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I finally got my Fall Garden Started a couple of weeks ago, so here’s an update. I gave in and started a Mittleider Garden with my fall planting. This season… Video Rating: 4 / 5 Six days later than the previous video where I show you my planted fall garden, look at it now! This Mittleider garden is growing like mad and I’m super exci… Related PostsMittleider Garden Update: Albert & Irene’s Fall GardenMittleider Gardening Method: Winter Garden Week 8Vertical Gardening! The Benefits and How to Get StartedMittleider Gardening Method: Pruning PlantsMittleider Gardening Method: Seed Start Comparison UpdateMittleider Gardening Method: How to Plant Onion Starts

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  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    *I wanted to share with you my latest garden video (Fall Planting 2013).*

    *This is to get your ready for the video that I just shot today and I will
    be releasing this weekend sometime. I believe you will find it to be
    informative and hopefully you will want to see more and come on the journey
    with me.*

    *What part of my garden would you like to see more of?*

    #gardening #mittleidergarden #heirloomtomatoes ?

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    I finally got my *Fall Garden Started a couple of weeks ago*, so here’s an
    update.

    *I gave in and started a Mittleider Garden with my fall planting.*

    This season is completely a trial and error garden for me as I’m certain
    it’s a bit too late but I’m still giving it a shot. I’m hoping that the
    weather will hold out, allow me to make some progress, and give me time to
    decide whether or not to build more Mittleider Garden beds for next summer
    season. I’m hoping my results are favorable. Think Positive!

    LDSPrepper – https://www.youtube.com/user/LDSPrepper

    Mittleider Garden Course –
    http://growfood.com/shop/the-mittleider-gardening-course/

    My Seed Savers Community On Google+ –
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105332098393270616988

    I’m also planning on building a greenhouse (my time is limited). Even
    though it may take me a while, I’ll bring you with me every step of the
    way….so look forward to that.

    I hope that my wins and failures will help to shorten your learning curve
    and you venture into your garden and your level of dependency on others
    decreases.

    *What do you like to plant in your fall garden?*

    #fallgarden #fallgardening #saynotogmo

    Thank You +Blake Kirby for running such a wonderful and productive
    community. :)?

  • meanshoes 2 years ago

    I’m really looking forward to seeing how this progresses bro πŸ™‚ Brock

  • Blue 823 2 years ago

    This one is a bit …. ok… well above my level…. still enjoyed the
    video. Will keep watching for all the tips I can get… thanks

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Oh yes, you do have the ability to grow food year round….I’m highly
    jealous! πŸ™‚ That said Mark, I’m looking at building a greenhouse very soon
    so that I can do the same thing. Keep doing what you’re doing, I love your
    channel and your mentality about everything. God Bless, Wayne

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Thanks man I appreciate it! I’d love to help you out in any way if you’re
    in need? Just hit me up, food supply will be important when we are on our
    own so that’s why I’m learning the basics on a small scale first, then I
    will expand. πŸ™‚ This is probably the easiest way to grow (or so I’ve
    heard)….I’m putting that to the test. Wayne

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Thank You Brock, I really appreciate that! Especially coming from you! πŸ™‚
    I’ll keep you all updated on the progress, I’m hoping that it works out.
    Also, can’t wait to get started on the Greenhouse! πŸ™‚

  • Jim Kennard 2 years ago

    Wayne: The Mittleider system of growing includes much more than just using
    the Pre-Plant and Weekly Feed fertilizers. Proper spacing (usually closer
    than people are accustomed to), regular watering, etc., etc. all make for
    a great garden.

    I encourage you to follow the recipe accurately and consistently, and you
    will be amazed at the results.

    Regarding the comment about possible dependency , may I suggest that it is
    very simple and inexpensive to stock a FIVE or even TEN years’ supply of
    the natural mineral nutrients – in a corner of your garage or basement,
    etc. You are thus totally freed from worrying about where or how you might
    obtain the proper food for your plants. That, to me, is a real sustainable
    garden?

  • john nunya 2 years ago

    All of your “natural” plants looked poor. Do a comparison between healthy
    soil and Mitt…?

  • Susan Rogers 2 years ago

    Well I guess you beat me to it, LOL I was going to do the Mittleider
    feeding this year to see how well I could make it work for me. I was going
    to mix the soil up a bit and not have just sand and sawdust in one of my
    beds. Looks Great!?

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    *Six days later……My Mittleider Garden is growing like mad and I’m super
    excited at the results of the Mittleider weekly feed!*

    I show you a comparison of the plants in the Mittleider garden vs. the
    plants in the traditional garden. I couldn’t be happier. I think I was
    almost smiling so much that I couldn’t talk to shoot the video! Oh, and
    stick around to the end and look at how the carrots were affected by the
    Mittleider Garden Weekly Feed.

    Mittleider Garden Course –
    http://growfood.com/shop/the-mittleider-gardening-course/

    *My Seed Savers Community On Google+ -*
    https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/105332098393270616988

    I’m also planning on building a greenhouse (my time is limited). Even
    though it may take me a while, I’ll bring you with me every step of the
    way….so look forward to that.

    I hope that my wins and failures will help to shorten your learning curve
    and you venture into your garden and your level of dependency on others
    decreases.

    *Ask me questions, I’d love to help you out in any way!*

    #mittleidergarden #fallgardening ?

  • NWOIS666 2 years ago

    Wow what a big difference!

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Yes it does man. LOL I grew up German Baptist (very similar to Amish) in
    central Indiana…I actually think he was a Mormon possibly? Either way,
    the stuff works! πŸ™‚ Thank You

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Yeah it really is, isn’t it?! I’m really excited about this, probably more
    excited about it than I’ve been all year. I will keep you all updated for
    sure. πŸ™‚ Thank you for watching and commenting! Wayne

  • The Self Sufficient Life 2 years ago

    I’ve been watching this system for long time now. Definitely produces well
    but I do have one problem with it. In helping one to become food
    independent it creates dependency on THEIR fertilizer. Personal opinion….
    Think it is great to use partially but I won’t use it on the entire garden.
    I want to continue to learn how to naturally feed my plants to insure
    independency. I’ve been doing ok so far and next year expect to do much
    better.

  • greg jones 2 years ago

    Can’t wait for the greenhouse!!!!

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    You bet brotha, it’s a sweet way to grow food man. I would venture to say
    that if it’s set up properly, it’s the easiest, quickest, and best way to
    grow food fast and with little knowledge. I’m thinking I will convert to
    this method for all of my outside garden. Get the book, it’s well worth it!

  • Gardening With Puppies 2 years ago

    That was a big difference. I’m looking forward to more updates. Thanks for
    sharing.

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Yes Jay, I think you and I are on the same page for the most part. I need
    to get my food production up fast and this is one quick way to do it. I’m
    also trying to build up the organic matter in the soil though too…”what
    if” something happens, and I need to garden w/no fertilizer…I’ve got that
    one started.

  • The Self Sufficient Life 2 years ago

    Yes, my point exactly. “What if”. I hope to get some of the Mittlieder
    myself for that quicker food production as well. I’m think a 50/50 area.
    I’ve only been studying on soil building and natural fertilizers for about
    1 year. Not a quick process. For me it is about developing a skill to
    increase my independence.

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    I know, right!?!? I’m so amazed by this Mittleider thing, and I’m very
    happy so far. If I can figure out the largest part of the equation (pests)
    then I should have a really amazing harvest! πŸ™‚ Thank You for stopping by
    to watch and for commenting, I really appreciate it! Wayne

  • Lumberman2011 2 years ago

    I will take a look. Sounds like an amish name LOL..JK .. That fall planting
    is cool to have two growing seasons is awesome….Good luck Wayne! I wish I
    had a greenhouse..some day! Take care

  • The Self Sufficient Life 2 years ago

    Agree, your reasoning is exactly why I said I would be willing to use it
    partially and keep learning on the rest.

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    I couldn’t agree with you more Brock! πŸ™‚ I’ve been really amazed at the
    difference in the Mittleider bed vs. the traditional bed…I’m inspired
    right now. Thank you for the compliments on the trellis. I built that from
    scrap wood that I found for free. I think I’m going to rebuild it all when
    I extend the bed and make each of my beds easily convertible into mini
    greenhouses…but we’ll see. Thanks again for watching and commenting, I
    value your interaction! Wayne

  • meanshoes 2 years ago

    I’m always amazed at how fast things will just up and tale off when the’re
    ready to eh. by the way I really like the nice raised beds with the nice
    trellis. Good going brother! Brock

  • bwatters68 2 years ago

    Looks good , glad to see the results , hope it produces well for you , I
    have been way to busy to get a fall garden going , maybe next year. But hey
    my peppers and and other things I planted in pots are still producing ,
    thanks for sharing

  • Steve Sherron 2 years ago

    In case of nuclear disaster, I know who’s house I’m heading towards. Oh
    yea, I’ll be armed.

  • TRprepper 2 years ago

    Man there is a big difference I’m going to look into that. Nice man!

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Thanks Brotha Ed! πŸ™‚ I would have propagated the trimmings if I had the
    space and/or if it was summer but since it’s fall and I’m doing this more
    as an experiment I wanted to keep it simple and I already have loads of
    maters. hehe I will be doing more of that next spring. See the link in the
    description to learn about the Mittleider Gardening Method…I will also
    add more more verbage in the description as well. Thanks for watching and
    commenting! Wayne

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Yeah man, those peppers are resiliant! πŸ™‚ I wish I could have kept mine
    going but I needed the garden space… Thanks for stopping by, watching,
    and commenting! Thanks in advance, Wayne

  • Wayne Meador 2 years ago

    Bring enough guns to share, I need em’! Let’s team up….no man, I’m
    serious! Let me know if you want to get our heads together when it comes to
    being prepared. Thanks for the support brotha, I appreciate it! Wayne

  • Lumberman2011 2 years ago

    Good fall garden!! Congrats.. How about taking your tomatoe trimmings and
    planting them in pots they will grow if you keep the soil wet, Popprepper
    does that and it works great for him… You already have a healthy large
    plant to begin with.a lil hormone powder will ensure of healthy root growth
    andd fast. Good stuff Wayne.. Whats Mittleider?