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WHY No Till Gardening Works Best with living roots, Organic Vegetable gardening for beginners 101.

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WHY No Till Gardening Works Best it is Due to Living Roots all the time in the ground. Organic Vegetable gardening for beginners 101 starts here. If you have a perennial living work to keep the soil food web working all year round. My Garden Channel on you-tube will show you how with no till

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zarah doan says:

what microscope is that? It's beatiful!

Sherome Fox says:

I find this very confusing. Last year our entire garden was destroyed in a mater of 2-3 week by nematodes attacking the roots. The plants quickly died. Are these the same nematodes? Could placing hay over the garden area for a couple if years turn this around?

Jonathan Self says:

Hey bud! I love the channel and the nerdy goodness you have going on. Question for you. I have a good sized area that is covered in grass.Ultimatly, I want to turn the whole are into a food forrest but I have to go about this bit by bit. I'd like to start building soil out there while I focus on the veggie patch near me. My idea was to plant winter rye and or prairie grass out there. I had hoped to run a chicken tractor over the area over the next few years and just build great soil. I'm at a loss on how to seed such a large area without tilling up the grass. All the info I can find about green manure starts with spraying roundup or tilling. That's seems to defeat the purpose. Any ideas?

lynn whal says:

great info, i was watching the clover/ strawberry video /// was wondering where you are located??? & would these 3 cover crops work in tx sun??

Riverside Country Club says:

super cool !

Mad scientist/ farmer says:

I don’t think you have to buy any of that. Nature provides once you provide the right environment for them to thrive in.

Dacia Boehning says:

Fun video, love your excitement.

Lana Mi says:

I really enjoy watching your work with the microscope.It's the first time I see Nematodes, I had never seen before. I have learn alot, thank you so much for your hard working, understanding video!

Charles Burkhart says:

This is so great. Hope homeschoolers follow you….professor!

MRgreen says:

really enjoy watching your work with the microscope.

Patti Hayden says:

Very interesting thank you for showing and explaining how beneficial they are

adrienne nonami says:

Great video, great comments. Love this channel. Mark, have you done any videos about
carrots? Having lots of trouble with them, from start to finish. I live in Japan, clay soil here in the mountains. Wild boars, moles, bugs galore, and yes- even monkeys
plague farmers and gardeners here. Heard that there are destructive deer a few kilometers away too…… People here seem to treat their soil as a soil medium and
their gardens look sterile and bare, and the erosion is quite bad. It is ironic bcause
the father of no-till, Fukuoka Masanobu is from this area.

Donald Damron says:

Hi Mark, great video this is my second time watching it, love the live soil food web and how it works and seeing this on video is great, thanks for sharing, Don.

Gardening Rebel says:

I would like to ask a question if i may. where do you get your wood chips ? I am not trying to be difficult but if your getting those from the land fill or tree services do you realize what you maybe bringing into your garden ? I have several friends that spray for power companies and state highway departments everyday . They spray thousands of gallons of chemicals a week onto trees that the then come through and clean up. So I do you really know whats in those chips ?

Sander Van Stee says:

I know the best way to get rid of perennial grass is to cover it with plastic but what are some possible solutions on a larger scale. Closer to 50 acres

Bobos Curse says:

Mark…do you have any opinion on using a broad fork? Do you consider that the same as tilling? I'm talking about prepping a grassy area that's never been worked before.

Jeff LaPorte says:

Thank you for another great video. Time to pull out my microscope. Do you happen to know the process to extract a sample from the soil to view under a scope?

Svetla Nikolova says:

Hello! If I put saw dust and wood chips on top of grass , will the grass die and feed the new bed I am trying to make? On top of that i want to put compost leaves and hey to rot a whole year. Will that work?

imasurvivornthriver says:

AWESOME! Thanks for sharing.

Tammy Adams says:

Oh WOW that is so cool!!

KaleidoscopeJunkie says:

Those ungrateful nematodes !
You bring them notoriety and they refuse to cooperate.

Kevin Kimmich says:

I really enjoy your videos. excellent combination of science context and hands on demonstration. you're one of the best YouTube garden channels.

in the context of your approach is there any such thing as a "weed" you would tank from the soil?

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