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Subsistence Farming: planning for extreme weather impacts
June 6 2017
This video discusses the impacts of severe weather events on the production capacity of subsistence farms. Thunder storms with high winds and hail, wind storms, flooding and blights can destroy the capacity of an farm. Planning the subsistence farm out put to sustain the family/community on a production volume of 20% or less will allow the continuation of life through remaining farm production even though no commercial production was achieved. The ability of the farm to sustain minimal production through the use of diversity in crops and minimal out put will be life saving in the wake of severe storms, catastrophic events, or a post collapse environment.