, Vegetable & Herb Fertilizer –
Jobe’s Organics Vegetable & Tomato Fertilizer Spikes –
Miracle-Gro Performance Organics Edibles Plant Nutrition Granules –

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