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Bug Out Bag - 19 Pack 

The Compact Bug Out Bag features 19 of the hardiest and most proven herbs and vegetables in the garden. The Compact Collection Bug Out Bag includes a 75-page Vegetable Growing Guide of the best practices for planting, growing, and harvesting each of the crops from your emergency survival garden. Includes complete seed growing instructions for more than 45 crops. The Bug Out Bag emergency seed collection delivers the highest quality seeds to help ensure a bountiful harvest in the face of crisis, food shortage, and uncertainty. Compact Collection has 19 annual & perennial garden seeds and fits in any emergency kit.

Fruit, Vegetable, and Herb Seeds in the 19 Pack Bug Out Bag

Bug out with peace of mind that you have the essential vegetables, fruits, and herb seeds to survive.  

  • Basil
  • Beet
  • Carrot
  • Chives
  • Corn
  • Echinacea
  • Green Bean
  • Hot Pepper
  • Kale
  • Onion
  • Pea
  • Pinto Bean
  • Rosemary
  • Spinach
  • Squash
  • Sweet Pepper
  • Swiss Chard
  • Turnip
  • Zucchini

Discovering how to meet the soil’s needs is the key task for every market gardener. In this comprehensive guide, Farmer Jesse Frost shares all he has learned through experience and experimentation with no-till practices on his home farm in Kentucky and from interviews and visits with highly successful market gardeners in his role as host of The No-Till Market Garden Podcast

The Living Soil Handbook is centered around the three basic principles of no-till market gardening:

  • Disturb the soil as little as possible
  • Keep it covered as much as possible
  • Keep it planted as much as possible.

Farmer Jesse then guides readers in applying those principles to their own garden environment, with their own materials, to meet their own goals.

Beginning with an exploration of the importance of photosynthesis to living soil, Jesse provides in-depth information on:

  • Turning over beds
  • Using compost and mulch
  • Path management
  • Incorporating biology, maintaining fertility
  • Cover cropping
  • Diversifying plantings through intercropping
  • Production methods for seven major crops

Throughout, the book emphasizes practical information on all the best tools and practices for growers who want to build their livelihood around maximizing the health of their soil.

Farmer Jesse reminds growers that “as possible” is the mantra for protecting the living soil: disturb the soil as little as you possibly can in your context. He does not believe that growers should anguish over what does and does not qualify as “no-till.” If you are using a tool to promote soil life and biology, that’s the goal. Jesse’s goal with The Living Soil Handbook is to provide a comprehensive set of options, materials, and field-tested practices to inspire growers to design a soil-nurturing no-till system in their unique garden or farm ecosystem.