Agence Hardy, Tome 5 : Berlin, zone française by Annie Goetzinger, Pierre Christin

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This country has the lowest reserves of food in its history. If you doubt this do your research. Google is wonderful but scary. Search for such things as “US food reserves”. You might want to search for something like “US grain reserves”. When you do these searches you will find two groups. Those that want to scare you into thinking you will starve tomorrow and those that think the government has it all taken care of. Both of these groups are wrong. You will need to make your own choice. In any case no matter who is right you need to be prepared.

It is now decision time. You have most of the information that you need to plan your garden. It is time to decide what kind of garden you want:  Just a flower garden.  A garden that produces a few great tasting vegetables for dinner.  A garden that produces most of the produce for your family during the summer.  A garden that is all of the above and produces surplus food to be stored by canning, freezing or winter storage. For myself I always choose the last option. We have lots of room and love fresh vegetables.

The steps for a field garden are these:  Lay it out.  Till or plow the garden.  Rake or smooth it.  Fertilize it.  Till it again.  Rake and smooth it to prepare a surface layer for planting.  Plant your garden.  Maintain the garden until it is harvested. A derivative of the field method is sometimes called the French Intensive method. This method adds an additional step. It is called double digging and is just what it means. The area to be planted is dug down at least a foot to two feet.

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