Added by on 2019-09-25

The Backyard Food Forest Garden is still producing a lot of 100% Organic Food. Using a no dig method and applying mulch allows us to work with nature and grow fruits and vegetables without using harmful practices. Like Bill Mollison says, “If you want organic food, you have to grow organic food.” Video Rating: / 5 Related Posts100% Organic Garden Harvest | Backyard Permaculture GardeningEmulate a Permaculture Food Forest In Your Vegetable GardenForest GardeningSmall Space Permaculture Food Forest Garden on 1/4 Acre Home LotPermaculture Food Forest School Garden teach kids about Real FoodA Master Gardener’s Legacy | Son Carries On Dad’s Garden | Decades Old Backyard Food Forest!

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  • The Gardening Channel With James Prigioni 7 months ago

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  • baje boy 7 months ago

    ive never had a dog that eat veggies lol

  • Robert Hofmann 7 months ago

    I share your passion and love your enthusiasm!

  • Gracie Delas Alas 7 months ago

    Love your vids. Very encouraging. I have planted tomato lets see wherw it will take ms.

  • Joli Garcon 7 months ago

    James, I have been watching your videos since cancer diagnosis October 2016. Once I got on the other side of an 18 month treatment plan I had six 4×6 raised beds built. The guy that built them put dirt mixed with the original clay in the boxes. I had a horrible harvest. I did not use any type of fertilizer or chemicals. I picked off hornworms from tomato plants and lost squash plants to squash bore. My limas grew but never filled out with plump beans before drying on plants. I planted 20 fruit trees behind the fenced in raised bed area. Then got 2 dump truck loads of hardwood mulch from my neighbors tree removal job on March. My yard guy had his brothers spread the mulch in the tree area. About 8 inches thick. I saved some in an area so it could break down and be used in the garden area later. Questions. Is there such a thing as dead spoil and I need to remove this soil and start over? Or, is there some kind of natural additives I can mix in with the soil. I still have a foot of room in the box that were built 18" high. When I was young I grew up with a huge Garden that my mother would tell up with a tiller and she could grow anything and this Garden fed our family of seven and she even had plenty to can to last through the winter. Can you give me some ideas of what I am doing wrong I am trying to do organic and either things are just not growing or the hornworms and squash bores are getting it. I want to do whatever it takes over the course of the winter and spring in order to have a nice Garden next year. The local County Extension Office suggested I go to Home Depot and buy new dirt in bags. A combination of too soil, black core manure, peat moss. My mom never used store bought soil. We had a plot next to the house and just filled and planted. Do I improve/amend the soil, it so with what? Or, remove the soil and start over, if so with what? And then next year plant and put a layer of mulch on top of soil? Thank you.

  • Ý Đoàn 7 months ago

    It would be great if you speak a little bit slowly

  • Kathy Ostman-Magnusen 7 months ago

    I’m going to see if our little doggie likes cucumber like Tuck too!

  • Daylyn Ahmed 7 months ago

    Good job it is more blessings

  • Natasha Nagy 7 months ago

    The harvests, the Tuck, heaven on earth!

  • peachbyko 7 months ago

    Tuckyyyyyy ❤️❤️❤️

  • Steve Wilcox 7 months ago

    Dragon beans tuck approved lol

  • Mandy 7 months ago

    We were all set to do this this year & the tree surgeons never turned up with the chips ☹️ one day …

  • Lisa Rodrigues 7 months ago

    Tuck is such a healthy boy!!♥️♥️

  • Heather Esquivel 7 months ago

    Can you cut open on camera one of the tomatoes that's split on top? It's really common for them to split but people think they're no good and completely rotten inside. It would be nice to see how nice they really are inside and how usable they still are.

  • Dean Ervik 7 months ago

    Dude, have you covered how you deal with pests like insects etc?

  • DianaD Herrera 7 months ago

    You have a nice garden and all, but I'm here for Tuck. He's so freaking adorable!!