Added by on 2019-09-24

This video shows what happens when you bury kitchen scraps or waste like bones and meat such as fish in the vegetable garden. Support me on Patreon: Help support the Channel and buy a T-shirt/Merchandise from our Spreadshirt shop: Shop on Amazon for compost tumblers: Shop for Tumbler composters on eBay Australia: Blog: (use the search bar on my website to find info on certain subjects or gardening ideas) Forum: Facebook:… Twitter: Subscribe to my channel: Self Sufficient Me is based on our small 3-acre property/homestead in SE Queensland Australia about 45kms north of Brisbane – the climate is subtropical (similar to Florida). I started Self Sufficient Me in 2011 as a blog website project where I document and write about backyard food growing, self-sufficiency, and urban farming in general. I love sharing my foodie and DIY adventures online so come along with me and let’s get into it! Cheers, Mark 🙂 Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsBury An Egg In Your Garden Soil, What Happens Few Days Later Will Surprise YouHow-to Grow a Vegetable Garden from Kitchen ScrapsRecycle Compost Scraps in Your Vegetable Garden Plants, No Turn No WorkWhat Happened to This Grow Wall? | Vertical Vegetable GardenWatch This BEFORE Buying Garden Soil for Vegetable PatchThis TOUGH Tasty Plant is a MUST for the Home Vegetable Garden

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  • blackbluntdogg 10 months ago

    How do I get rid of a dead human body?..

  • Lisa S 10 months ago

    We did this for a while. It attracted opossums (which was cute to see them munching on the leftovers) and we ended up with A LOT of volunteer cherry tomato plants the next year lol.

  • Marjan Shokouhi 10 months ago

    I wonder if it's possible to dump kitchen scraps in a pot (no plants, only soil). Would it still break down?

  • Heidi A. Thomson Life Coach 10 months ago

    Awww the poor pigeon probably flew into something, like a window. If that's the case, putting special tape on windows can help.
    How to stop birds from flying into glass windows:

  • Jim Bigboystoys 10 months ago

    When I was a young kid, I used to do a lot of fishing at the local creek near my house. My grandfather used to tell me, "don't throw them fish back… Bring them home" He used to dice them up, and till them right into the garden. How much of a difference this made, I'm not sure. All I know is I grew up eating some of the most beautiful fresh fruits and vegetables!!

  • PP NATURE 10 months ago

    A great idea

  • Lorelcom 10 months ago

    Nice idea, but how many people have a "fair-sized garden" like that.

  • Robrick 10 months ago

    Attract rats

  • Neethu B N Nichu 10 months ago

    i m from kerala. i like ua vedio very much

  • Neethu B N Nichu 10 months ago

    great sir

  • Troy P 10 months ago

    “About a month ago exactly”

  • Jeffrey Caesar 10 months ago

    Dude you're a sweet human. Keep being awesome

  • John Zyp 10 months ago

    Anything that happens naturally in gardens is alright. Bury a corpse and after a few months you have only bones.

  • The only dead critter I would bury in my garden would be fish carcass.

  • Cathy Lin 10 months ago

    Could possibly someone too enjoy watching this video in daytime caused you can't be too happy?
    forget to get back to work that overjoyed watching this more than other thing
    what should you when watching this?
    Is someone possibly too happy after watching this everyday?

  • Big Bulk 10 months ago

    This is like Russle Crowe's uncle of something.

  • Jon's veggie garden diary 10 months ago

    Awesome video! Love the way you explained it and dug down. I already bury food scraps but now I'm going to add even more yucky things, like pigeons!

  • Kenzy Mask 10 months ago

    You gave me a lot of ideas about recycling.

  • MEHMET ALİ Apaydin 10 months ago

    i like this job, thanks.

  • Ruth Spillman 10 months ago

    Thank you! I will start putting all these many scraps, buckets full, in my garden. Great info.