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Preppers always have a TO DO list. Do you have a preppers list of
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    and then there are the zombies. The difference is one
    believes in self reliance and the other believes in fairies.
    Discover the 10 reasons zombies don't bother preparing for
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  • 14 Prepper uses for Vinegar. Aside from its nutritive value,
    preppers stock up on vinegar for many reasons from
    medicinal to food preservation to caring for chickens! Learn
    the many uses of vinegar for your survival.





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    bucks to be exact, then check out these totally useful items
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  • 32 ways to use a bandanna. In addition to learning 32
    ways to use a bandanna,  find out the most useful
    bandannas to own during a crisis.

  • 37 foods to hoard before crisis. Patriots, why buy the
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Monthly list for preppers

January
  • It's time to make New Year's resolutions: make it yours to
    build a prepper skill.
  • Plant tomatoes and peppers indoors to get ready for
    February outdoor planing
  • Wait until late January to plant onions.
  • Consider planting basil, chives, oregano, parsley and thyme.

February
  • February and March is an especially good time to curb pesky
    mosquitoes.
  • Plant broccoli, lettuce, tomatoes, and peppers.

March

April

May
  • Plant herbs: basil, oregano, thyme and sage are excellent
    herbs to plant in May.

June
  • Harvest Zucchini! Two things about harvesting zucchini: pick
    'em young, and pick 'em often! (It's how to avoid bitter or
    tasteless squashes.)

July

August
  • August is a great time to get started gardening by planting
    radishes: they mature in as little as 18-21 days!
  • August begins apple picking season! Get ready for the
    harvest by getting an apple peeler! It's on the list of manual
    tools for preppers.

September

October
  • Plant blueberries or garlic!

November

December