Tag Archives: organic gardening

3 Organic Gardening Tips That You Must Not Neglect

Check out http://www.smilinggardener.com for the free ’15 Vital Organic Gardening Lessons For Becoming A Better Organic Gardener’. Here are 3 of the most important organic gardening tips for you to remember. Are you doing all of them? Is there one you could do better in your organic garden? Let me… Read More

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Off Grid Living: The Importance Of A Homestead Pantry

Off Grider’s, preppers and doomsday people, a PANTRY on any homestead is a key essential part of the success of your independent and sufficient lifestyle. However mistakes can be made that make the pantry more costly then it really needs to be. So thru our own experiences we have learned… Read More

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How to Install a Automatic Drip Irrigation System in a Raised Bed Garden

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you how you can install an automatic watering drip irrigation system in your raised bed garden and how to plant your plant starts. In this episode, John adds a water saving drip irrigation kit to a raised bed garden with automatic water timer that will… Read More

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5 of the Best Organic Vegetable Growing tips

In today’s video you will learn or be refreshed about the top ways to growing healthier vegetables in your organic garden. Organic gardening faces more challenges than conventional gardening methods due to a zero-tolerance to harmful chemical use. But, it is very possible to get a higher-yielding harvest because other… Read More

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My Secret to Growing Cilantro & More Garden Q&A

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers your organic gardening questions including what do you think about the mittleider garden method, composting poisonous plants, how to grow plants in sandy soil, garden tower update and much more. After watching this episode, you will learn John’s answers to these questions, and probably learn a… Read More

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Organic Gardening Using Woodchips:The Secrets In The Soil

There is a reason why we chose for our self sustainable homestead the Back to Eden Garden method. We wanted to create a garden that not only produced well, but didnt need to be watered much, was not labor intensive, had no pests, and worked WITH nature not against it.… Read More

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