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Backyard Food Forest, Beyond Organic Gardening

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The Backyard Food Forest is still producing a lot of beyond organic produce. Gardening with organic methods will help guide you to big healthy harvests.

Starting a garden with chickens can be practical and beneficial. Using Permaculture techniques we can utilize the chickens inherent characteristics and use those to our advantage. Let’s work with nature along side of it, guiding it. Rather then fighting against nature.

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LAWN TO HIGH PRODUCTION FOOD FOREST: https://youtu.be/7ByAh_0CIW8

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5 TIPS FOR BUILDING HEALTHY SOIL: https://youtu.be/7-Tyz7fGeZo

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Lisa Nicholls says:

Thank you 😊

Garden 4 Life says:

With so many nutritious veggies and fruit…do you eat any meat? Just wondering…

Katherine B says:

What part of Jersey? Love your food forest.

johnny green says:

thank you james i have reposted this awesome video in our group on facebook Food forests for healing & health https://www.facebook.com/groups/361195824263441/ and our page Fruit forests & Forest gardens for healing & health https://www.facebook.com/Fruit-forests-Forest-gardens-for-healing-health-347638495382415/ please keep up the great work cheers

Paul D says:

Hey James, Paul from NY (CT transplant) I've encountered the same disappointing issues with some of my nursery trees. For the last 2 years, I've only ordered bare-roots from Dave Wilson's suppliers and Raintree (thanks for the tips on Raintree..awesome selection!) I've had some impressive peach, plum, and nectarine trees I purchased from local nurseries….and in two seasons I was hit with peach tree borers; probably due to mechanical damage! Not sure if I want to pull them to prevent further infection…? torn man, these guys are thick! Are you using dwarf or semi-dwarf rootstocks, such as the Akane apple? The garden looks marvelous.

Rose Marie prudhomme says:

I have had ‘slow starting’ gardens for 3 yrs!

Vivian Patton says:

what zone do you live in ? great yard!!!!

Tim Huffman says:

Awesomely done!

OYR Frugal & Sustainable Organic Gardening says:

The food forest is looking great, James! Looks like you and I are breaking out the flannel shirts at about the same time.

Tai Duong says:

James do you know gojiberry leave also edibles. Chinese people they make soup with it

Belamri Farida says:

this is abeautiful garden ilove it♥♥♥

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