Is growing your own fruit worth it, for self sufficiency purposes?


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I guess so as I see it all over here .pine mountain is one of the name brands and they also sell inviro logs and gosh do those things stink .
I've never seen them but I haven't really looked. I just wait for another storm to go thru and I end up with plenty of real wood for my fireplace. Now I'm going to have to look for them just because.
 
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Getting back to the original question, I would say yes because most fruit bearing plants produce a lot more food on one plant than what we get from a single "vegetable" plant. Though if you really wanted to grown all of your own food, the best way to do so would be collectively along with a few other people so you have some crop variety and a shared workload.
 
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I believe that it is worth it. My family owns a small farm and we get all of our fruits and veggies from crops that we have grown ourselves. It is a much healthier option and you will take joy in knowing where your foods have come from. Also, in my opinion freshly grown foods taste better.
 

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