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Message Subject Practical Prepping Protocol even if Poor
Poster Handle Kamchatka
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I use organic stevia all the time. Since it's a plant and not a chemical concoction, it doesn't seem to have the physical effects - but, of course, your mileage may vary.

It is not difficult to grow, but I'd grow more rather than less, because sweet stuff may be at a premium and being able to trade some might make you "rich" in the SHTF world.
 Quoting: Kamchatka

That was my thinking, as well - not just for me, but for all those who will very much be craving sweets after they've been without for a while.

Fortunately it's easy to duplicate plants just starting with one if you are doing it in containers. Several would be better if you are doing it in a good-size garden area, but still duplicate and create more according to recommendations from websites.

Glad you are enjoying it. Tell us how you dry it for winter, please.
 Quoting: Pooka

Haven't actually dried any - my plants have been indoors so far and I just picked leaves when I needed them. My last one lived for several years until one of my dogs decided it was good stuff last month and ate the whole thing in one night! They knocked the other two off and killed them.

Am starting over with a couple of plants again, but I'll have to find a good spot for it. I always kept it in my bay window, but that's the dogs' favorite spot too, so that has to change, LOL.

I'm going to plant a row of them outside if it ever dries up enough to plant. Finally put peppers and tomato plants in the ground Sunday, but they may well have washed away. It's been raining torrents since last night.

So far not a good spring for gardening. May have to do a rice paddy.
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