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This is the second update of my Mittleider gardening method for my winter garden. I am very pleased with the growth and production of the garden. I share a t… All you need to know to grow your own organic food and be sustainable. Jan 3-9th 2011, Sydney, Australia – created at Video Rating: 0 / 5 Related PostsFall Garden Started – 9.7.2013 (Mittleider Gardening Method)Kitchen Garden Tour November 2020 – Winter Vegetable Gardening UKVertical Garden DIY | Vertical Gardening Ideas | Vertical Garden Simple MethodBest Method To Grow Cosmos Plant in Plastic Hanging Bottle ll Vertical Gardening ll No Space GardenKIDDIE POOL VEGETABLE GARDEN – Week 1: Site Setup & Soil Preparation | Container Gardening | DIYTerrace Gardening // best winter vegetables grow in containers (In Hindi) / Village Roof garden

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  • ironequalizer 5 years ago

    How do you sprinkle the weekly feed in the box when the plants are so
    large, such as the cabbage and broccoli? Thank you.?

  • David Ellis 5 years ago

    You must be very please with the winter veg that your seeing materialise,
    well done?

  • Garden Sheds Devon 5 years ago

    As my over-all impression, your presentation is perfectly nice. You did a
    healthy garden. Thanks for sharing your brilliant gardening methods and
    advices. I really learned a lot from it!?

  • mmmooretx 5 years ago

    With all of the rain we have gotten my back yard very gooey because of our
    gumbo soil. I have 4 of my 8 4X12 beds to turn & pre-plant fertilize, and
    one of my 2X10 also. It would be nice to have both Sat. & Sun. rain free,
    but I think this Sun. is 70% chance of rain. Setups are going much slower
    than I wanted due to our rain….

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    I share it with neighbors, friends and family.

  • christschool 5 years ago

    I’ve been gardening for years and you put this whole garden together in
    very short order and it looks fantastic.

  • rockhillgardenpa 5 years ago

    Put dryer sheets by your beds. Mice hate them! Also wondering if you
    entertained before transforming your backyard, how you do it now? Do you
    miss having a conventional “backyard”? You’re giving me the itch to get
    out and garden but it’s in the 20’s at night here! Brrrrrrr.

  • john galt 5 years ago

    im sorta doing that :).. you work is very inspiring..

  • julzbo 5 years ago

    Thanks for the informative vids! How you preserve the extra bok choy?

  • Darlene Wallace 5 years ago

    What do you do when you have more than enough food to feed your family? Do
    you freeze and pressure can it? Thanks!

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    You are right. If I did I would probably try sprinkling food grade
    diatomaceous earth on the ground around my plants.

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    Thank you. My hope is that I put out valuable information at no cost to
    everyone in the world how has access to YouTube. I do know people who have
    saved my videos onto DVDs and put them in their prepping library.

  • getmeoutofthecity 5 years ago

    wow, your backyard has made a great transformation since i started watching
    your vids when you talked about keeping birds out of the blueberries and
    your bee setup. you should be proud of what you accomplished. i hope to
    have my backyard plan up and running this spring. thanks for sharing.

  • MrCITYBOI01 5 years ago

    What did you do about the mice?

  • bad hat 5 years ago

    Looks a lot like the raised beds in Mel Bartholomew

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    I couldn’t either. They don’t sell it in Texas. I use 13-13-13. The results
    speak for themselves. See if you have that where you live. If you do use it
    just like you would if you had 16-16-16.

  • 1994abbygirl 5 years ago

    Do you have a video on the weekly feed.. I was looking but didn’t see one!
    We have planted several things and I am excited about this Mettleider
    method… my beds are 3 feet wide, I thought they were 4 but they are 3.. I
    am bugged about all the wasted space inbetween though! Thanks for all your

  • katiatomsk 5 years ago

    Wow, it looks great. I am glad to see it all doing so well.

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    I use three organic pesticides. Food grade diatomaceous earth, BT and Neem
    oil depending on the problem.

  • christschool 5 years ago

    Man, you have one busy garden. How do you find the time to do all this?

  • Willow Acres 5 years ago

    I see you don’t battle slugs, you are lucky!

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    It was suggested to me to mix 50/50 rolled oats and dry wall powder and put
    it in a dish for them to eat. It was also suggested to me to use a small
    bowl or lid with peanut on the rim and anti-freeze in the container. I
    would think both would work.

  • SandyzSerious 5 years ago

    What do you use for bugs? Also I love the way you made complete use of your

  • LDSPrepper 5 years ago

    I don’t think so. I think it is pretty normal. But since I am in the garden
    and have sweet greens for them to eat I see their impact more than others.

  • davjan4 5 years ago

    I’m ready to plant seeds, but an’t find the 16-16-16 anywhere to add to the
    micro mix…