This is a 4 week online course from MyGardenSchool. If you would like to enroll or get further information please see http://www.my-garden-school.com/course/advanced-vegetable-growing-self-sufficiency-homesteading/ Once you’ve got the veg-growing bug, you’ll itch to grow more and more. You want the superb flavours and just-picked, no-chemicals freshness of home-grown for everything, from your breakfast fruit to your kids’ tea, all year round. This is the online vegetable growing course that shows you how to do just that. I’ve been feeding my family from my veg garden for nearly 20 years, piling our plates high with floury potatoes, richly-flavoured greens and crisp salads from January to December. In this course I’ll pass on my first-hand experience of self-sufficiency to you, along with tips to help you take your veg growing to the next level. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBest Wind & Sun Protection in NO TILL Homesteading Vegetable Gardening for beginners 101True NO TILL Homesteading Organic Vegetable Gardening with mulch for beginners 101. Pt 6GGC – 58 – Homesteading: Constructing Our Hugelkultur Vegetable GardenMake free DIY self watering grow bag for vegetable gardening Larry Hall inspired.Front Yard Self Watering Vegetable Garden & Fruit TreesVegetable Gardening for Beginners – 7 Tips You Must Know
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