Added by on 2016-03-15

Overview of our gardening DVD on turning your backyard into a your own organic produce department, step-by-step from soil prep, planting, pest control, harvesting and storage of your bounty Related PostsVegetable Gardening: Growing kang kong – easy leafy greensEasy Organic Pest Control for Your Vegetable GardenGardening Starters: The basics of vegetable gardening made easyVegetable Garden Maintenance – It’s Super Easy If You Plan It RightEasy Vegetable GardeningVegetable Gardening Made Easy

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

19 Comments

  • AllThings Health 1 year ago

    Thanks for the cool content. Awesome to see people exploring how to improve themselves .

  • MR GARDEN PROJECTS 1 year ago

    Great project, great video. Thanks for sharing.

  • StarksBrothersHomes 1 year ago

    Thanks for sharing with homeowners.

  • cfuller1971 1 year ago

    We have a herd of 27 dairy goats and about 60 or so breeder rabbits. All the manure and soiled hay/straw gets composted directly on the spots we want to grow vegetables or as top dressing. All of the feed bags that are made of natural materials don't get thrown away. We cut holes in them where the plants go and use them a weed barriers. Not totally sustainable, as we don't have enough land to pasture the goats, but not a whole lot of waste.

  • Swansen03 1 year ago

    how to grow easy garden without outside inputs. gather deep rooted weeds seeds from your area, ornamental grass also(yes, these build soil), combine with various vegetable seeds and herbs and make into seed balls. Cast the seeds in the appropriate time of year, never turn/til the soil. to promote vegetable growth, just chop back weeds until vegetables overcrowd. forever fertility, just harvesting, lots of diversity of structure(above and below ground). no fertilizer, no pesticides.

  • weildemary 1 year ago

    oh no! what happened? It is not loading… says there is an error. hope it comes up again!

  • MrMyfastloan 1 year ago

    Excellent garden…great video!!!

  • Praxxus55712 1 year ago

    THAT is a big garden! Holy moses!!

  • virtualearthvillage 1 year ago

    Virtual Earth Village – online Earth Friendly Community launched in 2010. Join us free, create a profile, invite your friends, find new friends, create a bio, share your knowledge and wisdom, we'll publish your ebooks and videos, you can sell your eco-friendly products, and most of all you can participate with many others, "Now Creating Tomorrow's Possibilities!"

  • montrealstars60 1 year ago

    @3Gallagher
    thanks my friend…

  • 3Gallagher 1 year ago

    @stephendrumminette …yea, nice garden, but very traditional 'row gardening'. He could use at least half the space if he doubled up his rows into beds instead. There's more soil for walking than growing vegetables.

  • 3Gallagher 1 year ago

    @montrealstars60 …he said something about moist peat moss I think

  • Marcus Medic 1 year ago

    cant get any greener than that!!

  • montrealstars60 1 year ago

    Nice garden. I didn't understand how to store the carrots, it was windy in the video, can anyone tell me what he says

  • Stephen Ronsonette 1 year ago

    very nice garden…a very good first step in getting "off the grid".

  • YourGardenShow 1 year ago

    interesting project!

  • Pepper Joes 1 year ago

    Great video. check out my YouTube Garden videos.

  • Allotment Diary 1 year ago

    Loving it.
    Great Stuff.

  • coirgreen 1 year ago

    Should try using coco peat…. good substrate!