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How To Grow Hops

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How To Grow Hops

How To Grow Hops

Hops is a plant that’s essential to brewing beer but it’s also a beautiful ornamental accent for the garden I’ll show you how to plant them. Hops are native to Europe, Asia and North America. The plants are hardy in USDA zones 3 to 8. They like deep sandy loam soil the best and they […]

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How to Use Shade Fabric & Protect Your Plants from the Extreme Summer Heat

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How to Use Shade Fabric & Protect Your Plants from the Extreme Summer Heat

How to Use Shade Fabric & Protect Your Plants from the Extreme Summer Heat

Plants love the sun, in fact, they need the sun to live. However, too much sun can cause problems like sunburn and other things that are bad for your plants Fortunately shade fabric was designed to filter light instead of blocking it out completely. Shade fabric can help protect your plants from the burning scalding […]

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July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

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July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

July Gardening Checklist: 15 Tips to Keep Your Organic Garden Going in the Dead of Summer

It’s July and it’s hot in my garden. I’m glad I did most of the heavy work but there are still some things I’m going to do in July and I’ll share those with you. July is a time to top off the non fruiting canes that are shooting up from your blackberry bushes. Mulch […]

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Amino Acid Organic Fertilizer Increases Yields and Will Not Burn Plants

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Amino Acid Organic Fertilizer Increases Yields and Will Not Burn Plants

Amino Acid Organic Fertilizer Increases Yields and Will Not Burn Plants

John: This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today, I have another exciting episode for you and I’m coming at you from my front yard garden. I just got done planting out, I don’t know, man, probably like about a hundred pepper plants in each bed. I spaced them probably about 12 inches apart. We got […]

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Drip Irrigation-Part 3-Using Drip Tape

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Drip Irrigation-Part 3-Using Drip Tape

Drip Irrigation-Part 3-Using Drip Tape

Welcome to part 3 of how to assemble a drip irrigation system. Today we’re going to show you how to install the most popular drip irrigation, drip tape. If you haven’t watched part one yet be sure and do so because that will tell you how to get the water from your water source to […]

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Accessible Wheelchair Elevated Raised Bed Container Garden from Start to Finish

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Accessible Wheelchair Elevated Raised Bed Container Garden from Start to Finish

Accessible Wheelchair Elevated Raised Bed Container Garden from Start to Finish

This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com today I have another exciting episode for you, I’m going to be doing a garden install! You might be thinking “John, if you’re doing a garden install why are you outside Orange County Farm Supply?” Well, that’s because before any garden install you have to pick up the supplies […]

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I Gave In And Bought Compost

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I Gave In And Bought Compost

I Gave In And Bought Compost

The word compost is a bit confusing, as it can mean two different things, both of which can be really important when managing a vegetable garden or a growing space. There is the growing medium or potting compost that is used as a soil substitute for starting seedlings or for growing plants in pots, and […]

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Tropical Permaculture Fruit Forest Feeds Off Grid Family

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Tropical Permaculture Fruit Forest Feeds Off Grid Family

Tropical Permaculture Fruit Forest Feeds Off Grid Family

Alright! This is John Kohler of Growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you, and this is super special, exciting episode for you guys because I’ve been waiting literally for years to do this episode at my friend’s place. And this trip to Maui I’m actually doing it for you guys, this is definitely […]

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How to Utilize Birdhouses in Your Garden

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How to Utilize Birdhouses in Your Garden

How to Utilize Birdhouses in Your Garden

Hi, I’m Tricia, an organic gardener. I grow organically for healthy and safe food supply, for clean and sustainable environment, for an enjoyable and rewarding experience. In addition to the flowers blooming, a sure sign of spring is when the song birds return. Give them a comfy home in your garden by putting out some […]

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SuperSize Your Vegetables with Wood Chips & Rock Dust in Your Garden

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SuperSize Your Vegetables with Wood Chips & Rock Dust in Your Garden

SuperSize Your Vegetables with Wood Chips & Rock Dust in Your Garden

>>JOHN: This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com, another exciting episode for you and this is one I’ve been looking forward to for a long time. So I’m here at the very site where about a year ago I filmed a video entitled Amazing Permaculture Garden and for those guys that haven’t seen it be sure […]

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