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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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How To Use Grass Clippings In The Vegetable Garden | Build Soil For A Sustainable Organic Garden

Source: Youtube How To Use Grass Clippings In The Vegetable Garden | Build Soil For A Sustainable Organic Garden After watching this you won’t ever look back, using grass clippings in these 5 ways will help support a sustainable, low impact and organic approach to your vegetable garden. Videos that show the use of grass clippings in the vegetable patch: Earthing Up Potatoes With Grass Clippings: How To Grow Potatoes In Grass Clippings (Liz Zorab): Please check out my blog post all about this video Here: PLEASE VISIT MY OTHER…

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Planning a Vegetable Garden – For Beginners

Source: Youtube Do you want your own Vegetable Garden. But you are a complete beginners. Here is a quick video showing you what you need to plan a vegetable garden. Don’t let it intimidate you. It seems harder then it is. Hit that like and Subscribe Hardiness Zone: Hardiness Map: Ultimate Guide: Regional Planting Charts: Like the Music? Feel free to ask Questions in the comments or on my other media platforms. www.brandonkoruna.com Join My Facebook Page Twitter : @BrandonKoruna Insta: @Bkoruna TikTok: @BrandonKoruna

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Vegetable Garden Planning – Family Plot

Source: Youtube UT Haywood County Extension Director Walter Battle talks about the benefits of planning a garden before you plant. You need to have an area that will have sunlight for at least six hours a day. More is better. You also should try to pick a site with a southern facing slope that will warm up faster in the spring. Pick a site close to the home to make it easier to go out and garden. Having a plan will help you to know what you can grow. Shade…

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