[Total: 0 Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote “A short film on turning around worst case scenarios of soil in the world, turning them into a (mycelium-rich) garden. The heavily salty desert around the even more heavily salty Dead Sea in Jordan becomes a garden–without pumping in extra water or artificial fertilizer/herbicides. “We could green the entire Middle East in this way,” Geoff Lawton says in the film. Permaculturist Lawton notes that nearby degradative and self-destructive farms burn away the secret that could save their soil. The degradative farms burned off so-called ‘waste from agriculture’ and turned it into easily erodible and easily-lost ash because they were ignorant of what to do with it. For the permaculturist, these so-labeled wastes were a key feature of creating their oasis of desalinated soil in the desert, without adding any water artificially and just working with what they had to create solutions for everything. If you can green the Middle East in two years without synthetics and without working with expensive high-tech issues, it is truly miraculous.” Quoted from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ra89Y3WefQ Presented under Fair Use for educational purposes only. All rights preserved with the originators. Video Rating: / 5 John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to a FrontYard and Back Yard Garden in Las Vegas to show you the varieties of Vegetables that are growing through the winter time. In this episode you will learn how you can open your front door to food by growing food in place of your front lawn. In addition, you will learn about many of the varieties of vegetables you can grow during the fall and winter in Las Vegas and similiar climates. To visit Leslie’s channel visit: http://www.youtube.com/user/LeslierDoyle/videos?view=0 Video Rating: / 5
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