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  • VeganAthlete 3 years ago

    Amazing EDIBLE GARDEN & TREES Using WOOD CHIPS. In this video I take you
    on a tour of my Tempe Phoenix Desert Garden and show you how I use Wood
    Chips to grow my garden and edible trees. I use wood chips for compost,
    water conservation, to boost microbial life in the soil, and for animal
    bedding. Wood chips break down into Forest Humus and create amazing
    nutrients for the plants and trees! The wood chips I’ve used in my edible
    landscape are free and delivered to my house! They also keep tree and
    plant roots cooler during the hot summer months! Please comment below and
    “Like” this video! :)?

  • joyfullyorganic 3 years ago

    Your garden is so beautiful!?

  • omar guerrero 3 years ago

    you’re doing a great job with your garden. here in southern california with
    the major drought were having,wood chips are making my job in the garden so
    much easier. i have a loquat i planted about 2 years ago, it was like 1ft
    tall, i put down some wood chips and it’s currently pushing 9 ft tall. wood
    chips are incredible!!!?

  • Kung Fu & Tai Chi Center w/ Jake Mace 3 years ago

    Love the Wood Chips – Amazing Garden!?

  • Jay Stovall 3 years ago

    Great info Jake. Just called a local landscape company, in Casa Grande,
    Epifini Landscaping. They loaded up, and dropped off a load of wood chips
    onto my driveway for free. Well, I did thank them with a couple of jars of
    homemade pickles.?

  • The Urban Farm 3 years ago

    This is an incredible transformation and job you are doing Thanks for
    making this video and sharing it.?

  • Matt Ieronimo 3 years ago

    Great videos. I live in phoenix too and just getting my garden going. Its
    great to see what is possible here even through our hot summers. Thanks for
    more useful information?

  • 1stgenmedicine 3 years ago

    Thank you Jake. Your garden videos are a joy to watch. I live in texas and
    I am slowly becoming vegan. Keep the garden vegan videos coming. love them.
    *Bow?

  • Fred Villa 3 years ago

    I think your garden is pretty cool. I am also in the east valley and have
    several raised beds. Could you list all the edibles you are growing? I
    would like to grow some different items in additon to the standard
    vegetables listed by the Arizona agriculture extension. ?

  • Jacq Davis 3 years ago

    Another great video Jake! More people should use wood chips in their
    garden~ Spread the word!?

  • Taichi Master 3 years ago

    Hey Jake, I thought this was right down your alley. But the government is
    trying to smash it. Worth a look.

    http://www.npr.org/blogs/thesalt/2014/12/15/370427441/congress-to-nutritionists-dont-talk-about-the-environment

    Ken?

  • Hudson Meek 3 years ago

    great video ?

  • Marcy RP 3 years ago

    Love your whole set up with wood chips, etc. I wanted to do that, but I’m
    in central Texas and though we do have horrendous heat and drought a lot of
    the time, when it DOES rain, I’m thinking the moisture would attract our
    native bugs and snakes. I know when LDS Prepper was in Texas he put down
    chips and later said it was the worst mistake he ever made. We didn’t have
    long to talk (at a seminar), so I don’t know if it was the reasons I stated
    or not, but as an older woman who used to be a girly-girl, I can’t deal
    with more creepy crawlers than I have to. LOL Do you ever have snakes
    using the woodchips for shelter from the heat or sun??

  • Kari Spencer 3 years ago

    Excellent, Jake. Such good info! Your garden looks fabulous.?

  • ThePhyto Athlete 3 years ago

    great video……thanks Jake!?

  • VeganAthlete 3 years ago

    Amazing EDIBLE GARDEN & TREES Using WOOD CHIPS?