DailyDirt: So You Want To Grow Your Own Food?

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Farming isn't a hobby. Gardening is a hobby. No one really expects to be able to grow enough food to feed hundreds of households from a garden, but maybe technology can help change that. Autonomous farming robots and other labor-saving devices might make farming a lot easier for a few people to be much more productive, but we're not quite at the point where anyone really needs to change farming techniques so drastically. However, if you think you'd want to become a post-modern farmer, check out a few of these links. After you've finished checking out those links, take a look at our Daily Deals for cool gadgets and other awesome stuff.

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    JoeCool (profile), 26 Jul 2015 @ 10:25am

    Re: Re: War on gardening

    Because an officer will think that's suspicious behavior, that you're protesting too much, and suggest kicking in the door later to see what you're REALLY growing.

    These days, the people in charge want to know every aspect of your life for every second of the day. If you complain, you're obviously a criminal because "If you have nothing to hide, you have nothing to fear."

    So, no growing anything where they can't see if you don't want kicked-in doors.

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