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My Favorite Organic Gardening Soil Amendments & Where to Buy in North Texas

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits DFW Organic Growing to share with you some of his favorite organic soil amendments and why they are important for your garden.

In this episode, John visits this Organic Gardening Supply store that is co-located with an Auto Body shop to share with you some of his favorite organic gardening products including soil amendments and organic fertilizers.

You will learn about some of the very products that John uses in his garden and how you can purchase them in Dallas / Fort Worth Area of North Texas.

Along the way, John will share some valuable information about these organic gardening products and how they can enable you to grow a healthier, and bigger garden.

You will learn about Rock Dust, Worm Castings, Compost Tea, Insect Frass, Organic Ant Control, Neem Oil, Dr. Earth’s Bagged Soi Products, Diatomaceous Earth, an easy to assemble raised bed garden especially for renters.

Finally, John will interview Steven, the owner of DFW Organic Growing

17:33 Interview Start
17:40 Why did you start selling organic gardening products in Dallas/Ft Worth?
19:48 What do you like to grow in the DFW area?
21:34 What is the special soil mix you used in grow bags to get amazing results?
22:45 Where do you see DFW Organic Growing in a Year from now?
24:20 Special Discount for my GYG Viewers who visit Steven at DFW Organics
25:50 What is the contact information for DFW Organic Growing so people can call before driving down?

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Referenced Episodes:
Compost Tea Vs Rock Dust: Which is Best?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FxLWGHku3es

How to Build a Raised Bed
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XoWZj3S0QTw

Doan’s Nursery in Irving, Texas
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TL37soVpC-4

Learn more about DFW Organic Growing
http://www.dfworganicgrowing.com/

Call them before driving to pick up supplies:
(817) 750-2893
Tell them You saw them on GrowingYourGreens

Comments

Ringo Star says:

John, did you ever get that farm I head you talking about about it in another video, do you plan on going live on YouTube and you can enable super chat so we can help

Anna Kissel says:

Hello! I really hope you see this message because I have a question for you: how do you look so young when you are in your sixties? I would kill to look like that in some 40 years. Is it just eating lots of fruits and veggies? Do you wear sunscreen? Do you take part in any other anti-aging practices? Thanks 🙂

Paisley Campbell says:

Like the way John makes up his own words! The Bestest.. Cute!! I've done many things John suggests. He knows what he's doing. Thanks for the dream shopping… Could never afford any of it..however, I have a really nice compost pile full of lovely worms that over 2 years became awesome soil! I mixed it with some nice store bought soil and made raised beds. I water out of a small pond that has fish and ducks, happy, happy, plants..🤗

Turtle9343 says:

I'm a customer of Steves, for the last year or so. As mentioned in the video, he doesn't have a huge stock, but he has what you need. Plus, Steve is a super nice guy, who takes all the time you want to chat about gardening. I hope this video helps him really take off.

Alex Frazier says:

Where'd you get the shirt ?!

TwiggierOyster says:

I would think fluoride would react with soil minerals to form virtually insoluble compounds ex. calcium fluoride. Also isn't there something inherently wrong with your soil if you have to keep adding an inoculant such as compost tea.

Annie Gaddis says:

Tell Steven to start a GoGundMe and share a link to this video on it!

TilDeath1776 US says:

thumbs up if u think this guy will never respond to his subscribers comments

TilDeath1776 US says:

here buy this shit. every episode is a fucking info commercial. thumbs up if you agree.

felipe hernandez says:

for real wtf this guy just like the other wart infested troll they won't say shit in person,John thank you for everything.

Heather Keenum says:

Right around the corner from our place. How exciting! Thanks for the info John.

Kyle Karl says:

What is your view of non organic plants and would they be ok the buy and start raising them organically?

David Hooshmandi says:

wow didn't know you were here in DFW! Big fan, hope I can catch you before you leave!

BracesandBoots1 says:

Soil is more important than a lot of people think. The seed you plant is basically just a set of instructions for turning soil into whatever the seed was for. Nothing physical is built with air and sunshine. Water accounts for a lot of the plant, but the physical structure is rendered from the soil itself. Poor soil laced with chemicals = sub-standard plant laced with chemicals.

Tha Muttleycrew says:

all you really need is good soil, he just technically spent 200-300 dollars just standing there, organic growing doesn't need all that, unless you are growing things not native to your area.My garden is very bountiful and all i have added is organic fertilizer, and honestly i don't like it bc of the mushroom and fungus growth of the fertilizer.

Michael Jordan says:

I bought 80lbs of crab meal this spring I have about 400sq ft of raised beds. Used it all amending. So much chitin using worm gold plus as well, Japanese beetles tasted my plants and just went next door. No more milky spore treatments, crab meal is king! 👑

Michael Jordan says:

Grow some sideburns bruh!

BlackCat2 says:

So glad to see this but I won't be driving there anytime soon. It would be 3-4 hours for me to get there. That said I end up that way sometimes… if I ever get up there again I will stop in to check it out. 🙂 I can find worm castings in my area but not much else. – Heidi

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