Added by on 2016-05-07

In this video I show you how our Mittleider bed is doing with 2 different soils. On one side we had 75% sawdust and 25% sand, and on the other side is organic garden soil. It doesn’t matter what you grow in, so start your own garden today with the soil you have. Please check out my other channel, where I talk about health related stuff: Check out my previous videos on how I built this grow bed: and how to build a trellis system for vertical growing: Resources: -You can buy the Mittleider course book at: -Micro-Nutrient Mix: – baler twine Watering wand 4 zone water timer Single zone water timer My Website: Social Media: Like us on Face Book: Join our Face book group:… Twitter: Instagram: Other Mittleider You tubers you may be interested in: Video Rating: / 5 A segment of Growing Spaces’ 2010 gardening course, Gardening & Beyond, explained by Udgar Parsons, creator of the Growing Dome® greenhouse Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsMittleider Gardening: Tomato Soil Comparison UpdateMittleider Gardening Method: Seed Start Comparison Updateउल्टी बोतल में लगाए टमाटर का पौधा – l Vertical gardening l How To Grow Tomato Plant In Bottle UpdateAugust 29th Garden Harvest Update Melon Pepper Tomato Container Vegetable Gardening How to GrowContainer Garden Harvest Update June 6th Lettuce Tomato Kale Vegetable Gardening Raised BedContainer Garden Update #1 Vegetable Gardening Raised Bed Square Foot Tomato Plants

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  • EvilGizmo Reads! 4 years ago

    I really like how you guys trellised those up, we've used tomato cages before and I wasn't a huge fan of them

  • btcdavis 4 years ago

    New watcher here. Do you think soil is the way to go? Hybrid solution?

  • Debbie Doud 4 years ago

    You can root a sucker to get another plant.

  • Jessica Cheyenne 4 years ago

    Yay Melissa! I was wondering where you'd been 🙂 I hope all is well!

  • D. West Davies 4 years ago

    I like the idea of planting your seeds during the transition periods.

  • Udgar Parsons 4 years ago

    Stay tuned for additional segments of 2010's Gardening & Beyond course!