This movie by Peter Kearney of www.cityfoodgrowers.com.au, explains simple steps in turning your lawn into a productive food garden, growing vegetables and fruits. Why not feed your body from the lawn instead of your mower?
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How to turn your lawn into a vegetable garden

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  • Lisa Towner
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    Hi Peter I think just spading deep squares on at a time and them flipping over works quite well? and the grass just dies because there's no light? Thanks Lisa

  • MORNING GARDENER'S SHOW.
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    You do a very good job, I get my garden slightly different I just laid woodchips 6 inches deep on top. Let the grasses died use organic fertilizer for the first two years stop the organic fertilizer. Now I need nothing but just the woodchips I also use nothing but rainwater stored in rain barrels.come check it out sometime if you have to thank you

  • Peter Kearney
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    Thanks for your thoughts and we have got ourselves a tripod so all most recent films and those in future will not have the shaky problem

  • RDLONG30
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    I enjoy the good info and your delivery , I have watched a few of your videos , but the camera constantly shaking,( not good) takes all the goodness right out.
    I have subscribed and will watch future videos ONLY if the filming is steady

  • Sheds Direct
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    Converting your lawn into a vegetable garden is really a good decision instead. Otherwise, these ideas are worth rewarding which every member of household will truly enjoy it's healthful benefits. Glad to know some techniques from you. 

  • Kevin S.
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    rather than digging up the lawn, can i just cover it with sheets of cardboard and put straw or such on top of that and then leave it for maybe a year? i cannot do any real physical labor 🙁

    this will be my 1st attempt at growing anything. thanks!

  • CelticSouthland
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    This year I moved onto a new property and turned a useless hillside that was full of trash and weeds, into a vegetable garden.

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