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Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners. Site Selection, Organic Soil and Mulch

Its that time of year that people get inspired to start their first gardens. With all the information out there where do you even start? Today ill go through the basics in getting your first garden going starting by going through location selection, raised bed construction, garden soil and mulching. Location location location! It is really important to make sure you place your first garden in a good location. So how do you figure out where a...
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Organic Herb Gardening Tips : How To Plan An Organic Garden

Planting an organic herb garden is easy with these tips, get expert tips and advice on organic herb gardening in this free video. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or "gardener's black gold." source
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3 Easy DIY Organic Banana Peel Fertilizers for Organic Gardening Plant Fertilizer and Compost

Before you throw those banana peels in the garbage, you should take note that they contain a lot of helpful ingredients for your plants Including two of the three major needed fertilizers. Visit www.stewartlandingco.com for more helpful tips and Organic gardening advice. The N-P-K analysis of banana peels is 0 -- 3.25 -- 41.76. Here are some of the Macro Nutrients in Banana Peels and their benefits: Potassium -- helps with the flow of nutrients and water in a plant, causing them...
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ORGANIC GARDENING–Build a 🌻Winter Greenhouse🌻 in 1 day for $150!!

This Video details the entire construction of a high tunnel/ hoop house step by step. This took less than 1 day to build and costs less than $200. Parts 1 and 2 with full construction DIY step by step. Add some 6 mil greenhouse plastic and you have a sturdy structure that will last a long time. Please use power tools with caution, especially when cutting small pieces. If you are not comfortable with a miter...
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Organic Herb Gardening Tips : Medicinal Uses For Fresh Oregano

Medicinal uses for fresh oregano are numerous, get expert tips and advice on organic herb gardening in this free video. Expert: Gale Gassiot Bio: Gale Gassiot makes her own organic compost or "gardener's black gold." source
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Human Manure Better than Cow Manure as Fertilizer for Organic Gardening

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the power of using human manure in your organic garden to grow your fruits and vegetables. In this episode, John visits his friend Paul, who has been composting is human manure for the past 10 years and is using it to grow vegetables. You will see a comparison of growing the same exact vegetables that were planted at the same time in cow manure and human manure, and you may double think ever...
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Organic Vegetable Gardening – Growing 6 Types of Tomatoes – Home Grown Vegetables

✅ SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCfD-YFtM_EER-AnWYf_DR8Q Our Organic Vegetable Garden We started growing organic vegetables and the reward are amazing. During summer and late autumn, there is always a full supply of vegetable right next to our kitchen going straight into the pot and onto the table for lunch or dinner. The satisfaction is simply great and we would recommend anyone to simply utilize any land available around your house or even use pots to grow vegetable and you can reap...
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Gardening Tips : Organic Gardening Tips

Organic gardening eliminates the use of fertilizers and chemicals by caring for plants in a natural way. Get organic gardening tips from a professional gardener in this free video on gardening. Expert: Yolonda Vanveen Bio: Yolanda Vanveen is a third generation flower grower and sustainable gardener who lives in Kalama, Wash. She is the owner of VanveenBulbs. Filmmaker: Daron Stetner source
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How to make organic fertilizer for all types of gardening plants|| Best Natural fertilizer

How to make natural organic fertilizer for all types of gardening plants Today I am showing How to make natural /organic fertilizer for all types of gardening plants. At first, I collect cow dunk compost, neem cake dust, cow urine, and jaggery. Cow dunk compost Source of nutrients - Nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium Neem cake dust/powder Source of nutrients- nitrogen, phosphorus, sulphur, calcium And also Pest Repellent Cow urine traditional Indian medicine, as a Plant Growth Enhancer and Antifungal Agent All these particles produce...
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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 know below. And read today's full blog post at http://www.smilinggardener.com/organic-gardening-tips/organic-gardening-tips source
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6 Types Of Organic Mulch Every Gardener Needs To Know – Gardening Tips

Organic mulches are materials were living plant materials you spread around or over a plant to keep the soil healthy, to prevent weed germination, erosion, and reduce evaporation. They decompose over time, returning nutrients to the garden soil. This not only improves the structure of the ground but provides inviting habitats for beneficial garden helpers like earthworms. Organic materials such as wood chips, bark, and newspaper can be used. Most are effective weed barriers. availability, Cost, and aesthetics are...
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