John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers your organic gardening questions including: How do you deal with pressure drop in your drip system? how to grow delicious figs? what growing zone are you? Should you plant your summer crops now? is PDZ like rock dust and much, much more.
John will answer the following questions at the following times:
01:55 How do I deal with pressure drop with my drip system emitters?
04:22 Do you know about winter squash and pumpkins?
05:59 Do you garden for the good food or the amazement of the plant growth?
09:38 What are the most nutritious vegetables to grow indoors in a small space?
12:20 Any tips on growing delicious figS?
14:28 When growing peppers do you prune them?
15:45 How is the aquajet irrigation system holding up?
19:09 What organic fertilizer makes the best tasting peppers?
20:44 What Gardening Zone are you in?
21:45 You used to recommend sea-90 for remineralization. Do you still?
23:39 I’m going to work with coconut Chris, what are thoughts?
35:38 Should I plant my summer crops now?
27:92 Is PDZ like rock dust?
28:00 Any tips on growing Tree Collards?
29:50 If I put fruits and veggies in my compost bin, will it compost?
31:52 Do you separate organic and conventional produce when composting?
33:50 Can you plant seed and water them?
35:40 Are you for hire to set up greenhouses?
39:40 What do you think about hose filters for gardening?
42:06 till or no-till?
After watching this episode, you will learn John’s answers to these questions, and probably learn a few things along the way as well.
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This year, we are expanding the garden and reconfiguring some of our organic growing space, and part of that was putting in new raised beds. In this video, I show the transplant process for our hops, strawberries, grapes and kiwis and share the method I use in the construction and soil composition of our raised beds.
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