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Raised Bed Garden | Fall Vegetable Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Raised Bed Garden | Fall Vegetable Gardening

Source: Youtube Fall vegetable gardening in our raised bed garden. We’ll check in on the raised beds and see which plants were and were not affected by frost damage. So far, our cool weather crops like the brassicas were are doing fine and we are still expecting to harvest from them. Fall harvesting is a big component of our food supply here on the homestead. And with homesteading, cooking and canning our own food is important to us. Let’s take a look at our fall vegetables and see how they…

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How To Transplant Broccoli Seedlings | Frugal Gardening People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

How To Transplant Broccoli Seedlings | Frugal Gardening

Source: Youtube Today we are going to practice a little frugal gardening and show you how to transplant broccoli seedlings. We started by planting this broccoli from seed in our raised bed garden. Rather than thinning the young plants, we will be transplanting them to one of our other raised beds. We used organic fertilizer and Epsom salt as our only soil amendments. We then used our Hori Hori to separate the seedlings and replant them. Saving money by transplanting rather than purchasing seedlings is and excellent frugal way of…

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Raised Bed Garden | Fall Brassicas | Gaia Gardening Method People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Raised Bed Garden | Fall Brassicas | Gaia Gardening Method

Source: Youtube Working in the raised bed garden again, planting our Fall Brassicas using our Gaia gardening method. The Brassica family includes many cool weather crops such as broccoli, cauliflower, Brussels sprouts, and cabbage that can be grown in the Spring or Fall. The Gaia Gardening method we coined here on the homestead involves using the existing garden soil (Gaia = Earth), rich or poor, to form the container that amended soil for growing can be placed into. This can be compost, potting soil, garden soil, peat moss, or your…

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