Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden

www.howdini.com Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden What does it mean to grow vegetables organically? Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine shows how to plant and nurture an organic vegetable garden. Keywords: organic gardening organic garden organic vegetable gardening organic gardening tips

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  1. i agree with happyking9, i mean who would use chemicals on garden?
    sure, huge agriculture comapnies use chemicals but I ve never known anyone who would use chemiclas on private garden


  2. @DarkEgg11 Your argument makes more sense, but some people do indeed use pesticides and herbicides in their home gardens (such as Roundup). Now many people want to avoid them if possible, but some use them. You can Google “garden pesticides” and “garden herbicides” to get a variety of info, some about organics, some not.


  3. I started my garden this spring (15’x15′) and i managed to grow enough combined with 3 other small raised beds to not have to visit the supermarket for produce. If your determined to grow and eat healthy food i would recommend going a bit bigger then 15’x15′, simply so you are able to have food all summer and also be able to produce a little excess to store for winter months. Im 23 and starting a business and i still have time to garden. If you cant hand a 15’x15′ plot your just lazy


  4. great video!


  5. Very inspiring video. The entire process was explained lucidly. Even those who rue that they do not have green thumbs, can now feel motivated to pick up the spade and the rake and plant some seeds.


  6. I wish the soil was as soft as the kind in this video. there’s so many rocks here in south Florida. You’d need a pick axe to dig wholes and to till. hard work. 🙂


  7. “Alright Scott, thank you. We appreciate it.”
    “It was my pleasure”
    “Alright Scott, thank you. We appreciate it.”
    O.o


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  9. i just started one i basicly just flipped the lawn over and now i’m gonna cover it whit plastic over the winter attempting to kill all the grass and stuff


  10. awesome tips, i am starting one a.s.a.p.


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  14. I really want to start my own organic garden!


  15. Hey I’ve got some great vids on hydroponics


  16. @happygameshow Hydroponics is too costly,yields too small plants,requires too much work,and is not how nature intended plants to be grown.I’m a happy container garderner. I do love that hydroponic salad though.


  17. @asulkan Im 22, a graffiti artist, grew up in bad neighborhoods, im startin college in march(better late than never), n in feb. im startin to grow sum veggies in my own lil garden. I love to cook, so its perfect :). ^for sum reason wat u wrote gave me even more motavation to accomplish things. jus thought u should kno homie, thnx =D lol


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  20. i’ve got a question. what if dead animals are buried in the area? would the crops be tainted and poisonous for consumption?


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  22. lots of work in an organic garden 4 the unemployed or sick.healthy life style=healthy body n mind.healthy soil = healthy crops=healthy bodies


  23. Great job!


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