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  • Sebastian Tinajero

    Great video what's the name of this exact trail me and my girlfriend visited clear creek but only got to see the camping grounds area now we want to hike and see this area just don't know where to start!?

  • Bryan Sipe

    Hello! A friend and I are doing this same trail. What permits did you need to do the trail? whether its for your car or just doing the trail.

  • J. Verheulst

    Mulch or burry your black irrigation tubing.
    Plants don't like to be watered with scorching hot water else they would be called boiled eggs.
    Even better (ajso for John from GYG) use clay olla's with clay lids.
    Fat belly Olla's in the midle row of each bed and slender and longer Olla's around the sides.
    Drill 2 holes in each clay olla lid.
    1 for the incomming (small) irrigation line and the 2nd for a small piece of irrigation tubing for overflow and air out.
    Fixate the tubings to the lid with candle or bees wax.
    Cover the tubing and lids with soil or mulch.
    If you you mix your whole yard (it'll raise the level of your yard) 60% inocculated/fungal&compost dominated biochar…you'll only need to watter twice a year…even in your desert area. Buried Olla's and Biochar are the secret to 'lazy' (smart) gardening in a desert area.?

  • Margaret Rosin

    I was wondering how often you water your beds? You mentioned in another video that you only water your trees about every. 2-3 weeks. I use wood chips 8 inches deep and mulch my beds as well here in the desert of Vegas, and feel I've been way over- watering and washing the nutrients away. I'd appreciate some advice. Thank you, Jake : )?

  • Posting Foryou

    I noticed you made coment about radiccio, I dont think its spicy so much as bitter and thats not a bad thing its just a quality and its best early in the year when you dont have very many other things distracting your attention and appetite, just call it a sour billy and its not so bad, its just nutrition that doesnt taste so bad if your a greens guy. I live in SF bay area so December and january

  • Mike Thomas

    we love your videos and are also big fans of "JOHN KHOLER" at grow your own greens. but you've mentioned having chickens in the backyard.
    what do you do with the eggs? thanks in advance for the reply and Keep Rockin' the Veg in the Valley !!

  • omar guerrero

    i started my spring planting in southern california as well. i also just planted a macadamia nut tree, fingers crossed it makes it. ?

  • Mumbai Balcony Gardener | Avid Life Observer

    Hi. I have seen a few documentaries on the no till method and I totally understand why one shouldn't till . Would you do the same if you were growing in containers instead of raised beds? Thanks.

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