You don’t need 1600 acres to plant your vegetable garden! You can use a pot or in this case a box. This wooden box is 1’ by 2’ feet at the most and is 9” deep. I just filled it with some compost that I purchased and planted some seeds. I watered it daily as needed, meaning if the soil was still wet or moist (by sight or touch) I would hold off on watering. About the seventh day of watering I started to see some of the tiny plants forming. I then added a cap full of black-strap molasses into the water and watered them.
So if you don’t have space, all you need is a pot, box, or several pots and boxes. You can stack the pots or boxes in an arrangement they call “vertical gardening” by securing the pots and/or boxes to a fence. There is no excuse, let your imagination loose, let it go, let it flow! Growing your own vegetables, fruits and herbs is a form of boycotting! You are re-directing your finances, time and energy and adding benefit in the form of nutrition to your life and your family’s life.
Even if you have no yard space at all, the least you can do is grow indoors, in a sunny window, or set up a hydroponics system in a closet or somewhere. The final option is to sprout seeds either in a jar or a tray. You can sprout alfalfa, sunflower, mung, buckwheat, wheat, etc. Use the sprouts in salads. There really is no excuse to get our mouths out of the enemy’s kitchen; these are just some of the little things that anybody can do!