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Subscribe Now: Watch More: Compost leaves and organic matter are a very important part of any vegetable garden for a couple of interesting reasons. Find out how to compost leaves and organic matter with help from the owner of Healing Grounds Nursery in this free video clip. Expert: Oscar Carmona Filmmaker: Alfredo Rodriguez Series Description: Vegetable gardening involves a lot more than just planting seeds and watching them grow. Find out everything you’ll need for your vegetable garden with help from the owner of Healing Grounds Nursery in this free video series. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBuild Good Soil for Gardening : Benefits of Organic Matter in SoilHow to Use Straw to Cover a Vegetable Garden : Vegetable GardeningPreparing Vegetable Garden Bed with Compost & AmendmentsHow to Successfully Grow Potatoes – Organic Vegetable GardeningTrue NO TILL Organic Vegetable Gardening with mulch for beginners 101. Pt 7Raised Bed Organic Vegetable Gardening Planting With Deep Soil: Summer Gardens

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  • J Waters 6 months ago

    In your situation you are doing good.
    I have a system that works good for me.
    What I have is a bunch of barrels 55 gal cut the top and bottom off.
    Then I put bio matral about 1 foot then 2 inches of good top soil.
    Then repeat until full then top off with 2 inches of top soil.
    Seal around base of barrel with soil to keep mice out.
    Keep top sealed with soil, water once a week.
    As it srinks ad more bio and soil.
    Remove barrel each month put dry on bottem wet on top.
    2 months compost ready to use.
    Clean up garden in to barrels in fall use in garden in spring.

  • Aztec Warrior 6 months ago

    w w w . utahcompost . o r g

  • Smitty 6 months ago

    Thanks for the info Im going to get the raised bed I started (but haven't finished) finished the pot thing is not doing so well in the heat ,again thanks for the vids and wisdom in gardening my new strategy will be pots in spring and the raised bed deal in the summer cool