Added by on 2016-06-07

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you how you can double your yields in your garden by using wood chips and rock dust. In this video John visits the Amazing Permaculture Garden http://youtu.be/GXEcjWE_Xjs to share with you exactly how they are growing super-sized vegetables. After watching this video you will know how you can start super sizing your vegetables today. Video Rating: / 5 Scorching heat and persistent drought conditions can be a major challenge for your garden. Learn how to build your very own drought tolerant vegetable garden with less water and maintenance! Visit our keyhole gardens at the TecH2O Water Resources Learning Center at 10751 Montana Ave. El Paso, TX 79935 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGrow Larger Vegetables with Rock Dust – Benefits and How to ApplyEpic Garden in Arizona Using 100% Wood Chips – Wow!Vegetables grown in potsWhy Local Vegetables Deserve The Investment Put ForthHow I Prepare My Vegetable Garden Beds Using Wood ChipGarden tips – Wood Ash 101

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20 Comments

  • Yvonne Negrete 1 year ago

    I can't wait till I get my garden started. thanks for the tips

  • waldoman7 1 year ago

    rock dust…so that explains why my one zuchini plant is way bigger than the others. i was running out of my usual soil mix and mixed in a box of rocky and rock dusty clay that i happened to have on hand.

  • Plant Adventure 1 year ago

    What kind of wood chips?

  • frans verhaag 1 year ago

    rockdust , make the cell's harder / plant will be stronger /
    you can add it with roses , they will do it so much better / leave's will be stronger . insect's don't like harder leave's /
    thats why the apeeltree is doing so much better .

  • La Monica Hicks 1 year ago

    Can you use rock dust aquaponically or aeroponically

  • coffeatt arabicaut 1 year ago

    john speak louder- we cannot hear you- the abrasiveness of your voice is wonderfull!

  • Rusty Shackleford 1 year ago

    lol hes so high

  • MJ B 1 year ago

    i'm kinda confused. i was always told that fresh wood chips (as mulch) robs your soil of nitrogen — that i uses it to break down the material, instead of feeding the plants.

  • Lumbricus Terrestris 1 year ago

    Rabbit heaven.

  • matanuska high 1 year ago

    what about worms..they would help speed up the breakdown process

  • William Lindsay 1 year ago

    I have 1 year old orchard how would you add azomite to it water pell mix? or pull mulch away and spread the azomite push mulch back over it?

  • Reginald Roberts 1 year ago

    I have wood chips and have started to cover my back yard. How much to use in an area? Is there a such thing as adding too many chips?

  • Michel Cernev 1 year ago

    Thank you John for that great video …I've learned a lot just by watching and listening to your amazing tips just like this one using wooden cheeps ..You are a true champion and inspiration to me

  • william thompson 1 year ago

    hey john what kind of mushroom did that use at this site to enoculate the wood chips i heard to king safari mushroomsight work thank you an leep the good work flowing my friend

  • Matt Furlong 1 year ago

    How do you add rock dust to the soil after you start using wood chips? Lay on top and water in?

  • J.R. Trevino 1 year ago

    It's funny to see MiracleGro commercials on these videos.

  • Rhiannon Sam 1 year ago

    I love your videos! Organic growing here in South Florida!

  • vaping bros (THE VAPE GURUS) 1 year ago

    WOULD THIS WORK WITH CANNABIS? JUST ASKING THERE HAS TO BE THAT ONE POT HEAD IN THE COMMENT SECTION

  • Brian 1 year ago

    She mentions at one point that she added compost but it was too expensive. How did she incorporate the compost that they used into the wood chips?

  • Petals on the Paving Slabs 1 year ago

    looks great, thank you