In this quick video I show the only tool I need to till and maintain a raised garden bed. www.selfsufficientme.com
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Houston, Texas to visit his friends place where he installed a raised bed garden using FREE plastic produce crates. In this video you will get the 8 month later update showing you how the crops have grown in plastic crates and what plants survived and thrived. Furthermore, you will discover what new fall/winter plants will be planted in the garden and the basics of how to add an automatic drip irrigation system to your raised bed garden. In addition, you will learn about the easy tumbling composter that was installed and a unique low-budget method for sifting your compost to further build your soil. After watching this episode, hopefully you will be inspired to start a raised bed garden today to grow more food because it really is that easy.
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for a 44 pound bag of granular. (a bit expensive).
You may also want to mail order from
to get it delivered to YOUR DOOR for a little over a pound for the micronized (I recommend OVER the granular)
Watch the ORIGINAL how to build a FREE Plastic Crate raised bed garden:
Without all the struggle of tearing pallets apart which can be extremely difficult. Annnnnd, using materials that are little to no cost. Pallets n cardboard, Free. Branched n leaves, Free. Soil n fertilizer, cheap. Deck screws, cheap. Paper plates, really cheap. Tools needed are and electric saw and electric drill, borrowed. I basically just used items around my house and yard for this project n bought a couple of cheap things to throw it together. The tote was old and already had the bottom broke out of it, so its perfect. I hope you guys enjoyed my little project and there will be lots more of these gardening videos throughout this year, I’m so excited!!! Be sure to drop a comment below n tell me what you think.
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In order to build a raised garden bed, it’s important to clear all of the weeds and to use a rototiller. Avoid walking on a raised bed so that roots remain undisturbed by following the advice of an organic farmer in this free video on gardening and horticulture.
Expert: Jarrett Man
Bio: Jarrett Man created and runs Stone Soup Farm, an organic vegetable and fruit operation in Belchertown, Mass.
Filmmaker: EquilibrioFilms Jenn