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Ron Finley plants vegetable gardens in South Central LA — in abandoned lots, traffic medians, along the curbs. Why? For fun, for defiance, for beauty and to offer some alternative to fast food in a community where “the drive-thrus are killing more people than the drive-bys.”

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Shykh Seraj is the proponent of the concept of roof gardening back in the 80s on the television media. It has now become so popular that urban and semi-urban citizens of the country are now striving to make the best out of it.

By turning a rooftop into productive growing space we combat the issues of climate change while providing fresh food. Rooftop farms come in two main forms: open-air and greenhouse – each with its own unique advantages.

Roof farms benefit the community in many ways.

A roof farm can lower the temperature of roofs and the surrounding air…

CO2 & Air Quality…

By reducing a building’s energy usage roof farms can reduce carbon emissions. Furthermore, city-produced food can decrease the energy required for transporting food to eaters, and add carbon breathing plants to the city landscape.

Increase access to fresh, healthy food…

Roof farming increases urban density by making use of a previously unused space. By adding green space in an urban area, we can increase biodiversity and provide habitat for a diversity of insects and birds.

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his top 2 ways he maintains a weed free vegetable garden.

In this episode, John shares his opinions of weeds growing in the garden and how some can be edible/useful and actually not weeds at all.

Next John will share his top 2 ways he can have a virtually weed free garden with little effort.

After watching this episode, you will learn John’s top 2 ways to have a weed free garden so you can prevent weeds before they become a big problem.

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In today’s episode we look at the California Garden int he month for November. We begin with a garden tour of our organic fruits, vegetables and herbs. We then look at the things to do for your November Garden. We learn the best time to plant a garden, especially a Winter garden. The Best California Gardens start with a nice foundation of soil so we show you how to prepare your raised bed garden soil.

We then look at the best vegetables that can be planted in the southern California garden. California just came out of a drought so make sure you follow the guidelines for watering in a drought garden as well.

This monthly garden calendar will help you organize and plant all your vegetables in California as well as around the world.

We look at harvests of avocado, the GEM avocado, bitter gourd and ivy gourd. We also look at how amendments like Azomite (Rock Dust) can be beneficial for your garden.

We round up the episode by looking at some excellent fruit plants you can buy from your local garden stores like Home Depot.

Learn how to plant a Back to Eden organic garden and grow your own food here: https://www.backtoedenfilm.com
Back to Eden Film shares the story of Paul Gautschi and his lifelong journey walking with God and learning how to get back to the simple, productive organic gardening methods of sustainable provision that were given to man in the garden of Eden. The food growing system that has resulted from Paul Gautschi’s incredible experiences has garnered the interest of visitors from around the world. Never, until now, have Paul’s organic gardening methods been documented and shared like this! You will walk away from Back to Eden Film with the knowledge of how to plant an organic garden and how to grow your own food. Back to Eden gardening is the best gardening technique!
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And the year is almost over – but there’s still lots going on in the garden : – )

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