You might not want to grow your own food for a while.
But that’s not because you need to.
The average person would be able to make enough to eat from one meal a day, and some of us are able to grow more than one food source.
Here’s how to do it.
The first step is to get your first garden ready.
To do this, you’ll need a basic garden.
You’ll want a container that’s big enough to hold the seeds.
That way you can plant the seeds in a spot that will be free from weeds, and you can let them grow on your own.
But you don’t want to plant them in areas that will attract birds, pests, or other predators.
You also don’t need to use fertilizers that contain heavy metals, since the seeds will grow faster and take longer to germinate.
To start, you can put the seeds and dirt in a plastic bag or a plastic trash can, and place it in a sunny location.
(Some people like to put them in a cooler, too.)
When the seeds germinated, they should be about 3 feet apart.
Next, fill the bag with soil and cover it with a layer of soil.
That’s what’s called a substrate, and it will help the seeds grow.
After that, the seeds should be planted in the container you just filled with soil.
Then, the next step is watering.
If you have an old soil mix, put it in your refrigerator for a few days.
(It’s a good idea to keep that mix in the fridge for about a week.)
You can also put in a fresh soil mix every few days if you want to.
(The soil mix can also be frozen for later use.)
Once you’ve planted the seeds, water them in water that is at least three times the volume of your soil.
If your soil mix is older than three months, you may want to use a soil mix with a pH of 3.0 or lower, because that’s when the plants need to drink from the soil.
After they’ve sprouted, you should plant a few more seeds in each of the containers you’ve filled.
Once the seeds sprouted in your container, they’ll be ready for transplanting.
When the plant is ready, you want them to be transplanted into a greenhouse.
In this process, the plants’ roots and roots, or “seedling,” are removed from the plants and put back into their container, which has been covered with soil that is three times its original soil.
Next you’ll put the plants in a greenhouse, where you’ll give them enough water to grow to maturity.
The plants will need about five to seven days to reach maturity, depending on the size of the container.
Once you get the plants to maturity, you’ve put them into an greenhouse.
After transplanting them into the greenhouse, you plant the plants on a sunny terrace with an open canopy, where the soil can dry out.
In a few weeks, you’re ready to harvest.
If the plant’s leaves are long and brittle, you might want to cut them off.
(This is why garden centers sometimes put a plastic towel in the greenhouse to keep them from drying out.)
After you harvest, the leaves will be a good, green color.
Some people, though, prefer to cut the plant back to size and transplant the plant in a terrace.
If they want to continue the harvest, they can remove the seeds that were transplanted, and plant the next generation of plants in the same container.
The next step, of course, is to transplant the plants back into the soil, so you can begin the next batch of seeds.