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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits the famous longevity urban garden in Tempe, Arizona that is known for growing a 200+ fruit tree food forest in the desert southwest. In this episode, you will get a full tour of Mace’s Urban Food Forest in Phoenix, AZ. You will discover the best fruit trees you should grow in the desert that are easy, you will also learn about some of the tropical fruit trees that are commonly planted in Phoenix, that may not do so well. You will discover the difference that 3 years makes when growing a food forest and how the health of the trees and the food forest can change over time and how to prevent disease in your garden before it starts. You will learn the foliar feed that can help reverse black fungus and how to revive your trees with a foliar feed to increase the health of your plants. Finally, John will interview Pamela, the gardener, to learn more about the property, the specific challenges she has had with the garden over the past 3 years, and the changes that are happening in the garden. Jump to the following parts of the Episode: 01:44 You are a success when gardening 03:15 Don’t Grow the Super Hard Trees and Plants 06:06 Support me and Buy a GYG Tee Shirt 06:36 Backyard tour starts 07:37 You should plant Moringa in the Desert 08:587 Jujube Tree 09:11 Citrus Tree 09:38 Tangerine Tree 10:10 Tree after using Organic Treatment after a fungal attack 10:45 Side Yard – Grapes, and Community Garden in Tempe, Arizona 12:12 Microclimate that doesn’t get sun in the afternoon – Guava and White Sapote 14:04 Bigger Fruit is not always better fruit 14:59 Backyard Garden Tour […]

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  • Learn Organic Gardening at GrowingYourGreens 1 month ago

    Jump to the following parts of the Episode:
    01:44 You are a success when gardening
    03:15 Don't Grow the Super Hard Trees and Plants
    06:06 Support me and Buy a GYG Tee Shirt
    06:36 Backyard tour starts
    07:37 You should plant Moringa in the Desert
    08:587 Jujube Tree
    09:11 Citrus Tree
    09:38 Tangerine Tree
    10:10 Tree after using Organic Treatment after a fungal attack
    10:45 Side Yard – Grapes, and Community Garden in Tempe, Arizona
    12:12 Microclimate that doesn't get sun in the afternoon – Guava and White Sapote
    14:04 Bigger Fruit is not always better fruit
    14:59 Backyard Garden Tour Starts
    15:39 #1 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Date Palm
    17:45 #2 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Pecan Nut Tree
    19:32 Why there are no Almond trees at Longevity Gardens
    20:18 #3 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Mulberry Tree
    21:10 #4 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Jujube Tree
    23:05 Fig Tree with Black Spot Fungal Disease
    24:06 How to Prevent Fungal Diseases in your Garden
    25:09 #5 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Pomegranates
    26:00 Reduced Watering
    26:25 Walking thru Orchard – Carob Tree
    27:04 Curry Tree Fruit
    29:06 Guavas and No More Bananas
    29:56 If a Tree is Not Performing well, remove it
    30:24 Papaya Trees
    30:48 Aravaipa Avocado Tree Succumb to Fungal Disease
    31:58 How to treat to fungal disease
    32:49 Foliar Feed to Encourage Plant Health + Growth
    34:04 How to Increase the Health of Your Plants
    35:58 Where is the Mango Trees?
    36:50 Provide Extra Nutrients for Your plants in the Desert
    37:35 My opinions about Growing Tropical Trees in the Desert
    38:42 #6 Tree to Grow in the Desert – Barbados Cherry Tree
    39:44 Why I prefer perennial vegetables instead of Fruit Trees
    40:25 Do You Have an Amazing Leafy Greens Garden in the Summer in Phoenix I will visit!
    40:48 My Favorite Spot in Longevity Gardens
    41:26 Have a Pond Not a Lawn to promote biodiversity
    42:00 My summary of Longevity Gardens and What I would do
    42:40 Interview with Pamela Mace from Longevity Gardens
    42:50 How did this garden come to be and how you became the steward?
    43:30 What Year did you start planting in Phoenix?
    43:50 What trees did you kill when you started?
    44:50 Grow what is Easy
    45:10 How do you water all these trees?
    46:26 Why did you take out the bananas?
    48:09 What other fruit trees did you take out that don't do well in the Desert?
    50:05 What disease did you have this year that really affected your garden?
    50:49 What did you use to fight the fungus?
    42:55 the importance of foliar feeding
    53:20 What were you fertility Practices previously?
    54:087 Did you foliar feed or spray on compost tea?
    54:24 Have you used any bacterial inoculants?
    55:05 Tell me more about the Community Garden You are Starting in Tempe, Arizona
    57:40 Best Moringa Seeds to Grow in the Desert
    58:14 What products do you promote on your website
    59:05 Seed Bank Box to Get New Seeds every month
    1:00:03 What Seeds Would You get in the Seed Bank Box?
    1:02:30 What is the website to get the seeds?
    1:03:45 Any final words of wisdom you would like to share with my viewers?
    1:03:50 My Gardening tips for success
    1:04:45 Your Single Now?
    1:05:34 Do you have an email list to keep up to date
    1:06:20 What is your Youtube Channel?

  • Robert Pilkington 1 month ago

    Pams to busy getting bang by multiple men to look after a garden. Trust me I bumped her hump recently.

  • APOKOLYPES 1 month ago

    another awesome video John thnx for sharing!

  • Gutter Snipe 1 month ago

    Poor Pam in that interview, I can sense the discomfort. Never in john's videos did I immediately get the sense he was out to criticize someone.

    Also, I'm sorry but these comments are bothering me. It's as if they want Pam or Jake to change their lives based on want the audience wants. Take what information they are willing to give, and worry about your own damn garden. Also, there's little possibility of knowing what went down as far as their relationship, so it'd be appropriate to shut up.

    …. lol I like Pam's style and I'm enjoying her videos. speck of positivity

  • pahrahinc 1 month ago

    o.k. let's get with the tour and enough of the yak, yak.

  • Pamela Price 1 month ago

    Got awkward at the end. Lol.

  • Christian Piette 1 month ago

    Fish emulsion Jesus you really aren’t even close to being vegan anymore 🙁

  • sadegh cheldawi 1 month ago

    after jake the garden is being destroyed

  • Cranky Kitty 1 month ago

    What causes the fungal infections? Is it due to heat stress or lack of nutrients or heat? Didn't realize trees got these infections. Thanks!!

  • Shawn C 1 month ago

    Nice to see the garden is still going. Different, but still going.

  • sadegh cheldawi 1 month ago

    i miss jake mace garden tour

  • Chris Hansen 1 month ago

    pamela mace still looking gorgeous how much water does she require to stay healthy? hehe kidding // i think a loquat tree would do well. citrus perhaps lemon? how many seed packets in her bank box?

  • Steven 1 month ago

    I like this garden SO much more without that annoying little blond muscle shirt dweeb. Great video and Pam is great! I will be subscribing to her channel.

  • Gregory Thomson 1 month ago

    I loved the Vegan Athlete videos – they helped teach me a lot. Never thought about who was on the other side of the camera and/or his counterpart. Pamela seems like a wonderful person – doesn't love the camera as much as Jake does, but the camera does love her :-). I'm also single, and living in SoCal, and just went vegan 7 weeks ago. But no chance of me moving to Az – I can't handle that heat.

  • Kimball Layton 1 month ago

    Creepy crackpot weirdo … classless wrap-up to an incomplete story of a great place whose story changed in ways you didn’t truthfully report.

  • Bertha Soto 1 month ago

    Pam looks amazing and she is doing the best she can by herself keeping everything they had living. Some plants takes a lot of work more than is worth. Don't be so harsh on her. It was him that decided he didn't want the marriage.

  • Giuliano Supriano 1 month ago

    Jake mace the vegan athlete?

  • PengsFarm 1 month ago

    I, I, I…Pam, get real, Jake played a huge role in creating Longevity Gardens but you didn't mention him once to give him credit

  • PengsFarm 1 month ago

    You dont need to kill animals to grow your trees. Try some Boogie Brew compost tea

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