[Harvest] Videos

Our backyard gardening harvest this week was one of the biggest gardening harvest and most diverse from the Food Forest ever. This is beyond organic gardening. This type of gardening is as close to natural farming as you can get. At this time of year the amount of food each week is to much to keep up with, so its time to get preserving.

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Spring is here! Please join me as I gather a harvest in late March in zone 5.

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Highlights:
0:20 Recipes I’ll be making today
0:39 Harvesting Lettuce (Pink Hungarian Winter Lettuce)
0:58 Why I’m harvesting whole lettuce heads
1:25 Tomato experiment
1:55 Harvesting kale (Siber Frill)
2:42 Slugs in the hoop house!
3:12 Removing 1 layer of cover from cool weather crops soon
3:34 Harvesting mache (aka corn salad)
3:47 Letting some crops go to seed
4:54 Final March harvest!
5:07 Cushaw squash harvested last fall
5:41 Cob Salad and cushaw pie

Oscar Cameos:
0:34 2:10

Cob Salad Recipe:
https://www.foodnetwork.com/recipes/food-network-kitchen/classic-cobb-salad-recipe-2112313

Cushaw Pie Recipe: https://www.thespruce.com/cushaw-pie-recipe-3056939

I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

Harvesting the vegetable garden located at our cabin at emerillion Lake, Labrador.

Special thanks to my great friend Darryl Collins who provided me with the drone video footage.

intro music – Keith Urban – “Wasted Time”

After months of snow and cold, there’s still a lot to harvest from our zone 5 garden. Please join me as I gather today’s harvest in mid-February.

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Highlights:
0:46 Siber Frill Kale
1:02 Starbor Kale
1:09 February is like early spring under double cover
1:40 Perpetual Spinach
1:58 Arctic King & Hungarian Pink Winter lettuce
2:07 Best winter garden ever
3:33 Sunchokes
5:17 Harvesting greens from hinged low tunnel
5:50 Mache
6:29 Claytonia
7:02 Final Harvest
7:38 2 Recipes made from today’s harvest

Oscar Cameos:
2:52 7:07

Sunchoke Soup recipe:
https://www.epicurious.com/recipes/food/views/sunchoke-soup-with-pumpkin-seeds-350413

Chicken Caesar Salad recipe:
https://www.culinaryhill.com/grilled-chicken-caesar-wrap/

Beyond Meat Chicken Strips:
http://beyondmeat.com/products/view/grilled-strips

I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

Sowing or planting into gaps left behind after a crop is harvested is known as succession planting.

Filling gaps as soon as crops are harvested will maximize the amount of food you can grow, making your garden space even more valuable and helping to reduce weed growth.

In this video we explain how to plan succession crops and which crops are best for growing this way. Plus we offer some tips for successful summer sowing whatever your climate.

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Hi guys in this video I will be harvesting some vegetables.This is probably my biggest harvest this year so far. Usually I only go out and pick stuff as I need it. Hope you enjoy it! Thanks for watching. Please subscribe for more gardening videos.

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a tour of his backyard urban raised bed desert vegetable garden. In this episode, you will learn what John grew in the Winter of 2016 in his backyard organic garden in Zone 9a.

You will discover how he is growing different vegetables, the vegetables that he focuses on growing in the winter time.

Along the way, you will learn a few things about growing food in the backyard of a standard American tract home in the suburbs and how much food you can truly grow in a small backyard that can help to feed a family of 4 easily.

Finally, John will share with you the 3 ways he is using his winter harvest in his kitchen that enables him to get more of the most nutritious foods on the planet into him.

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My playlist on how I prepare my garden fresh vegetables
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The words “January” and “harvest” usually don’t go together in zone 5, but thanks to our hoop house, cold frames, and low tunnels, there’s still plenty to harvest from our winter garden. Please join me for a winter garden harvest in mid-January in zone 5.

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Highlights:
0:36 how I decide what to harvest in winter
1:18 Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
1:41 Perpetual Spinach
2:11 Siber Frill Kale
3:04 Red Romaine Lettuce
4:00 Georgia Collard Greens
4:34 Hungarian Pink Winter and Arctic King lettuce
5:05 Arctic King Lettuce
6:05 Mustard Greens
6:37 Final Harvest
7:19 What I made with the harvest!

Oscar Cameos:
0:45 0:59 4:01 5:57 8:00

I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

Freezing temperatures don’t stop us from harvesting nutritious fresh produce from our garden. Please join me as I gather today’s harvest in mid-December.

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Highlights:
0:50 Red Swiss Chard
1:05 Arctic Winter Lettuce
1:33 Merlot Lettuce
1:40 Starbor Kale
2:05 Merlot & Red Romaine Lettuce
3:11 Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
3:47 Mache
3:54 Oscar!
4:19 Oscar!
4:42 Purple Curly Kale
4:54 Green Curly Kale
4:59 Arctic Winter Lettuce
5:11 Perpetual Spinach
5:24 Merlot Lettuce
6:12 Red Kitten Spinach
6:58 Why I harvest most vulnerable plants first
7:28 Mustard Greens & Georgia Collard Greens
7:42 Final Harvest
7:58 Sante Fe Salad

Sante Fe Salad recipe:

Vegetarian Santa Fe Salad with fresh greens and onions from the garden.Ingredients:tortilla chipscornblack…

Posted by One Yard Revolution on Saturday, June 6, 2015

I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!

Freezing temperatures don’t stop us from harvesting nutritious fresh produce from our garden. Please join me as I gather today’s harvest.

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Highlights:
0:21 Red Kitten spinach
0:52 What’s up with all the leaves?
1:08 Sunchokes
2:13 OSCAR!!
2:30 Giant Red Mustard Greens
3:19 Paris Market Carrots
4:20 OSCAR!!
4:22 Dinosaur Kale
5:06 Purple and Green Curly Kale, lettuce, Perpetual Spinach
5:39 Fordhook Giant Swiss Chard
6:08 Detroit Dark Red Beets
7:20 OSCAR!!
7:32 Tokyo Market Turnips
8:35 Red Lettuce
9:41 Hungarian Pink Winter Lettuce
10:15 Final Harvest!
10:30 OSCAR!!

I’m passionate about an approach to organic gardening that is frugal, easy, sustainable, and works with nature to achieve amazing results. My videos will help you grow more healthy organic fruits and vegetables, while working less and saving money. I don’t push gardening products. I don’t hype bogus “garden secrets”. I provide evidence based strategies to help you grow a lot of food on a little land without spending much or working harder than you have to!