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Organic Gardening Using Woodchips:The Secrets In The Soil

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There is a reason why we chose for our self sustainable homestead the Back to Eden Garden method. We wanted to create a garden that not only produced well, but didnt need to be watered much, was not labor intensive, had no pests, and worked WITH nature not against it.
Hmmm we also wanted a garden WE didnt have to ADD a little this and that…and use this method and that method and use the “lets wait and see approach. WE needed a garden that would be successful the first year! WHY! Because we are off grid and WE want to our homestead to be self reliant..not a crap shot! PLUS we need to eat…not wait and see if we get some veggies or none at all!!
BTE method delivered the first year! And the beauty of the method is after three years it is now creating soil…EVERY gardeners dream!!!!
NOT all methods offer sustainble soil! soil that is created! Alot of methods you have to keep adding “stuff” year after year! UGHHH!!! Enough of the science projects!
GOD didnt GET IT wrong!
Stop looking and start thinking simple!!

Watch as Starry shares her sustainable soil…created by the BTE method! If you are a gardener and are yearning for soil that IMPROVES year after year…Take a look! BTE is a concept reflecting nature…its green..organic..and works ANYWHERE with ANY soil in a any climate because GOD knows what He’s doing!!


Ivonne j says:

I discovered your YouTube posts a few days ago and since then I have gone crazy watching everything, sort of a Starry Hilder marathon !!
They are very informative and pleasent to watch.😊
Just love your enthusiasm it is contagious.!

blessedisshegroup says:

No demonstration how to add it, nor was it mentioned how/where to get wood chips.

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sproutbliss says:

Love the train in the background. I made up my mind a few videos ago that I'd like to try the BTE method! I've never grown anything before so I am super excited.

G Garden says:

So I use a tiller now but I have started a wood chip compost pile. wood chips, grass, horse manure and garden scraps. my goal is to have good soil with no tilling, but my garden is very large so finding that amount of chips takes awhile.

Nemanja Milenkovic says:

I like you, but why do u explain stuff like your watchers are idiots, or this video is mostly for US market and they are well a bit closed minded or if u prefer stupid…

Paul Booth says:

Love the way you ya gardening with veg I'm in the uk I do the same thing I let nature do its thing I've told my son who's got a allotment and just beginning thou I've taught him over the years from when he was a child now at 30 he's doing the same thing so I've said take a look how you do things love ya vids thanks for sharing I wish uks weather was like yours lol

Carla Sings says:

Is wood chips the same thing as mulch?

Maria Flor Dayandayan says:

Hi Starry Hillder i am so blessed with your blog about the secret of the soil…i have no idea of it..but now i know…and one thing is your blog is basing on biblical method..thanks for the info..keep up the good work and two thumbs up for you…continue what you have done God will give you more strength, knowledge and wisdom,and most important of all keep on praising the Lord giving thanks to Him always the creator of heaven and earth..God bless. Flor Dayandayan here. from Philippines

M mangla says:

great video, thanks

Rich says:

Just saw some of you videos and love each of them. just stumbled across them. Guess the Lord knew I need it find them. My question is since I'm starting a garden in a new area this spring here in Indiana, do I still need to till first or just put down the wood chips then transplant my plants into the woodchips/ soil. I start my plants inside to get a head start then transplant into the garden.
Thanks. look forward to watching all your videos.

Brandy T says:

what about termites? I tried this one year and the wood chips was infested with termites and I was so afraid they would get in my house lol so I quit with the woodchips.

Lovepeacejoy says:

Thank you so much for sharing the method that works for you. I have spent a lot of money on soil, miracle grow, pots, plants and all I got was 3 grape tomatoes, one fell off, one not ripe and the bugs ate the other one ☚ī¸ Discouraging, and that was my second try. All that money wasted. Oh, I also tried one of those plastic hanging systems……..wood chips to the rescue!

JesusReallyDoesLoveYou dot com says:

It looks amazing, I can hardly wait to get started. God Bless You, Starry!!! http://www.JesusReallyDoesLoveYou.com

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