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A step by step walk through, on how to set up your organic vegetable garden.

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Becky Collins says:

Very helpful tips !!!!!!
A step by step walk through, on how to set up your organic vegetable
garden….

#organic #organicfood #vegetables #organicvegetables
#organicgardening #tips #organicvegetablegarden 

Chris Coppola says:

I would love to do something like this but I cant even grow me own friggin
hair properly.

Chris Coppola says:

why is it all of a sudden everyone o Youtube are using these upside down
question mark icons in their sentences? is it a case everyone is
conspiring against me and making plans when im not their. omg?

Angela Santangelo says:

Thank you for taking the time and posting this helpful video. I’m very new
to gardening. But I am very excited!!! Thank you! Angie

Allripe - DIY Food Assessment says:

Some cool tips on growing vegetables by @workwithnature: Organic Gardening
– Top Ten Tips / How to grow vegetables / How To Grow episode #growing
#gardening #tips

Mary O'Brien says:

Great tips, thank you!

Kenney Madsen says:

I didn’t know that wolverine was into organic farming

Sheds Direct says:

Growing fruits and vegetables seems to be very overwhelming to everyone. We
all perceived that gardening is considered as a self-sufficiency strategy
and it saves a lot of money. Hence, I strongly agree with these tips and
techniques. I believe that this video is a big help to us.

Andy Delu says:

Love the walk trough!

Garden Sheds Kent says:

Having a very productive vegetables are quite gratifying! Organic gardening
is really good because it will give a very good quality of crops besides it
doesn’t destroy any forms of nature. In terms of gardening, using an
organic materials really helps a lot. I appreciate your great deeds!

SUSI SISTEM says:

Please write me what kind of soil we have? I know on my language but I
don’t know on English so it is very difficult for me to understand. Thank
you

Going Green Gardening Services says:

check out this video to help get you started!

Shony Kelet says:

Wonderful channel,sharing it on my Facebook and on my educational blogs
too,thank you !

Kazuya Kobayashi says:

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Grow episode

Mary O'Brien says:

Helpful tips on setting up an organic vegetable garden!
Organic Gardening – Top Ten Tips / How to grow vegetables / How To Grow
episode

Zamara Montalvo says:

Very helpful tips !!!!!!
A step by step walk through, on how to set up your organic vegetable
garden….

#organic #organicfood #vegetables #organicvegetables
#organicgardening #tips #organicvegetablegarden 

Chi Sasa says:

Organic Gardening – Top Ten Tips / How to grow vegetables / How To Grow
episode

Silber SURFER says:

Organic Gardening – Top Ten Tips / How to grow vegetables / How To Grow
episode

420Homestead says:

yes the frogs come and go but just the other night i there were 3 big bull
frogs in it.

Work With Nature says:

I would think yes, but I never lived there. Should be similar in most ways
though. David. .

Richard Barksdale says:

Alright, I like the gardening tips here much appreciated! I was wondering
if you do any compost tea methods and if so make a video to sure methods
..Thanks again !! I will also be trying to post some video’s from my
gardening ..miss-happes lol see ya..

amorfini498 says:

Very informative

Work With Nature says:

Not to worry, things will improve as the soil gets better. Did you loosen
the soil real well and take out the stones?

Work With Nature says:

Jeepers 🙂 That’s great. It’s nice when things work out 🙂

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Saeid Momtahan says:

Great video. A couple of questions. I have a garden with about 120 fruit
bearing trees. THe soil is almost entirely made up of clay. We’ve
traditionally we always tilled the soil every year, but I want to get into
no till gardening. Can I use Straw for mulch to condition my soil? I guess
that’s just one question (-: Thanks and greetings from Shiraz, Iran

Work With Nature says:

Tell us where you live. Maybe someone is in your area 😉 Otherwise start a
community garden in your area. It is easier then it sounds. Best wishes
David.

Naturally Healthy says:

Great video as usual i also use rainwater that i collect in 2 x IBC’s just
think the chemicals in tap water is killing the good bacteria in the
ground. What part of the country are you from?

SuperExtremeLiving says:

Good Video…

Work With Nature says:

Ah cool you have at least found a way to clean the water up 🙂 We are lucky
we have a well drilled. So it’s working out alright. You can never worry
about lack of rain here 🙂 It’s just been winter all summer this year. Mad
really.

Work With Nature says:

Hey thanks man. You are very welcome. Glad you liked it. Must come over and
take a peek at your videos 🙂

Work With Nature says:

No prob hey 🙂 Glad to help. As for the mycorrhizal fungi, I covered that
topic in other videos in the past. They are the best thing you can have in
your vegetable beds, but are usually missing or not well established due
to, to much digging. You can buy the spores and add them to the seeds
before you sow. Cheers. Best wishes David.

April NewToRaw says:

Ok thanks.

MrMac5150 says:

Cheers

Work With Nature says:

That’s a real permaculture way of gardening 🙂 At what time do you let them
in the garden. Do they eat the very small plants or are they OK.

Sanju Sadanandan says:

Great tips my friend. I live in the middle east and started doing some
gardening here. It’s turning out to be real fun. Thank for the help.

barkershill says:

Definetly a thumbs up! I too am a no digger, I mulch mainly with well
rotted stable manure which seems to bring good result also agree about
digging the “no dig” garden in its first year and that it takes several
years to get to full productivity. One question though….. Any tips for
growing good brussels sprouts mine all seem to “blow” every year regardless
of what I do , I have read that you must plant them in realy firmly , but
this has made no difference

troyb0509 says:

Can someone give me any information how how to start off gardening as a
volunteer or an entry job? I’d like to work with plants somehow but I don’t
know how to begin.

Skeetor43 says:

He may come off as crazy, but I see no incorrect statements. You may want
to investigate Monsanto and the fact that Obama just signed legislation to
prevent them from being sued. Allot of evil shady stuff is going on. Bees
dying off, genetic pollution, corporate controlled government (EPA) are not
going to change by just keeping your nose in your garden. Apologies for
spreading bad news on a nice video….

Work With Nature says:

Sure will post them to you when they are ready, just personal message me
your address 🙂

Work With Nature says:

Yes probably 🙂 Worms have a mild urine.

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