Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Vegetable Garden in Our Backyard With Compost and Greene’s Cedar Raised Garden Bed Kit

Source: Youtube In this video, I show you how I started a vegetable garden in our backyard. I used Greene’s Cedar Raised Garden Bed Kit. This was a cedar board kit that had dovetail joins already cut in, so it was easy to assemble with minimal tools. It took me under an hour to assemble. The bed was 4 feet wide by 8 feet long and 14 inches tall. I first filled it in with some compost from my compost pile. I then bought six plastic bags from Home Depot…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Adding compost, fertilizer, and tilling raised bed vegetable garden

Source: Youtube Skelly’s Garden: Adding compost, fertilizer, tilling, and preparing spring vegetable garden bed for growing tomatoes, growing zucchini, growing eggplant, growing squash, growing beans, growing lettuce. Also see my video on measuring how much fertilizer to add to your vegetable garden…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Hugelkulture Raised Bed Garden, Organic Soil Preparation, 2020

Source: Youtube Hugelkulture raised bed soil preparation. Natural fertilizer. 100% Organic vegetable gardening. Spring 2020

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Organic Garden

Source: Youtube The organic gardener starts from the soil up, by feeding the soil. There are actually many simple things you can do to boost nutrients and help to balance the soil. Examples: Raw egg or egg shells, Banana skins, Ash, Leaves, Epsom salts. Organic gardening provides for intense, realistic flavours in your food, as well as higher vitamin and mineral content. Organic food contains higher levels of Vitamin C and essential minerals such as calcium, magnesium, iron and chromium. Organic spinach, lettuce, cabbage and potatoes showed particularly high levels…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Sweet Potato Harvest | Raised Bed Garden | Harvesting Sweet Potatoes

Source: Youtube Sweet potato harvest from our raised bed garden. Harvesting sweet potatoes is something Tina really enjoys. Growing sweet potatoes in a large metal water trough along with our raised beds gives us a lot of control over the soil and the additives / amendments. We have other videos on how to grow sweet potatoes and the soil mix we use in our raised beds. We will set some aside for use in our sweet potato pie recipes, and we have a baked sweet potato recipe video coming up…

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Education Vegetable Gardening 

FREE ORGANIC FERTILIZER | GOAT DUNG / SHEEP DUNG | Flowering & Vegetable Gardening

Source: Youtube Most of us are familiar with Cow dung and horse dung in gardening and farming. But How about using Goat Dung or the Sheep Dung. Yes, in this episode we will look into the 10 benefits of using goat droppings for enriching your soil, and whether we can use fresh goat pellets directly on your plants without decomposing. Many studies and research articles on goat dung as a fertilizer have been published on international journals. All of them say, Goat manure is one of the best animal manures…

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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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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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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Why Raised Garden Beds Are Better!

Source: Youtube In this video, I explain why 4 years ago I made the switch to vegetable gardening in raised garden beds and never looked back. I give my top 5 reasons for gardening in raised beds exclusively.

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