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Rooftop Garden Grows Food to Feed Customers at Busy Cafe

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to show you a Rooftop Raised Bed Garden that is being used to feed people at Catch a Healthy Habit Cafe, in Fairfield, CT. In this video John will show the garden after their first growing season. In addition, you will discover the plants would be most beneficial to grow that will yield the most usable produce for the cafe. After watching this episode you will learn the plants that did the plants that did best as well as what the cafe plans to plant in the future.

Make Money from Your Garden by Having an Honor System Farm Stand

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to Classic Organic off hwy 101 just 40 miles north of Santa Barbara. In this episode you will see how a successful honor system farm stand runs and how some of their produce is grown. You will discover the different produce items they grow as well as how they trellis their raspberries and how to pick a ripe raspberry. Finally you will learn the farmers creed and how he builds the soil instead of using conventional fertilizers. After watching this video you will have some excellent ideas on how to have your own honor system farm stand so you can profit from growing food.

How Do You Grow Your Fruit So Big? Recipes from the Garden and other Q & A

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers your gardening questions including: 1. Do you have any suggestions on edibles that can grow in poor light conditions? 2. How do you grow your pepino melon so big? 3. Would you consider doing a video on how you use the food fresh from your garden? Here is the playlist to watch to see how I prepare the food I grow: www.youtube.com

Fast Growing Squash – It’s Time To Eat !

It’s been 30 days now since I planted this garden spot. The combination of summer heat and water makes for some very rapid growth. The squash and zucchini are already producing. And the corn has been side dressed and”laid by”. Vegetables grow much faster during the summer months. So if your seed packets say 50-60 days to harvest, you can usually expect a harvest a good 10-15 days sooner. This is something to keep in mind if you get in a situation where you need something to eat in a short amount of time. For people who don’t like to eat squash, it can be cooked in many ways or even eaten raw. It’s a good addition to any home garden and provides you an excellent return on your time and effoerts.

Low Cost Methods to Build a Vegetable Garden Update

John from www.growingyourgreens.com goes on a field trip to a friends old victorian home to share updates on what has been growing on at this rental property in terms of growing food with little or no money. In this episode, John will share some of techniques implemented and some things that could use improvment . After watching this episode, you may get some ideas that can help you grow food for low cost at your home.

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