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THE HOW TOO THREAD FOR SAND STORAGE OF VEGTABLES AND OTHER THINGS. FOOD TO LAST ALL YEAR...!

 
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Hey folks. Just looking at all the shit coming down today and thought I would bring this back up. Go to the Extincton Protocol and have a look. As well as a few threads here on the boards. Storage of vegtables can last a year and in some cases well over a year. Just might help save you life and the life of freinds and family if you get it done on time. There's still time and with winter coming up what are you waiting for....?
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"hey there! it's great that you survived the nuclear first strike scenario, now pull up a chair and enjoy some bleached pumpkin and sandy turnip, you'll wish you died in the blast wave!"
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Fuck off and post on some France page with a white flag run up for the Nazis. Go away from America. We don't want to save you again. It's too boring.
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Hey folks. Just looking at all the shit coming down today and thought I would bring this back up. Go to the Extincton Protocol and have a look. As well as a few threads here on the boards. Storage of vegtables can last a year and in some cases well over a year. Just might help save you life and the life of freinds and family if you get it done on time. There's still time and with winter coming up what are you waiting for....?
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peace
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Hey folks. Just looking at all the shit coming down today and thought I would bring this back up. Go to the Extincton Protocol and have a look. As well as a few threads here on the boards. Storage of vegtables can last a year and in some cases well over a year. Just might help save you life and the life of freinds and family if you get it done on time. There's still time and with winter coming up what are you waiting for....?
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peace
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peace
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I was at a local area vegtable farm. Bought 100lbs each of Potatoes, Beets and Carrots. 25lbs onions. 6 large green cabbage. 6 large purple cabbage. 12 squash. Acorn and Spegetti. Total cost: 130.00. Enough for a family of 2 for a year. Buying in bulk this way is way cheaper. Support your local farmers if you can.
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Interesting tips, thanks!hf
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Interesting tips, thanks!hf
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Your welcome.
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Raiding squirrels. Had to fit the lid tighter. Don't forget about making sure that all that you have stashed doesn't get taken by the critters. I gave them some and will give them more so they leave mine alone. Have to help them too.
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hf Live traps work well and they can be released at your neibors place...LOL. I use them for the occasional Pack Rat not to be confused with a Rat Rat.
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hf Live traps work well and they can be released at your neibors place...LOL. I use them for the occasional Pack Rat not to be confused with a Rat Rat.
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s226 My Neibors are all far away. Just kidding..!s226

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Thanks OP.

About the sawdust though, surely you're talking about something you can buy from the store, right?

I'm just concerned with the chemicals they use in treating lumber, if you were to use your own sawdust.I'm not sure that would be a good idea.
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Thanks OP.

About the sawdust though, surely you're talking about something you can buy from the store, right?

I'm just concerned with the chemicals they use in treating lumber, if you were to use your own sawdust.I'm not sure that would be a good idea.
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Where I live there are many mills. They cut the wood green and then send it else where for treatment. I get the stuff right from there in big trucks and use it for bedding for my livestock so it hasn't been treated yet. They also have cedar sawdust which is good for keeping the bugs and critters out.

Thanks for bringing that up. For those of you that don't have access to it then yes buy from the pet store so its not full of wood preservatives.

Thanks.
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this is a fantastic thread. i've copied and pasted all the tips.

with the world going to hell in a greased handbasket, this knowledge is the power to survive.

thank you for sharing your knowledge with all of us.

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Garlic does not like moisture but it dries right out if left out and then is hard as a rock. Girlfreind told me to put it on newspaper. Roll it and then burlap sack it and then you can cover it with a little sand. The newspaper absorbs moisture. Burlap protects and sand will keep from drying out too much. Also helps to change the newspaper from time to time.
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I tried sand storage for some carrots in 2010 in my cellar.

I found that it attracted ants, and by the Spring the carrots had totally disappeared in the sand. Strange! I guess they dissolved in the sand? They were gone!
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I tried sand storage for some carrots in 2010 in my cellar.

I found that it attracted ants, and by the Spring the carrots had totally disappeared in the sand. Strange! I guess they dissolved in the sand? They were gone!
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If you have ants then use borax. You can buy it anywhere and its cheap. Use a wood box thats chalked so they can't sneak in. Fit it with a lid. Tight lid.

Your carrots didn't dissolve. The ants took away and ate every little shread of them. Ants can do that. Amazing Little Critters and very efficent.

Sprinkle Borax between the layers and then on the top. Its a natural product and will not hurt you or your vegatbles.

The ants eat that instead. Sorry it kills the ants but would you rather they eat your vegtables.

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Newspaper works in a pinch for all the above. If you have a shreader save the stuff and use it. Paper absorbs lots of moisture also.

Sawdust works also but packs down so not to many layers of it like sand. 3 layers tops.
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I am trying to preserve green tomatoes. I packed them in newspaper...just experimenting as i hate hot house maters.
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Newspaper works in a pinch for all the above. If you have a shreader save the stuff and use it. Paper absorbs lots of moisture also.

Sawdust works also but packs down so not to many layers of it like sand. 3 layers tops.
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I am trying to preserve green tomatoes. I packed them in newspaper...just experimenting as i hate hot house maters.
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Newspapers perfect. Cool dark place. Or if you want to get them to ripen quicker lots of light but not direct sunlight and warmer enviroment
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More Doom on the way. Break out the Veggies or get more. hf
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Very nice thread, OP. thumbs
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