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   Jun 30

How much Food can you grow in your Backyard? They’re Growing 6,000 lbs. in their Urban Homestead! Must Watch Video

The typical backyards of America usually have a lawn area, some flower beds and perhaps a small garden plot. Did you know with the typical area of American backyards you can grow most of your food and cut your grocery bills way down. Watch how this family who live on 1/10 acre located just 15 […]

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   Jun 30

Wide Row Gardening for Intensive Gardening

I started experimenting with wide row gardening after listening to Lois Hole speaking and encouraging us to try it. I started with patches of carrots and patches of lettuce. I picked up the book “Garden Way’s Joy of Gardening” and became totally inspired to do more wide row gardening adding huge pea patches,arugula and rhubarb […]

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   May 14

All about Square Foot Gardening

  Square Foot Gardening Method – Sow & Dipity What is Square Foot Gardening? It’s a garden method that allows you to grow a lot of food in a small space. A typical size is 4’ x 4’ but you can adjust the size as big as your space will allow. Use any type of […]

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   Apr 12

Limited Space? Try Vertical Growing

Grow 53 Plants in 4 Sq Ft with a Garden Tower Vertical Container Garden Watch this and learn the benefits and how to set up the Garden Tower so you too can grow a vegetable garden in a limited amount of space.    Get your Guide for growing Beautiful vertical gardens,container gardens and garden towers […]

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   Mar 03

Wild Farm – “….the boundary between…tame and wild, exists only in the imperfections of the human mind” – Aldo Leopold

“….the boundary between…tame and wild, exists only in the imperfections of the human mind” – Aldo Leopold Wait! People ask when I say I am starting a wild farm: isn’t that an inherent contradiction? Isn’t “wild” the opposite of “farmed”? An Article from Foodtank at: http://foodtank.com/news/2014/02/a-wild-farm Every farm exists in a wild landscape, and is […]

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   Feb 26

Tips and Inspiration to Grow a Bounty of Food in Pots, Tubs, and Other Containers!

Growing in Containers allows you to use spaces for growing where there isn’t access to the soil and take advantage of different micro climates. Plus they can be very portible to take them in and extend the growing season!       John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to a viewers home to […]

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