The world is currently facing a global pandemic and as result, many areas are being affected. These problems are not just limited to the healthcare system but also extend to the economic and food supply systems. Due to COVID-19 prevention measures such as self-isolation, social distancing, and countrywide lockdowns, people have fewer opportunities to purchase resources and as a result are hoarding things out of panic resulting in problems in the operation of the food supply chains. This is why you should probably start to grow yourown vegetables since a food shortage seems like a very likely possibility in the near future.
There are many reasons to during to coronavirus pandemic grow your own food at home. Starting with the fact that vegetables are relatively easy to grow and require a limited number of supplies. There are multiple vegetables you can grow easily in your backyard in reasonable quantities. All it takes is some extra care to grow vegetables at your own home. Since, social distancing has left many of us with free time, it can also serve as a fulfilling hobby that you can involve your family in as well. It can also develop to become a skill that you and your family can benefit from in the future.
Due to many concerns such as climate change and environment pollution, many people have started to practice self sufficient living. Self-sufficient living can mean many things, usually revolving around a lifestyle that reduces your dependence on the grid and being able to use your resources to generate materials needed for survival such as food. In current times, self-sufficient living is an important concept due to many different kinds of difficulties faced by communities at large. Involving your family in self-sufficient will also be beneficial for them as future generations can also benefit from such practices.