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  • Ming Song 1 week ago

    Do u worry about dog poop on veggies?

  • Try wearing less clothes in the winter time in Canada and see what’s happened’s! Lol

  • Rick X 1 week ago

    Awesome idea… also Jamba Juice and any other juicing places…. DO you think using coffee grounds from Starbucks is good for gardens?

  • Paul Molter 1 week ago

    do you eat the eggs from the chickens?

  • JoeyJoJo Shabadoo 1 week ago

    How do you know if the original stalks are GMO free?

  • North to Gladwin 1 week ago

    All vegans say they are vegans…… why?

  • bob saget 1 week ago

    your a cool ass dude. thanks for the great info

  • jirano khun 1 week ago

    very handsome from bangkok

  • Human 1 week ago

    what do you do with the chicken eggs?

  • Caroline Trevis 1 week ago

    Some people don't get sun in winter… It's called snow

  • Holly Ostrokrzew 1 week ago

    silkies….. @~@

  • Rahul Vijayaragavan 1 week ago

    that's not free food. you work to get that ☺️

  • IAMGiftbearer 1 week ago

    This is great that your cuttings were so successful! I had not known about the rock dust you used. Will have to give that a try with some of my seedlings before they're big enough to put in a hydroponic bucket. I have Redina Lettuce and Goliath spinach,, lemon, and tomatoe seedlings sprouting in some peat pellets right now by the window.

    3 more avocado pits finally sprouted a main root after two others started off with pretty good growth but ended up not making it due to root knot nematodes. Crossing my fingers these pits will be disease-free, as I would love to have a few avocado trees bear fruit for me in just a year or so!

    I tried one celery bottom several months ago to get it to root in a plate with some water, waited several weeks, but didn't get roots as some people have. I wonder if some of the food companies put root inhibitor on their celery or if I just had a dud. I'm going to try it from seed also.

    I agree! Restaurants and others throw away alot of usable stuff that could be used to generate more produce. I believe that growing in the home and all sorts of community gardens could be the answer to hunger, at least in this country. I think this is what food pantries should be doing instead of feeding processed and canned foods.

  • Laurie T 1 week ago

    you should cut your hair like this again!!!!! you look so young!!!!! i'm totally going to call our local juice place tomorrow to see what they do with their scraps!

  • RichardandJudy Jacobs 1 week ago

    Fabulous channel!!! Thank you for sharing your journey!

  • jennifer wilson 1 week ago

    Do you dogs distroyed any of your plant?

  • Jim Skorupa 1 week ago

    I live in Chicago area. Can I plant a Moringa tree here and will it survive the winter?

  • Dave Stokes 1 week ago

    17th was my birthday, glad you had a good day dude

  • Tho Nguyen 1 week ago

    ah~~ ur garden is big. so, why dont u have soms bees :3