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Growing Vegetables in an uncommon container: Part 1

One of the things that is almost highly accessible to grow plants in is a container. I’m going to show you how I made use of a plastic container that has lots of holes to grow vegetables in. Enjoy! :) Check me out on Facebook: www.facebook.com

Using Cinder Blocks to Grow Beans: Growing and Harvesting

Started with 10 seeds and it multiplied to many! Very simple way to grow beans and as always, harvesting what I grow is fun! As a container, I used cinder blocks, added a mixture of top soil and organic compost, water them, then watch them grow! From purple flowers to green small pods that eventually transformed into beautiful yellow bean pods! The harvesting video was made 6 days ago and today I made my second harvest! I absolutely love it! Check out my Facebook Page: www.facebook.com

How to Grow Squash in Your Home Own Organic Garden

www.HomeOrganicGardening.org Growing a great garden is not always easy. Going totally organic can add to the challenge. But just follow a few simple steps and you’ll have a phenomenal organic garden in no time! Organic Gardening had became a need for healthy food. Consuming organic food not only helps you, but also for the future generation. That is arguably one of the strongest reason why more and more people are engaging in organic gardening. This article will focus on the basics of organic gardening which many do not understand, sadly.

Organic Gardening – Tips on How to Grow Beans in a Limited Space

VISIT: www.HomeOrganicGarden.net Intensivegardening is nothing new. It is a method that has been around for centuries and is still practiced in many parts of the world. The close spacing of plants, maintaining a fertile soil, crop rotation and succession planting combined together is what sets this method of gardening in a class of it’s own, along with apart from the traditional row method. Raised beds are the ideal when incorporating these methods of gardening together. The preparation of a raised bed by digging, along with adding organic soil amendments to the existing soil before building your garden beds will greatly improve the soils structure. Double digging, adding amendments and mounding your garden beds above the existing ground will improve the soils aeration, drainage, moisture retention and tilth to allow for deep root penetration. Mounding of the soil also allows for added space to be planted over a flat surface. A fertile, well balanced, organic rich soil is very important with this method of gardening. The bulk of the organic amendment to the soil being compost. Minerals like greensand and rock phosphates are also very beneficial. Green manure crops planted and turned into the soil will also help provide nutrients needed when planting crops at a close spacing along with improving the soils structure by adding organic matter. In the traditional row method of gardening only 1 of the total gardens space is planted, compared to more than 3/4 when intensive

Being Successful in Organic Container Vegetable Gardening

VISIT: www.HomeOrganicGarden.net Intensivegardening is nothing new. It is a method that has been around for centuries and is still practiced in many parts of the world. The close spacing of plants, maintaining a fertile soil, crop rotation and succession planting combined together is what sets this method of gardening in a class of it’s own, along with apart from the traditional row method. Raised beds are the ideal when incorporating these methods of gardening together. The preparation of a raised bed by digging, along with adding organic soil amendments to the existing soil before building your garden beds will greatly improve the soils structure. Double digging, adding amendments and mounding your garden beds above the existing ground will improve the soils aeration, drainage, moisture retention and tilth to allow for deep root penetration. Mounding of the soil also allows for added space to be planted over a flat surface. A fertile, well balanced, organic rich soil is very important with this method of gardening. The bulk of the organic amendment to the soil being compost. Minerals like greensand and rock phosphates are also very beneficial. Green manure crops planted and turned into the soil will also help provide nutrients needed when planting crops at a close spacing along with improving the soils structure by adding organic matter. In the traditional row method of gardening only 1 of the total gardens space is planted, compared to more than 3/4 when intensive

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