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  • 06:52 Harvesting & Processing Echinacea

    Harvesting & Processing Echinacea

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  • 08:54 Popular What does 6" empty garden space cost you?

    What does 6" empty garden space cost you?

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    I know how every square inch in my garden contributes to more food on my plate. Because Irun calculations like "How much is that empty 6" space in my garden worth in groceries?" Turns out it's quite a bit. If you're looking for the Register button mention

  • 04:44 Popular How to Make Leaf Mold: Turn Fallen leaves into gardener's gold

    How to Make Leaf Mold: Turn Fallen leaves into gardener's gold

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    Leaf mold is made from decomposed leaves and is one of the best soil improvers you can treat your garden to. In this short video we’ll show you how to make your own leaf mold and use it to produce an abundant supply of soil improver, mulch, compost

  • 01:19 Popular Wild Ginger - Easy Herbal Medicine with Susun Weed

    Wild Ginger - Easy Herbal Medicine with Susun Weed

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    Wild ginger (asarum canadense) is an important midwives plant and used to help move the birth along. It is rarely used, and only in special cases. Join Susun for a weekly virtual weed walk. 'Easy Herbal Medicine & Natural Remedies in under 30 minutes

  • 05:11 How to harvest Courgette Squash

    How to harvest Courgette Squash

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  • 05:30 Popular Jujubes: The Perfect DROUGHT Fruit? No Watering!

    Jujubes: The Perfect DROUGHT Fruit? No Watering!

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    These trees have were planted years ago, and haven't been regularly watered for at least the last 4 years, during the severe drought we had in California. However, these JuJube Trees are still LOADED with delicious, fresh fruit. These trees THRIVE in hot,

  • 03:35 Popular Easy Banana Peel Fertilizer For Gardens

    Easy Banana Peel Fertilizer For Gardens

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    you will never throw away banana peels after watching this banana peels are a rich source of nutrients your plants crave - Potassium, phosphorus, and calcium, along with a host of other minerals your plants need. See more here: https://goo.gl/BVIU4G banan

  • 21:03 Popular Too Expensive to Grow Your Own Food?

    Too Expensive to Grow Your Own Food?

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    So "they" say growing your own food or building a raised bed vegetable garden is a waste of money and too expensive to be worth it? Well, I disagree... :) Support me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/selfsufficientme Help support the Channel and buy a T

  • 10:35 Popular Starting & Planting Your Fall Lettuce & Pea Container Garden: Cool Weather Vegetables!

    Starting & Planting Your Fall Lettuce & Pea Container Garden: Cool Weather Vegetables!

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    I show you how to start and plant a basic cool weather lettuce and pea garden. I cover seed starting, planting and fertilizing. (Limited) 5$ Seed Packs: Key Word Search Trg57 at My Seed Shop - https://www.therustegarden.com Direct Link to (Limited) $5 See

  • 03:38 Popular 6 Ways to Extend Your Harvests

    6 Ways to Extend Your Harvests

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    Pickings from fruiting and pod-producing vegetables such as beans and tomatoes are plentiful during the summer months, but as summer wanes so can the harvests. It’s easy to start to neglect your prolific crops when they’re no longer at their p

  • 08:37 Popular What is Purslane?  A Secret, Scrumptious Superfood!

    What is Purslane? A Secret, Scrumptious Superfood!

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    Who knew? Well, foragers for centuries have known, but since discovering it, it has become my favorite Sidewalk Superfood! Purslane / Pigweed / Little Hogweed / The Buttocks of the Wife of the Chief . . . whatever you know it as, it is worth learning abou

  • 09:32 Popular Prevent Weeds with a Weed: Lambsquarters (and eat it too)

    Prevent Weeds with a Weed: Lambsquarters (and eat it too)

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    Suburban Homestead S2EP14 Here's a crazy idea: why not use a weed to prevent other weeds in the garden. Lambsquarters is an edible weed that is perfect for that. I found this out by serendipity but this is a interesting concept to try in your organic vege

  • 11:39 Popular Hydrogen Peroxide & Baking Soda Home Remedies for Garden Tomato Plant Diseases: Mix, Routine, Theory

    Hydrogen Peroxide & Baking Soda Home Remedies for Garden Tomato Plant Diseases: Mix, Routine, Theory

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    Here are two natural home remedies you can use on your garden tomato plants to manage diseases like 'Leaf Spot' and 'Early Blight'. I show you how to use 3% Hydrogen Peroxide and Baking Soda sprays to treat and manage garden tomato diseases. I go over the

  • 06:21 Popular THIS Is What Corn Is Supposed To Look Like !!!

    THIS Is What Corn Is Supposed To Look Like !!!

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    If you understand the history of where the traditional yellow starchy corn variety came from, you will know that THIS is what corn is supposed to look like. Not the yellow corn most people are used to.

  • 02:07 Popular How to Store Garden Mint | Gardening Hints & Tips

    How to Store Garden Mint | Gardening Hints & Tips

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    This is my method of how to store mint for use later in the year. My passion is gardening whether it's vegetables, fruit, herbs or flowers. Videos follow my journey in-and-out of the garden. Check out my blog http://www.diaryofaukgardener.com For more gar

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