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[Total: 0   Average: 0/5]You must sign in to vote The best methods for preparing your soil for growing vegetables Video Rating: 4 / 5 Learn how to prepare & enrich the soil for a home or backyard vegetable garden in this free organicgardening video. Get beginner gardening tips & ideas. Expert: Jose Zuniga Bio: Jose’s experience with gardening comes from growing up around his grandfather, who was an avid gardener and farmer. Filmmaker: Grady Johnson Video Rating: 2 / 5

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  • Quillons1 7 years ago

    This will sound like a silly question. I’m trying to learn this as a valuable skill. I never gave fodo any real thought (particularly veggies) in regards to how they got to my plate. I know they grow in the soil but other than that, I’m a rank amateur. Do modern composts and fertilizers remove the necessity of letting a gorwing area lie “fallow”? Sorry for? asking something that may sound ridiculous but I really don’t know.

  • natureoli 7 years ago

    thanks, very informative!?

  • bones228 7 years ago

    well said! i agree with you.

  • Dreamer00JK 7 years ago

    Yet capitalism is clearly a lot? better than socialism/marxism.

  • getplanting 7 years ago

    great video! its all about? the earth! thanks for sharing!

  • Andrew Flintham 7 years ago

    Hi everyone, this is a fantastic vidio and i would like to recomend my own vidio that gives an amazing way of getting real old fashioned flavour and very high nutrition from your fruit and veg please have a look at Andrew Flinthams( amazing free seaweed secret) and please tell all your friends to have a look and subscribe to my site .

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  • koiiikiiikeikieeaa 7 years ago

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  • 420159 7 years ago

    what about lime? that’s? powder right?

  • Cris J 7 years ago

    Or instead of imposing capitalism and consumerism. ?

  • edstar83 7 years ago

    monsanto must die!!!

    That is? all.

  • Garth Wilson 7 years ago

    Nice? camerawork and editing… but don’t use fertilizer or anything powered in your veggie patch.

  • LivingGreen360 7 years ago

    hey? i like ur vids.. check out mines.

  • BobS4c4mano 7 years ago

    seems so simple, some videos make it? look complicated

  • georgesorosisgay11 7 years ago

    The schools should be teaching this instead on indoctrinating them? with socialism/marxism

  • Frederick Dunn 7 years ago

    I realize that not everyone has chickens… BUT, if you do, or have a friend who does… you can put a chicken tractor over or near your garden plot and allow the chickens to scratch up the soil, they remove all greenery and fertilize the soil. When they have everything worked over, you can then move them to another location and begin your? final garden prep and planting. Chicken tractors are even being used in cities like Boston! Check out Garden Girl TV for an example.

  • barkershill 7 years ago

    Good sound? comments , especially about perennial weed roots , which other vid makers seem not to understand. Yes compost IS easy to make , but gatherring up enough material to make suficient quantity is not so easy . Most people will have a horsey neighbour (Neigh!! Geddit?) who will let you take away manure for free, and this is probably your best chance of getting the volume you need, Dont put it on fresh though, add it to the compost heap.

  • TheNoobPube 7 years ago

    do? you need compost ?

  • dayspeace 7 years ago

    vegetables are really yummy. this are very helpful tips? for my garden.

  • merseyallot 7 years ago

    There’s nothing better than growing your own. My own? videos show an allotment as it changes month by month, doing just an hour’s work a day…. and it gets easier the more established your plot is..

  • FLAUrbanHomesteaders 7 years ago

    I like to amend the soil throughout the? season with compost tea. It’s easy to make and does wonders.

  • Ivanlamperouge 7 years ago

    This video also give me ideas and info. As a petlover, I own guinea pigs, and we know that cavies eat vegetables. Growing mg own vegetables will lessen my monthly cost for them:)?

  • grjones 7 years ago

    I love these? videos from seed to plate as a newbie gives me lots of ideas

  • Gehenna71 7 years ago

    Yea. Don’t do it this way. Used potting soil? Did you take? it to a lab to check for fungus, diseases, …. and was it good? Ok use it for seeds or fill the bottom of big containers with it.

  • Matt Leigh 7 years ago

    What an expert. “Put potting soil into dirt”? Wow, thanks!!!!

  • widershins 7 years ago

    Widershins: That was a? great video good for you!

  • eredy mreredy 7 years ago

    i? hope its not the potting soil with the white balls they are a petroleum product bad for ur fruit and veggies look it up