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raised bed vegetable gardening DIY instruction for making cheap and simple raised beds for your garden. These don’t rot or leach chemicals into the soil like treated lumber does. No carpentry experience needed and easily done by yourself. Recycling plastic drums. Royalty free audio files provided by Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsSimple Small raised bed vegetable garden design ideasRaised Beds – Cheap vegetable gardening beds – Permaculture Design – Huglekultur Vegetable gardenRaised Bed Gardening – How To Start A Raised Bed Vegetable GardenVertical Gardening Ideas, Green WallsContainer Garden July Update & Harvest Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed How to Plant Grow SeedGarden Update May 12, Raised Bed Square foot Vegetable Gardening Healthy Raw Food

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  • Salmon Hunter 1 year ago

    How did the potatoes due with the hill with the barrels? I thought it was to much work for little results.

  • Studio 96315 1 year ago

    Thank you for sharing these wonderful ideas so we can be better humans….recycling and growing our own food. From Alberta Canada.

  • AllThings Health 1 year ago

    Thanks for the amazing content. Love to see people exploring how to better themselves .

  • P Hiser 1 year ago

    do  you know about using pine  tree  parts, acorns,  other edibles, and blackberry leaves for tea and  things that you can show  us?

  • zac030101 1 year ago

    cedar boxes?

  • PhattDawg Trapping 1 year ago

    when do you sleep ?

  • goose2die4 1 year ago

    You say you don't like the blue, Well a friend of mine over in the Albany area
    uses 5 gal. pals to grow his tomato plants and paints the white buckets black
    so the sun atracts heat and make the plants grow quicker.

  • Linda Bohm 1 year ago

    Just watched the raised beds series great I may try that when the bad weather is over. In the spring , saw a comment you made below if I may ask are you alright? You said you had chickens but sold them off, because you didn't know what the future holds, for you. I certainley hope you have a very long life and keep making your wonderful vids, you reach so many people across the nation and then some, hope all is well with you will keep you inmy prayers

  • jksatte 1 year ago

    I wondered if you gardened or had any animals. I would love to see more on that if you have time. Another great idea. Thanks! God Bless!!   Janice

  • Moby Dave 1 year ago

    Great videos.   subbing.

  • rmojo23 1 year ago

    How do you keep the deer from eating your plants?

  • craig wallace 1 year ago

    Great video. I love all the stuff I've seen of yours. One question, who is the videographer?

  • Short-N Stubby 1 year ago

    Love the barrel idea. I have 20 barrels that i'm going to be using this year. I was planning on going all raised beds this year but I think that the barrel idea will work out well for me. Thanks

  • Rob Baker 1 year ago

    Great video.. where in upstate NY are you?  I'm in the center part of the state…. Plymouth, NY .. we have 62 acres.. hope to start on a cabin in the woods about the size of yours this spring!! Can't wait. 

  • thebossoftheswamp 1 year ago

    They turned out ok but not a really high yield. This spring I had some taters in the house that were rotting so I planted them in the barrel and got about 8 pounds of new taters from them. I can't complain I guess. 

  • bill walton 1 year ago

    how did the potatos turn out? thanks, Bill

  • thebossoftheswamp 1 year ago

    Glad you enjoy them. Always more coming. Thanks for the comment.

  • nicole n 1 year ago

    Excellent idea!! You're one smart creative man, Boss. I love these videos.

  • thebossoftheswamp 1 year ago

    I simply cut around the barrel with a skilsaw. Moat barrels already has marks in the spots where I want to cut. It's very easy.

  • Jan Beckham 1 year ago

    Love the idea of the barrels, what works the best to cut them with??