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  • lheartlondon
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    thanks, yeah i’m? just thinking of him. i don’t know what i would do if i couldn’t garden. i did watch almost all of your videos and i remember you asking him one time what he would want if he could get anything and he said his mobility back (i believe that was your videos) i’ve watched every paul vid i can get my hands on. he’s awesome! so r u thanks for the vids.

  • Ed Ray
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    So he grows 2 types of kale (from what I have heard in the clips and movies), Russian and Lacinato…which is another name for the dinosaur kale. Excellent.? Thanks for double checking the next time you visit…there may be others. So much yet to learn!

  • Ed Ray
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    It’s video #12, Pest Control, at about 2:30 minutes. He has farmers visiting asking about why? he has no mud and then continues to talk about some type of Kale about 4 foot tall. I think he says something like Los A… Kale?

  • L2Survive
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    I’m not sure which video you saw that in. If you remember give me the name and a time stamp and I will listen to it. If not, I will add it to the? list.

  • L2Survive
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    I don’t know if Paul has MS. In all of the times I have been there, it never occured to me to ask. I think he let it slip once but, I never paid any attention to it. It does take him more time to move? around his garden but, he is never in a hurry. I have asked him if I could help him with one thing or another but, he never takes me up on it. I might have caught it on film in one of my videos or I could be saying that to get you to watch all of them. Either way, I hope you find out.

  • Ed Ray
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    Love the vidoes Thatnub. Question: Paul grows? 3 types of Kale: Dino, Russian, and a third. I can’t quite pick out the 3rd type he mentioned in this video. Do you know what it is?

  • lheartlondon
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    paul is a nice man. does he have ms? he seems to walk slow and stiff. how does he garden when he looks like he can’t bend. anyways, thank you for the videos and the priceless info. i? feel like everything you’re taught about gardening by the “experts” goes dead against nature and i always my whole adult gardening life thought wood chips would be good to put down, but i was always told no. i also feel compelled to DIG IN my wood chip dust to kinda cheat and get that water lovin wood dust down

  • Helioforge
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    Absolutely! My cat catches moths and grasshoppers all the time, so much so that we are running out of them in the garden,? which might start affecting the mantisses that are getting huge this time of year!

  • nocogarden
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    the borrows of moles play a big part. their borrows allow moisture and roots to penetrate deeply in the soil. when they chew the roots of plants they promote root? division.

  • Jackiepoodle1
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    Thank you so much for taking the time to do this video and thanks to Paul for his time and willingness to share. We got 3 loads of mulch last week! We are so? excited to get everything set up and ready to plant.

  • docsimonson
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    I hope Paul gives over some prayer time to the issue of deer, rabbits and? voles. It would be nice to understand what they are all about! I’ve got no understanding there myself.

  • cobyteune
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    I just started this year with my back to Eden garden, so to speak. Since I have started with woodchips I have snails everywhere. Never had that much. But I was already full of convidence that they will stop eating my crop, when the earth will get healthy in the comming years. And Holland is a very wet country.
    Also I have a lovage and it had so much? lice, but I put a lot of rock duston the earth around the plant and in no time all the lice were gone!
    Blessings to you !!!

  • BigggRoss
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    It’s good to see that he is so willing to do? these interviews with you and share what he knows and has learned over time. Thank you for taking the time to see him and share with the rest of us.

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