How To Prevent Transplant Shock, Food Forest Gardening Tip, Back To Eden Wood Chip Method

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To prevent transplant shock when planting in the garden or food forest, their are a few important tips to consider. Organic gardening with wood chips can make things a lot easier for you, but without these few tips the wood chips can be working against you rather then for you. The food forest is covered in a thick wood chip mulch, similar to the back to eden method, which allows me to plug annuals into the garden wherever there is enough light and space.

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MsLallie says:

Great video! This is my 1st year doing back to eden gardening, so I'm looking forward to starting all over for next year.

Petals on the Paving Slabs says:

good tip about hardening, it's something I know but often forget to do! great video, thank you.

Pistachio says:

Dude it's a wonderful climate you're living in, and you are for sure making the most of it!
I enjoy your videos a lot, very informative!

M'Lady's Simple Elegance says:

•°• Tuck!! •°• <3

…and, thankies for all your vids. 😀

Henry Tallugan says:

I love ur plants n figs.. just wishing to have figs ..pls help

Kelly Scott says:

The red Russian Kale is my favorite. It may not do well in your area though, it prefers very cold temps.

Roland Samora says:

do u think itd be a good idea to add a little bit of a green/nitrogenous material on the wood chips,but not too much?i mulch my plants with dead leaves and im not sure if putting a little bit of banana peels or something nitrogenous like that on the leaves around the plant is a good idea.i know too much can burn the roots.

Aj Berning says:

Red Russian kale! Stems arent near as bitter!

Palmetto Paratrooper says:

Your videos have always been filled with great info man, but the overall video quality is top tier these days. Keep it up bro.

Vaughn Malecki says:

I just started harvesting some myself. I believe the other one I have is premier. I wasn't that big on it the first year but the second year it grew faster and tastes better. I have a couple that over wintered in Michigan.

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Marsha Balderrama says:

You have beautiful soil. I need need need wood chips.

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ArmindaHeart says:

Thanks for this! And your soil is amazing! My back to Eden garden has been in place for three years now and it is finally starting to create good compost to work with. Excited every time I take back the top mulch layer!

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