Today on The Survival Podcast I take your calls on community, bees, chickens, ducks, cooking, lighters, pests, elderberry, medical prep, smart meters, wealth building, vine crops and more.
In this episode the expert council is in force. We have eight council members. We are continuing with our new program I have started and a new way questions will be handled for the council. Tune in today to learn more about that.
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Also please do your best to call from a quiet area with a good connection and speak up so you can be well heard.
While I can’t put all calls on the air but I do my best to get as many of them on as I can.
Join Me Today As I Respond to Your Calls and Discuss…
- Tell the System to Duck Off – (link)
- Building for older folks without a lot of family around them
- Michael Jordan on top bar hives
- Uses for older cull chickens
- Chef Keith on cooking with Asparagus
- Do drakes bring any value other than reproduction to a duck flock
- Dealing with duck water needs in cold climates
- Steven Harris on feeding your zippo lighter on the super cheap
- Controlling tomato horn worms
- Ben Falk on elderberry
- More on medical documentation prep
- Smart meters, reality, conspiracy theory and living in the real world
- John Pugliano on early mortgage payoff and mortgage debt in general
- Growing grapes on fences and trees and vine crops in the north in general
- Final thoughts on severe weather for the coming week
Resources for today’s show…
- Join the Members Brigade
- The Year 1575
- Join Our Forum
- Walking To Freedom
- TSP Gear
- Harvest Eating – (sponsor of the day)
- Safecastle Royal – (sponsor of the day)
- PermaEthos June Event Updates
- A Great Coq a Vin recipe
- TSP Episode with my Favorite Cull Chicken Recipies
- Chef Keith Post on Asparagus
Bob Wells Plant of the Week –
Santa Rosa Plum Tree – This plum is adaptable from zone 5 to zone 10 . This tree produces beautiful, large, red fruits with gold flesh. The Santa Rosa is a big producer and bears sweet plums that are delicious when eaten fresh, cooked or canned.
The tree is considered vigorous and one of the easiest fruit trees to grow successfully. True to its name it originated in Santa Rosa, California in 1906.
It is heat-tolerant, ripens in mid-July and is self-fruitful and doesn’t require a pollinator making it ideal for smaller spaces.
Bob Wells Nursery specializes in edible landscape plants and trees including: Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Vine Fruit, Nut Trees, as well as the hard to find Specialty Trees. Find this plant and more at BobWellsNursery.com
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