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Oh YES SHE DID!!! Perennial Permaculture Fruit Bed in our Annual Vegetable Garden! People & Blogs Vegetable Gardening 

Oh YES SHE DID!!! Perennial Permaculture Fruit Bed in our Annual Vegetable Garden!

Source: Youtube I planted a Perennial Permaculture Fruit Bed in our annual Vegetable Garden! Please SUBSCRIBE to our channel to receive notifications of future videos! Amazon Wish List for Wholesome Roots! Amazon Affilliate link for your shopping pleasure! If you want to send us a nice note we can receive it at our Post Office Box Rose Duncan PO Box 333 Grantville, GA 30220 PayPal Friends and Family wholesomerootsblog@gmail.com Patreon E-mail wholesomerootsblog@gmail.com Facebook Steemit Instagram Twitter Blog Pinterest Google+ Wholesome Roots: A goat milking, chicken-loving, gardening, canning, cooking, hard-working, homestead…

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Why Raised Garden Beds Are Better! 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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How to Identify Insect Pests in Your Vegetable Garden – CSI Garden Pests Education Vegetable Gardening 

How to Identify Insect Pests in Your Vegetable Garden – CSI Garden Pests

Source: Youtube Mike Raupp, “The Bug Guy” for the University of Maryland Extension, explains how, like a crime scene investigator, you can use clues to find out what types of insects are causing damage in your garden. Look for telltale signs like chewed leaves, discoloration, distortion, dieback, and insect products. University of Maryland Extension, Home and Garden Information Center. Send in your plant and pest questions! Our certified horticultural professionals answer for free! Read our Maryland Grows Blog

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How a Sustainable Aquaponics Farm Grows 7000 Heads of Lettuce a Week Aquaponics Education 

How a Sustainable Aquaponics Farm Grows 7000 Heads of Lettuce a Week

Source: Youtube John from goes on a field trip to Sustainable Harvesters, one of the largest commercial aquaponic farms in texas. You will discover how they are able to grow 7000 heads of lettuce a week using fish to produce fertilizer for the lettuce. In this episode, John will give you a special tour of this commercial aquaponics farm. First, you will learn how aquaponics is different than hydroponics and which is more sustainable and better for the planet. Next, you will learn all the different aspects of an aquaponics…

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