Science & Technology Vegetable Gardening 

Food Gone Wild – Self Seeding / Self Sowing Vegetable Garden Volunteers

Source: Youtube The best kind of vegetable garden is the garden that grows itself! Here’s a look at several vegetable volunteers that planted themselves while I wasn’t looking. You’ll be familiar with them all, you just may not have known that they are quite happy to self-seed with little to no help from you. It’s the ultimate in do nothing gardening! Blog: Facebook: Twitter: Intro Music: Thank you for watching our video!

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

How To Start A Vegetable Garden | Central Florida Gardening 101 for Self Sufficiency

Source: Youtube I teach a lot of classes in person but the recent events have prevented group gatherings so I have started teaching via online webinars. A lot of folks have the time and interest to gain a little self sufficiency in regards to their food supply right now so this is a quick start approach on how to start a Florida vegetable garden. This is a recording of a webinar that I recently taught covering the 4 “S’s” : Sun, Soil, Seed, & Seasons to get you started growing…

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People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Sustainable Gardening Swaps | Gardening 101

Source: Youtube Sustainability is a must in this day and age for practices around the home as well as in your organic garden. Just because vegetable gardeners have been doing/using something for ages doesn’t mean it is the most sustainable choice. Swapping peat moss for coco coir or purchasing bulk soil instead of bags can save you money while being a much more sustainable resource. This gardening 101 video will highlight why coconut coir is a better choice, how you can save money buying bulk, & other gardening tips for…

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Howto & Style Vegetable Gardening 

Learn Kitchen Gardening: Time Transplants to Avoid Plant Stress

Source: Youtube Learn Kitchen Gardening: Time Transplants to Avoid Plant Stress Access full ‘Cropumentries’ at: It’s like that 90s “location, location, location” guy, but I’m telling you: The key to growing more food in less space is: “timing, timing, timing!” That’s true for everything from interplanting to crop rotation, but in this case I’m referring to timing your transplanting to avoid plant stress. For these ‘Ellen Brown Stripe’ Dry Pole Beans, I waited out wind, cool soil temperatures, and mid-day sun to get them off to a good start. To…

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