If you have an organic vegetable garden you need to add nutrients to replace the nutrients the plants remove from the soil as they grow and produce fruit. Traditional organic gardeners add bone meal, blood meal, epsom salt, fish fertilizer, seaweed extract, organic fertilizers, etc. I show side-by-side comparisons of the same crop grown in a traditional organic garden, a Back to Eden garden and a Mittleider organic garden. The difference is shocking. RESOURCES: – Natural Mineral Fertilizer: growfood.com – Step-by-Step Mittleider Gardening Course: growfood.com – Join the Mittleider Facebook Group: facebook.com Video Rating: 4 / 5
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