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I’m so excited to release this video to celebrate the launch of my book Grow Food for Free which is out now! Get your copy here: | This video features 17 garden hacks that work so well and I use all the time. Garden hacks are all about saving time and effort 🙂 Woodchip paths can be found in more detail in this video: Instagram: @huws_nursery Facebook: Seed sponsor: Tool sponsor: Main Camera: Second Camera: Laptop: Drone: Microphone: Second Microphone: Tripod: HuwsNursery is a channel which dedicates itself to teaching you how to grow an abundance of food at your home. Videos are uploaded every week and cover a vast range of subjects including; soil health, sowing, transplanting, weeding, organic tips, permaculture, pest control, harvesting and low maintenance growing to name a few. Subscribe here: Become a Patreon and help HuwsNursery GROW! With thanks to the support of my top tier patreons; William Shidal, Ben Porcher, Namaste Foundation, Valeria Letelier and Mike Moore Related Posts17 MORE Brilliant FREE Vegetable Gardening Hacks | Productive and Easy Garden Hacks7 Gardening Hacks with Plastic Bottles – Simple, Free and Effective!World’s largest indoor vertical farm uses 95 percent less water and produces more foodVegetable Gardening: Remarkable Hacks for Growing Vegetables at Home10 Vegetable Garden Hacks to GROW Your Productivity in 2020! (Lesser-known Tips)10 Vegetable Garden Hacks to GROW Your Productivity in 2020! (Lesser-known Tips)

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  • Barbara Ness 2 months ago

    3:39 Just FYI- There is a tool you can buy that helps tear apart pallets.

  • Krisztina B. 2 months ago

    Thanks |Huw, great advises! Much gratitude & I wish you the best.

  • Ashlyn Wanderer 2 months ago

    thanks for the hacks! your book looks beautiful.

  • ukulele lolo 2 months ago

    I planted Nasturtiums and Marigolds around my produce and had no more worm problems eating my squash.

  • Nichole Piper 2 months ago

    Great video! Do you have any pointers for growing potatoes easily. And is there a way to use something like a lattice to tie up tomato plants instead of using cages?

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  • Kasia Ż. 2 months ago

    Thanks for sharing your knowledge, these are some really cool tricks!

  • Erin Bragg Sr 2 months ago

    My garden likes when I shit and piss in it

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  • Quirkocalypse 2 months ago

    Usually when you see a garden tips/hacks video they disappoint. Not so this one – there's some great tips here.

  • Renee K 2 months ago

    Thank you so much for all the hacks! Just what I was looking for. Thornbush cuttings are great idea for the slugs. Recycling plastic containers for labels, awesome. Blessings.

  • Duncan Ross 2 months ago

    To add on to the point at 3:40 about heat-treated pallets. Also thing about what the pallet has been used for. Many pallets get used for a wide variety of particularly unpleasant things. The last thing you want to be doing is seeing "heat treated" and thinking it's okay, but in reality it sat in a bunch of toxic chemical spill for 6 months at one point!

  • Giulia Penzo 2 months ago

    I think I am in love with you now!

  • Rudra Mishra 2 months ago

    I am living in Adelaide, Australia. Where I can order this book. I saw your video. And like it very much and immediately I subscribed your program. Thanks

  • KimberlyAnn 2 months ago

    Great suggestions and I will check out your book. Are you Welsh? I have family in Caerphilly and your accent reminds me of them 🙂 I visited a few years ago, absolutely lovely country!

  • Whistle Thicket 2 months ago

    Checked out your channel and subbed thanks to Liz Zorab!

  • WritersOnTheWall 2 months ago

    everyone says woodchip termite danger is minimal, i had handfuls of termites in my potato bed 8ft from my house, I'm sure most people are safe but this did happen to me, having my house checked for termites for a year was not cheap

  • ana bee 2 months ago

    Does your book explain how to make a monthly planting plan?