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It is simple for you, and anyone else, to have a healthy, productive, beautiful garden and for visitors to routinely say, “Wow, what an amazing garden!” We get that a lot at our garden. I’m not bragging because all we do is follow the Mittleider gardening method outlined in the Mittleider gardening course book. Thousands of other Mittleider gardeners do the same and get the same results. So can you. Take a look at our easy to maintain, weed free, highly productive garden and follow the step-by-step process to get the same results in your garden. Your success is guaranteed. RESOURCES: – Farm & Ranch Article: – Mittleider Gardening Method Video Playlist: – Mittleider Facebook Group: – Mittleider Gardening Course Book: – Natural Mineral Fertilizers: – Mittleider Gardening Library: Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening on the Cheap: Garden Area PreparationGARDENING ON THE CHEAP: Transplanting Seedlings“Build a Hydroponic Herb Garden for Cheap!” by Epic GardeningHow to Make Drip Irrigation | Plant Watering System | Cheap Garden Ideas | Muft Ka IdeaRaised Beds – Cheap vegetable gardening beds – Permaculture Design – Huglekultur Vegetable gardenDiy Garden Decor – 35 Cheap and Easy ideas

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  • Steven Dragoo 1 year ago

    how do you weed the pumpkin patch?

  • Chris Morrissey 1 year ago

    all I use is organic waste from this earth and some bone-blood meal with a little Epsom if needed. never spend a cent on fertilizer but those…so say 30$ most a yr.

  • Chris Morrissey 1 year ago

    the corn looks great but………. the moment you stated that you planted different kinds I thought, oh no, you gotta watch the cross pollination cause I hear that corn is bad for doing just that. I may be wrong but that's what I seem to read in a lot of garden books. could you give an update of the final outcome or let us know?.thanks and GOD BLESS man and the dirt under our feet.

  • Danny Rosenberg 1 year ago

    The back to eden method is better. easier to manage and better water use.

  • Dave Meeks 1 year ago

    for your traps try a little peanut butter on a regular cracker. they can't resist

  • Oregano Odyssio 1 year ago

    :20 – no amendments, no nothing
    2:00 we feed it middleiter fertilizer mix weekly

  • Belinda Lopez 1 year ago

    love your garden ! I'm a Texas girl in an Indiana world who loves gardening wish I counld do it all year long . Happy gardening to you and your wife .

  • whatsthedealoneill1 1 year ago

    I don't understand how you went from Permaculture, Ie. "back to Eden Gardening" otherwise called Lasagna gardening, to this "Mittleider gardening" it seems the opposite of building the "soil food web"? Why would you make that kind of change? Isn't it a lot more unsustainable? Have you done testing to see what soil life is going on in your garden? Or are you just looking at the results of the vegetables as the 'whole picture'?
    I am confused. How can you make these additives in the future when they can't be delivered to your door?

  • Natasha 1 year ago

    BEAUTIFUL! Great job! :D

  • Louisa Capell 1 year ago

    so….i was initially amazed. really looking into this and watching all the videos and everything.
    But once I really read about it…I realized this is just hydroponic gardening! except with a WHOLE lot more work!
    and the work and expense just cycles around every single season. you have to start from catch every single year. you never gain anything . and if you miss a week of the watering then your garden dies because you've taken away the only thing keeping it alive!
    you HAVE to have raised beds and a watering system. your beds have to ne completely level or the fertilizer water will run to one side and the plant will die.
    why do all that? to make mittleider rich?
    you've got th o buy all the special courses and books wich ad up to hundreds of dollars. then the magic fertilizer mix you have to use and keep buying and buying.
    why not just much?
    stick seeds in thr ground with a half decent compost and mulch on top.
    food will volunteer to grow next season without planting.
    you hardly have to water. you dont need to buy anything.

  • tamika rose 1 year ago

    hi!! i was wondering how big are your bed because im doing a raised beds and got lots of sand their! were i had some land cleared it abought 50 by 50 or 60 feet and was wondering how much sawdust would i need to get for the beds! im hoping to get 12 or 15 beds in if i have the room! and were can i get the fertaliser u use??? im in canada ! (labrador) thanks!!

  • mike parker 1 year ago

    Very nice… How close did you plant your raspberry bushes?

  • coffeebuzzz 1 year ago

    Don't want to dependant on other farmers for your food, but happy to be dependant on the largest corporations on earth to grow your own?
    What are you prepping for? If shit did hit the fan, what do you think your chances of getting hold of petrochemical fertilisers are?
    As a "prepper", surely it would be wise to aim for sustainability instead of the instant gratification of a highly watered, essentially hydroponic garden dependant on chemical fertilisers, would it not?
    A good organic matter based soil and garden take a fews years to get going well if you're starting from really poor soil, but it costs a lot less in water, money and labour in mid-long term.
    You seem to have a religious fanaticism for this mittleider guy. Sure, to him all those years ago this seemed like the way to go, and on first impressions chem fertilising has very impressive results, but now we have the benefit of hindsight and science.
    Even old farmers, who are the most stubborn bastards in the world, are realising its not the way to go. It costs a fortune nowadays for fertilisers and the cost is only growing and the soil health is rapidly declining.
    This seems to be the direct opposite of a resilient and sustainable method of food production.

  • Ben Carver 1 year ago

    A dependency cycle for outside fertility sources is a result of ignoring the soil. You can acquire many mulch sources for free and by laying them on the ground and waiting the soil biology will be safe from UV and evaporation and will naturally convert inorganic soil minerals to plant-available nutrients. Mittleider stuff misses the big picture stuff entirely. Look into permaculture, Charles Dowding, Ruth Stout, Masanobu Fukuoka, Emilia Hazelip, Sepp Holtzer, Geoff Lawton. You have a long ways to go. Where you going to buy the shit you need for this method if things collapse entirely? Dependency is weakness, not preparation

  • Himself Lee 1 year ago

    What variety of raspberries are those. The canes look nice and sturdy.

  • Andrew Janes 1 year ago

    adding compost and making good soil once would probably be much easier and cheaper

  • Christine Davis 1 year ago

    About how much money does it take to start this type of gardening!

  • Peyton Dedloff 1 year ago

    Who saw the poo-pourri add before watching this add?

  • George Gibson 1 year ago

    Impressive results you are getting on poor soil.
    Just wondering didn't you use the preplant and weekly feed mix on the raspberries right from the start of their planting ?

  • Scott Somerville 1 year ago

    very impressed not one weed lol, well done guys!