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    Top 5 Tips on How to Grow the Most Food in Small Space Gardens
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    Published on Dec 13, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the top 5 tips for growing food in small spaces.

    In this episode, John takes you on a tour of his standard subdivision tract home and shares his top 5 tips for growing the most vegetables in small space gardens.

    First, John will give you an overview shot of his garden from the roof, so you can see how he utilizes the maximum amount of space in his backyard.

    Next, John will share how he creates growable areas, or areas that have enriched soil that enables to grow healthier and larger plants.

    John will then show you a technique for packing in plants more closely than is commonly recommended on seed packs to grow a greater quantity of plants which generally means higher yields.

    You will then discover how you can use the airspace above your property to grow more vegetables and fruits instead of letting plants vine and cover the limited ground area.

    Next, you will discover some of the most productive crops that will grow and produce food in a shorter amount of time.

    Finally, John will share how he is actually not focused on growing more vegetables, but growing higher quality soil that will enable him to grow more vegetables. You will discover three essential organic soil amendments that you must use to maximize the yield and nutrition of the food you are growing.

    After watching this episode, you will have a better understanding on how to grow the most food in small spaces, such as the small lots in big cities and suburbs around the country and around the world.


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    Referenced Videos:
    Curtis Stone Episode with Fast Turn Crops:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tP5bO...

    How to Supersize your Vegetables with Wood Chips and Rock Dust
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEkFF...

    Open Source Compost Tea to add Millions of Microbes to your Garden
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTijk...
     
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    Best Hot Pepper to Overwinter that Fruits in Cold Weather
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    Published on Dec 16, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the best pepper to overwinter that will still fruit even in the cold weather that can almost survive a frost.

    In this episode, John gives you an update of his summer garden and is pulling out all his pepper plants. You will learn which pepper plants John will be digging up from his raised beds and potting up to overwinter in his unheated greenhouse.

    You will learn about the Manzano Pepper (Capsicum pubescens) that is one of the most cold tolerant but not frost tolerant pepper plants that prefers cooler temperatures and likes to fruit when its cooler outside.

    You will discover how this plant is still flowering and producing fruits despite days in the 50s and 60s and nights in the high 30s to 40s.
    You will learn how John transplants his pepper plants from a raised bed into a 5 gallon pot with his tips to ensure you have a greater level of success digging up and overwintering your plants.

    After watching this episode, you will learn about one of the most cold tolerant pepper plants that you can grow in an unheated greenhouse in zone 9 and potentially others.

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    Referenced Videos:
    Growing Manzano Peppers that can Survive a Light Freeze
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ysyl...
     
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    Low Cost $20 Greenhouse Enables You to Grow Winter Vegetables in a Raised Bed Garden
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    Published on Dec 20, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you an inexpensive $20 greenhouse that will cover your 4 foot x 4 foot raised bed garden that will enable you to grow a vegetable garden in the winter.

    In this episode, John unboxes the Greenland Gardener Greenhouse. You will discover why John is covering one of his raised beds and how he keeps some of his frost sensitive perennial vegetables alive in the winter.

    This inexpensive greenhouse cover for a raised bed will allow you to extend you growing season into the winter and keep snow off your plants and provide a warmer climate that can allow you to grow your own food in the winter outdoors.

    John will explain how easy it is to assemble this 4 ft x 4 ft greenhouse and review the overall quality of this greenhouse and share his opinions on growing a garden in the winter.

    After watching this episode, you will be aware of a low-cost greenhouse that will allow you to extend your growing season so you can grow more food from your vegetable garden.

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    Referenced Videos:
    Three Ways to Protect Your Plants from the Cold
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    Learn more about and Purchase the Greenhouse Shown in this Episode at:
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    How to Make High Quality Compost from Plants for Your Organic Garden
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    Published on Dec 23, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Farm Dirt Compost in Houston, Texas to share with you how they make high-quality compost from plants without any manure or animal products.

    In this episode, John gives you a tour of this composting facility that creates compost teeming with microbial life. You will learn how they divert thousands of pounds of green waste that would normally go to the landfill and instead turn it into some of the best soil-building compost for gardeners, farmers, and landscapers.

    First, John will take you on a tour of this facility showing you the two main raw inputs that are used to create this high-quality compost.

    Next, you will discover how these two items are mixed and then aerated to create compost in as little as 5 weeks.

    You will learn the three tips they use to speed up their composting process that you can use at home, so you can make compost more efficiently and save time.

    Next, you will discover four ways to determine if a compost you are considering to buy is a good one or not.

    Finally, you will learn about a special discount offer for you to purchase farm dirt whether you live in the Houston, Texas area or anywhere else in the United States.

    After watching this episode, you will have a better idea on how wood chips and yard waste, as well as fruit and vegetable food scraps, can be turned into a rich compost that can enrich your garden and grow more fresh fruits and vegetables.

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    Referenced Videos:
    Best Organic Compost in Texas Made with Trees and Leaves
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuvmX...

    Last Urban Outpost Farm Tour
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_vZkt...

    Learn more about Farm Dirt Compost and Order at:
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    How to Grow a Vegetable Garden without Fertilizer & Soil Amendments
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    Published on Dec 27, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to the home of Tino in Houston, Texas who grows the Big Fat Greek Vegetable Garden. You will discover how Tino grows food without adding any fertilizer or Soil Amendments.

    In this episode, John will take you on a tour of Tino's front yard garden and show you may of Tino's techniques that allow him to grow on the free and cheap. Tino is a unique gardener that does not believe in many commonly accepted practices in the garden, and instead, comes up with his own gardening style.

    You will learn the two ways that Tino starts his seeds to grow into full-size vegetable plants. You will discover how Tino grows the most food in the least amount of space. You will learn how Tino makes sure his plants are strong and seek out their own water and nutrients. You will discover one of the best time-saving tips for transplanting seedlings that can save you time. You will also discover how you can use 100% straight compost to grow your seedlings instead of a sterile seed-starting mixture. You will also learn how some common vegetables at the store can be used to grow your garden. You will discover how to best start seedlings in trays. You will learn how Tino is re-using an old ice machine to make a one-of-a-kind composter. You are sure to learn many other gardening tips and tricks that can save you time and ensure you have a healthier and more productive garden.

    Finally, John will interview Tino at the end of this episode and ask him a few questions:


    0:44:44 Why are you growing all this food here?
    0:45:29 Why is it so important to communicate to your plants?
    0:48:23 Why do you only minimally water and let plants fend for themselves?
    0:50:42 What don't you add compost and worm castings to your garden?
    0:54:30 Why don't you believe in using rock dust in your garden?
    0:57:37 What are your thoughts on chemical fertilizers?
    1:00:15 How can someone get ahold of you to buy vegetables or plant starts?

    After watching this episode, you will learn more about how to garden without soil amendments and fertilizer. You will also learn many helpful gardening tips including how to start seeds.

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    How to Replant a Raised Bed Garden after the Season is Over
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    Published on Dec 31, 2016
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you how he replants a raised bed vegetable garden after the season is over. You will discover the specific techniques John uses to remove plants, move plants, and keep plants in the same raised bed garden to grow more vegetables for the next season.

    First, You will learn some of the annual vegetables that grew best, as well as the ones that need to be removed, also perennial vegetables that survived the light frost.

    Next, you will discover how John removes old plants and moving plants from the raised bed vegetable garden to save them for next season.

    You will then discover the specific amendments including compost that John adds to add fertility to the raised bed garden and why he likes to include amendments such as rock dust, worm castings as well as other organic fertilizers in some cases.

    John will teach you how to not bury existing perennial plants that would be covered in the soil when topping off the soil level in a raised bed vegetable garden.

    Next, John will share how he prepares the raised bed that was just filled with compost for planting.

    You will then learn how to supercharge your plant roots by using Foundation, a Mycorrhizae root drench that can help to colonize the root zone so the plant can be more efficient at taking in nutrients.

    John will then show you his methodology for transplanting lettuce into a raised bed garden using the square foot gardening spacing and how he uses a template stick to speed up his busy work.

    Finally, John will show you the completed raised bed and share with you the final step of transplanting the newly planted raised bed garden that will survive the frost with winter vegetables.

    Referenced Videos:
    Top 5 Summer Leafy Green Vegetables in Texas and other hot climates
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Zgsfs...

    Best Soil in Texas made from Leaves and Trees
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TuvmX...

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    The ULTIMATE EDIBLE DESERT FRUIT TREE!!!
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    The ULTIMATE EDIBLE DESERT FRUIT TREE!!! https://youtu.be/0lFxcZMOZ-o

    The Saguaro Cactus is the ultimate native Arizona Desert edible plant! If the Saguaro needs 70% shade until it gets established then you know that your newly planted and baby fruit trees need shade and protection until they become established as well! ;)

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    Find Me on Snapchat & Instagram: "JakeMaceTaiChi"

    Thank you to Alyssa with Greenies Garden http://www.YouTube.com/GreeniesGarden for help videoing this episode!
     
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    How to Replant Microgreens and Watercress after Harvest
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    Published on Jan 3, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shows you how he replants hydroponic grown microgreens and watercress after harvest.

    In this episode, John shares with you how he replants hydroponic grown watercress and microgreens after they have been fully harvested.

    You will discover why he recommends replanting the crops as well as how to maximize your harvest by companion planting along with the hydroponic grown plants.

    You will learn how John is direct-seeding ashitaba seeds in this city-pickers, a self-contained, self watering container garden.

    You will learn why John chooses to replant these often-discarded plants and what to expect.

    After watching this episode, you will learn how to replant hydroponic grown plants with the roots still attached. You will also learn more about the ashitaba plant from Japan.

    Referenced Videos:
    How to Grow a Patio Self Watering Patio Garden
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zJRSj...

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    Hydroponics Store Legally Grows Medicine More Valuable than Weed aka Cannabis
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    Published on Jan 6, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to JSH hydroponics in Houston ,Texas to share with you the 100% legal crop they are growing that is more valuable for your health than Weed aka Cannabis aka Marijuana.

    In this episode, John will share with you a hydroponics store that is growing microgreens instead of Cannabis using hydroponic methods of growing.

    First, John will take you into the hydroponics store and share with you his opinions about growing with synthetic hydroponic nutrients. He will suggest ways that you can easily transition to more organic methods of growing even if using a hybrid hydroponic and organic growing methods.

    Next, you will discover a few products at the hydroponics store that can be valuable to every gardener growing an outdoor garden. You will learn about a bagged soil product and why it's Johns #1 favorite item available at many good hydroponic stores.

    You will then learn how JSH Hydroponics started growing lettuce to increase its revenue, and how they transitioned out of growing lettuce that was not so profitable into growing one of the most profitable crops that can be grown legally: Microgreens.

    John will then take you around and show you the Microgreens Grow at JSH hydroponics, aka JSH Microgreens and take you step-by-step on how they grow their microgreen vegetables at this Houston, TX hydro store.

    You will learn the specific steps on how to successfully grow microgreens for fun or profit, including: Using the best water, selecting the best varieties of seeds, and healthiest seeds, how to grow indoors without leaking water, the best soil to use to plant the seeds, how to compress your soil so you an even grow every time, how often to water your plants, how to provide the best environment for growing microgreens, the best energy efficient Lights for growing microgreens, and much much more.

    For people that want to grow microgreens at home, John will share with you a NSF wire shelf rack that is available at Costco so you can grow easily 20 flats of microgreens in just 8 square feet of floor space in your home to grow the most nutritious and beneficial food in your home in the winter or any time of year.

    Next, John will talk about the ONLY thing JSH microgreens feeds the plants besides just water and why this organic approved innoculant is important. John will also share with you his #1 recommendation on the nutrient that you should be feeding your microgreens for faster growth, more nutrition and better tasting food.

    At the end of this episode, John interviews Juan, the owner, and farmer at JSH Hydroponics. John will ask Juan the following questions:
    1:02:21 Why did you start to grow microgreens instead of Cannabis?
    1:04:37 What kind of microgreens do you grow and what are the most popular?
    1:06:00 How to best eat your microgreens?
    1:09:13 How do you help people grow their own microgreens?
    1:13:30 Do you have any final words of wisdom to share with my viewerS?
    1:14:14 How Can People Get ahold of you?

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    Open Source Compost Tea Recipe
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sTijk...

    Supersize your Vegetables with Wood Chips and Rock Dust
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MEkFF...

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    Winter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 1
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    Winter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 2
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    Published on Jan 6, 2017
    You can Sign Up for My New Seed Bank Box Here: http://www.SeedBankBox.com

    I love planting seeds in my raised bed vegetable gardens. Egyptian Spinach is one of my favorite Summertime leafy greens to plant and eat in my front and backyard garden!
    *Order Moringa Tree Seeds or Egyptian Spinach Seeds here: http://www.jakemace.com/kungfu/Garden...

    http://www.SeedBankBox.com

    Click Here to watch PART 1 of the TOUR:
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    Winter Tour of My Vegetable Garden, part 3
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    You can Sign Up for My New Seed Bank Box Here: http://www.SeedBankBox.com

    1. Click Here for My Winter Tour VIDEO 1:
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    2. Click Here for My Winter Tour VIDEO 2:
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    *Order Moringa Tree Seeds or Egyptian Spinach Seeds here: http://www.jakemace.com/kungfu/Garden...

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    Automated Indoor Vertical Grow Wall with LED Lighting + More at CES 2017
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    Published on Jan 9, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ share with you the NEWest Gardening Tech products that can help you to grow more of your own food faster and easier even if you never have grown anything in your life before. Highlights include a Grow Wall that allows you to grow up to 75 plants in just 5 square feet of space and a connected scale that will automatically water your plants so you don't have to.

    In this episode, John attends the International 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV to share with you a handful of tech gadgets introduced at this years CES that will enable you water your garden while saving water, automatically water your container plants for up to 6 months on one battery charge, and grow food indoors using automated hydroponic systems that will turn on and off the energy-saving LED lighting and control the water pumps so your plants get the proper amount of water. You will discover this and a whole lot more with the garden tech gadgets unveiled in this episode filmed at CES 2017.

    You will learn about the following items in this episode:

    01:43 Netro Wifi Connected Smart Irrigation Timer- Install this timer and it can control up to 12 stations and automatically water your garden based on the weather and other information. Pair it with up to 12 wireless solar sensors to have even more precise watering. Learn more at http://www.netrohome.com/

    10:25 Kanopy25 is a connected scale that will automatically water your plants based on soil moisture level in any container plant that weighs up to 80 pounds. All you set is the lower and upper limit for water and the kanopy25 will keep it in the range. Use your own water container and water for up to 6 months on one charge. Can control and keep track of moisture level on your connected iphone or android. Learn more at http://www.kanopy25.com/

    18:31 The Opcom Grow Box, Grow Wall, Grow Frame and Farm Cube allows you to grow food anywhere. Using energy-saving LED lighting and pumps that are computer controlled to provide water and give light to your microgreens and vegetables. The Grow Box allows you to grow 50 plants on your countertop. The Grow Wall allows you to grow 75 plants vertically on a wall, the Grow Frame allows you to grow 33 plants and the Connected Farm Cube allows you to grow up to 200 plants to supply vegetables to a restaurant or commercial operation. Get a special $100 discount on the Grow Box or Grow Wall until 1/15 with the coupon code OPCOMCES2017 at http://www.opcomfarm.com/

    32:24 The Natufia Kitchen Garden allows you to grow up to 32 plants in a "luxury" grow box that is the size of a fridge. This high-end machine is made from the highest quality materials including stainless steel, ceramic and compostable plastic. Grow Organic Herbs and Vegetables using a fully automated hydroponic system that is internet connected. Learn more at https://www.natufia.com/

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    Raised Bed Garden Tour and Tips at an Urban Homestead in LA
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    Published on Jan 13, 2017
    John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to a viewers home in Los Angeles to share with you what he has growing on in his raised bed garden in the winter time.

    In this episode, you will get a tour of the front yard and back yard of this residential tract home lot. You will discover what is growing and John will share his tips and tricks along the way. You will learn how you can improve how you are growing in raised beds to grow more food in less space.

    You will also discover the secret to composting in a 3 bin pallet pile system and learn about the one perrenial vegetable you must grow that can grow more food than a whole 4'x4' bed of kale!

    Finally, John will interview the gardener, Daniel McCollister and ask him the following questions:

    40:45 Interview Dan Mccalister Garden Graphiti
    40:58 What is your main motivation for growing food?
    41:37 What is Garden Graffiti?
    42:38 What are your favorite vegetables to plant?
    43:36 What do you do with all the food you grow?
    45:42 How were you able to succeed at making compost?
    49:00 Why do you have a sign in your front yard about gardening?
    50:58 Why are you using instagram to teach gardening?
    54:10 What is this iphone and android cropswap app you got coming out?
    57:12 How can someone attend your free gardening talks?

    After watching this episode, you will have learned some excellent tips to help you garden more efficiently, make compost as well as some techniques you can use to grow more food.
     

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