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Permaculture in the Desert

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Permaculture in the Desert

Permaculture in the Desert

My name is Abla. I came from Amman, originally I’m a Palestinian refugee, one of the Palestinian refugees. And I used to be a literature teacher. Then I quit teaching for many reasons. To be honest, I tried a lot for many years to buy land and because it’s very expensive in Amman. I find […]

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Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

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Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

Creating an Endless Supply of Salad over Summer with Minimal Effort

– So, I wanna talk about salads in this video and how to kind of get an endless supply of salad from late spring through to early autumn. This is basically aimed at if you’re just starting to grow vegetables, this is a nice little challenge that you can do but the great thing is […]

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Food Forests – Farm to Fork Wyoming

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Food Forests – Farm to Fork Wyoming

Food Forests – Farm to Fork Wyoming

(whimsical music) – [Woman With Glasses] We decided we would try and develop a food forest here in Sheridan. – [Narrator] In Sheridan and Casper, there are a couple of projects that offer a departure from our hyper-productive food system. – So, the idea was to get food naturally in a setting that would make […]

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Comment se protéger les mains au potager, jardin, les gants de jardin YARDS HANDS Provence Outillage

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Comment se protéger les mains au potager, jardin, les gants de jardin YARDS HANDS Provence Outillage

Comment se protéger les mains au potager, jardin, les gants de jardin YARDS HANDS Provence Outillage

Les travaux de jardin peuvent abîmer les mains. Sans gant, on se salie vite les doigts. Mais les gants traditionnels ne protègent pas assez Mais nous avons la solution ! Les gants Yard Hands® indispensables pour vos travaux au jardin. Avec les gants Yard Hands® et leurs griffes de jardinage intégrées très pratiques, vous pourrez […]

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Dealing with Drought in Ireland

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Dealing with Drought in Ireland

Dealing with Drought in Ireland

The weather so far this year has been really weird. We had snow in March, and then we had a cold, long, wet spring, and then suddenly it was warm and dry, with a heatwave thrown in. Since march, the weather here in Ireland has been quite similar to what I grew up with in […]

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Grow Together: the Permaculture Gardening group

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Grow Together: the Permaculture Gardening group

Grow Together: the Permaculture Gardening group

My name is Claire, I volunteer on this project which is called Grow Together. Which is a project run by Hyde Park Source and Forward Leeds as a joint project. It’s been running since June 2016, so nearly, a bit more than half a year. And, it’s winter now so we’re excited to get a […]

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Review of 2017 – The RED Gardens Project

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Review of 2017 – The RED Gardens Project

Review of 2017 – The RED Gardens Project

As I’m beginning to prepare for the coming growing season, I thought I’d take this opportunity to share an overview of how all of my gardens and explorations worked out last season. Overall, 2017 was a good year for the RED Gardens Project, despite feeling a frustration that I wasn’t able to achieve everything that […]

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August Vegetable Garden Tour 2019 | West Coast Gardener

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August Vegetable Garden Tour 2019 | West Coast Gardener

August Vegetable Garden Tour 2019 | West Coast Gardener

hey guys in this video I’m going to do an August garden tour for my vegetable garden. Hello and welcome back my name is Robyn and I am the West Coast gardener today let’s do an August garden tour lots of things are exploding in the garden, they’re growing like crazy I’m pulling them out […]

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Not in Your Grocery Store #1: Good King Henry (Preserving Food Biodiversity)

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Not in Your Grocery Store #1: Good King Henry (Preserving Food Biodiversity)

Not in Your Grocery Store #1: Good King Henry (Preserving Food Biodiversity)

One of the many things we enjoy about having our own vegetable garden is the opportunity to grow new and sometimes rare crops that you probably won’t find in your local grocery store. We typically look for crops that are easy to grow, prolific, nutritious, and resistant to pests and disease. Though it can be […]

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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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