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Learn how to build a worm farm for your back yard! Suburban scale worm farming is not hard. All courses, articles, videos, &updates on website: Home Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/schoolofpermaculture Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/schoolofperma Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/schoolofpermaculture Local in Texas and want to meetup? North Texas Permaculture Plano, TX 723 Permaculturists Powerful, Knowledgeable, Meaningful Connections!Group’s mission is to bring together like minded people who are into working with nature to build a powerfully connected commu… Next Meetup FREE Introduction to Permaculture Saturday, Oct 20, 2018, 11:00 AM5 Attending Check out this Meetup Group → Love You Video Rating: / 5 If we ask you who do you think is the World’s biggest potato exporter, you might answer America or maybe China… Those are big countries, with good soil and favourable climate. But despite all of this, the right answer would be the Netherlands, commonly known as Holland. In fact, they are the biggest food exporter right after the United States. This is surprising given that Netherlands is a really small, densely populated, wealthy country. All this features would make a country move away from the primary sector. They almost have no farming land and, having some of the most successful multinational corporations, it is counterintuitive that somebody would choose a job in a farm that one on the corporate world. Nonetheless, we can say Netherlands is the Silicon Valley of agriculture. Or, as they like to call themselves, the Food Valley. Thanks to the famous University of Wageningen, this country has combined rocket science with farming. But how did Netherlands achieve this success? What are the main keys for Dutch agriculture? What’s the secret of this little country? In this video, we will tell you all of that. And don’t forget to visit our friend’s podcast, Reconsider Media: http://www.reconsidermedia.com/ Support us on Patreon! www.patreon.com/visualpolitik Special […]

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38 Comments

  • CHLNWR 1 month ago

    andrew wk is that you

  • Sanna Kruger 1 month ago

    How abt chicken manure

  • Portomaster sgfwe 1 month ago

    My FISH eats worms!! Tks buddy 😉

  • Just Plain Common Sense 1 month ago

    Guys, take Nick’s PDC! It’s a game changer!!!!

  • daddeo dad 1 month ago

    I want to know how to make money from worm farming.

  • Annie K. 1 month ago

    Really good information. Thank you.

  • Superstar 1 month ago

    The way you say ur viewer awesome, i feel you more awesome! i love you green

  • The Eclectic Nurse 1 month ago

    Random question…. do you highlight your hair?

  • sleepless4truth 1 month ago

    WOW, i was obsessing over alternative containers, to begin my beginner worm venture. THIS IS IT!!!! $35 at ACE! .. enuf in the budget to start with Bees, too! U have a vid on them? Many thanks, God Bless, namaste

  • Garden Crusade 1 month ago

    Haha, roundup commercial on a permaculture channel

  • Van Arsdale 1 month ago

    clap, clap.

  • Richard crane 1 month ago

    I love the vibes fellow earth planter. thanks for the great vid

  • Sue B-T 1 month ago

    how does this work for really cold winters?

  • Connie Crites 1 month ago

    Hi, I have a old bath tub I want to use as my worm bed. It does drain so I think it would work. Any suggestions on what to do/Not do?

  • Green Timber 1 month ago

    Thanks for the video. Good 411 good vibes. I wasnt aware Worms were "verocious eaters". Kinda makes you rethink things doesnt it?

  • Adam Shaiken 1 month ago

    Quesadilla

  • Richard family farm Homestead 1 month ago

    Great video my friend, I really am considering doing some permaculture classes.

  • dalepres1 1 month ago

    You might want to put a few inches of light colord and light weight mulch over the weed fabric at the top. Black will heat up really hot.

  • smartward 1 month ago

    Man, please check the data before you sell this to thousands of people
    https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/statistics-explained/index.php/Agricultural_production_-_crops

  • West PT 1 month ago

    100 from now who owns siberia then will be the next

  • Hannelore Hofmann 1 month ago

    I live in the netherlands and NONE of this is right!

  • obimk1 1 month ago

    A dutch company is instrumental for almost all computer chips production in the world, ASML..

  • oceej0 1 month ago

    Typically Dutch, understated but extremely effective and efficient. God bless them, where would we be without their input. Respect to the Netherlands.

  • skalanoff 1 month ago

    Could you forward Ceasar Bravo's contact details as I have recently moverd to Gran Canaria and would like to find out more about goats – please

  • bluerisk 1 month ago

    And yet they can't play football and win a world cup.

  • Pavel the Fabulous 1 month ago

    Proof that we don't need loads of illegal immigrants to feed America.

  • susan hartman 1 month ago

    i grew up around farmers and while i life in a city right now, i still miss the farms, due to that i made plans to grow my own vegetables etc. once we save enough money we will go back to the farm lands and start our own little farm with cows, chickens and grow our own vegetables and fruit.

  • Drbob 1 month ago

    Netherland rocks!
    Greetings from Germany!

  • ronzor7 1 month ago

    We are also the biggest pig exporting country in the world!
    Which leads to an abundance of pig manure ; most crops and grasslands are fed with Pig shit.

  • Gonzales Frederic 1 month ago

    600 years ago the carrots were white. The Dutch, by selection over decades, "created" the orange carrots we have now.
    As for the purple carrots, l do not know their origin, but l have eaten some and they are as good as the orange and white and yellow ones, but they are fragile: they wither fast.
    I add that the Dutch were judicious to refuse to ban cannabis when the USA imposed a world-wide ban on it through lies. They are leader in the domain, even though Spain, better and better as years elapse, may soon take the place.

  • Emily C 1 month ago

    Hi Simon, we were wondering why your beard is strobing throughout this video? It was very distracting.

  • Ray Indra 1 month ago

    Your analysis is one-sided. What are the environmental effects ?

  • Luuk Leunissen 1 month ago

    Lekkere krieltjes jonguh.

  • Panzer Pjotr 1 month ago

    Average farm size just 7 ha!!!!!! I think not! It must be more like 40 ha. Granted…greenhouse farms are usually just a couple of ha, but arable farms are usually much larger (60- 250 ha) and dairy farms usually are about 40 ha! Check your facts Simon. And another thing. Not all the food exported from Holland has been produced in Holland. A lot gets imported, sometimes processed and then exported again. A good example is the flower auction in Aalsmeer where not only Dutch produced flowers, but also flowers from all over Europe and even Africa are sold to European buyers and thus have to be exported again. Flowers aren't food, but they do count as agricultural produce.

    Finally Wageningen Research, as my alma mater is called nowadays, also offers other than agricultural studies. Sociology, Landscaping, Forestry etc. And I got my MSc in biology there.

  • Ruud Hop 1 month ago

    Awesome Video. But also realize that many Dutch farmers emigrated to countries like USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and set up there large farms (because the Netherlands was too small to expand). The Dutch farmers in the USA crossed the cow Friesian and Holstein into the best milk producing breed.
    But their development to produce meat with stem cells is really incredible. With 1 cow you can produce all the needed meat in a country.
    The cooperation between Dutch and foreign students gives them the power and knowledge to do miracles. Wait and see…..

  • Rik van de Panne 1 month ago

    "the Netherlands, also known as Holland". let me guess, "US, also known as New York" and "Japan, also known as Tokyo?"

  • David Rosner 1 month ago

    I didn’t realize that the Dutch export more food than the biggest western European countries including Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. The Dutch are among the most industrious and entrepreneurial people in the world! Now they’ve built the Silicon Valley of agriculture to bring farming into the 21st century!

    Dutch agricultural engineers should help teach the rest of the world feed over 10 billion people. They should apply their techniques to help construct greenhouses for future colonies on the moon and Mars where managing scarce resources like water and nutrients will be crucial.

  • David Rosner 1 month ago

    I didn’t realize that the Dutch export more food than far bigger European countries like Spain, Italy, France, Germany and the United Kingdom. The Dutch are among the most industrious and entrepreneurial people in the world. Now they’ve built the Silicon Valley of agriculture!

    Dutch agricultural engineers should help teach the rest of the world feed over 10 billion people. They should apply their techniques to help construct greenhouses for future colonies on the moon and Mars.