Aiko visits her ojiisan’s (Grandpa’s) vegetable garden, where he grows soramame (broad bean), naganegi (leek), piiman (green pepper), naganegi (onion), kyuuri (cucumber), suica (watermelon), okura (okura) and jagaimo (potato). Her ojjisan drives 13km to get to his garden plot that he rents outside of Tokyo city in the prefecture of Chiba. Aiko then cooks and eats the soramame.
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Join Robert Norris, Associate Professor and Associate Botanist at UC Davis, as he discusses home vegetable gardening. Topics include tools needed, recommended reading, ground preparation, planting dates, selection of varieties, and seed planting depths. Series: “California Master Gardener Lecture Series” [7/2002] [Science] [Agriculture] [Show ID: 6675]
Want a weed free vegetable garden? This weed fabric provides a natural weed control. This is a follow up to our weed barrier video we did here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pzB9F0o7X3k&index=21&list=PL1175375BBAD3FF0A
I believe this is considered organic weed control, either way, its a great weed fabric to keep down weeds.
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After the growing season has ended, the next thing you’ll need to do is winterize your soil for vegetable gardening. Find out about winter soil preparation for vegetable gardening with help from a classically-trained chef with experience in both World class restaurants and private dining companies in this free video clip.
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers your organic gardening questions including : What veganic fertilizer would you use for growing a citrus tree in a container? How do I get your tree collards? Are coconut fiber sheets the same as coconut fiber lining? What should I treat wine boxes with so I can grow in them outside? How do you grow in the Hot Summer in Austin, Texas and much more..
John will answer the following questions at the following times:
02:43 What are the invertebrates used with aquaponics?
03:24 How do I get tree collards?
06:02 Have you ever used hugelkultur or Takakura Composting?
10:35 Are coco fiber sheets the same as coco fiber lining?
12:05 How should I treat wooden wine boxes to grow in outside?
13:37 What kind of watering system should install to grow tree collards?
14:57 Veganic Fertilizer for Container Citrus Tree?
21:12 What advice do you have growing in the summer in Austin, Texas?
25:00 Have you ever considered beneficial predatory mites?
27:38 How about a video on LED lights or selling LED lights?
29:11 Why can’t a plant be trained to grow from zone to zone?
32:22 Can I add limestone to my tomato plants?
After watching this episode, you will learn John’s answers to these questions, and probably learn a few things along the way as well.
How to Pickle Your Peppers Easy
Annies Annuals (will ship tree collards plants)
Why I do not grow using mittleiter gardening
How to Grow microgreens and make $100,000 a year
Treating Your Wood with Eco Wood to Preserve Wood
How to install a drip system
Perennial Vegetables that will grow in the heat (Houston)
Perennial Vegetables that will grow in the heat (Dallas)
Rock Dust and How it is Different
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to Urban Hydro Greens to share with you how you can grow microgreens year round inside your home. In this episode you will get a tour of the 1,000 square foot warehouse that produces 1000 trays of micro-greens each month to feed the residents of Las Vegas the most nutritious leafy green vegetable ever. In addition you will learn how you can grow microgreens in your home ANY time of the year.
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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com shares with you what he is planting in the winter time in his front yard raised bed garden. He is planting a variety of starts. He also shares what is currently growing in his garden in Northern California
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