[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Las Vegas, NV to share with you a viewers urban homestead that is growing fruits and vegetables in the Las Vegas desert. In this episode you will get a full tour of this urban homestead, including many of the different edible crops growing. You will discover some of the techniques that were used to make this a bountiful, and productive garden. You will learn how to quickly and easily dig a 3’x3′ foot hole into hard desert soil, how they start their seeds and transplants, how to plant two fruit trees in one hole, some of the best nutrients you can add to your garden, and so much more. You will also discover how standard EMT electrical conduit was used to make garden structures such as a bird netting frame, hoophouse frame and even a trellis. After watching this episode you will learn alot about starting and growing your own urban homestead so you can supply you and your family with a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Learn more about April and her husband at: http://artisticgardener.wordpress.com/ Video Rating: / 5
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