Self-Sufficient Small Farms

Self-Sufficient Small Farms

Self-sufficient Small Farms

Peak Moment 6: Small acreages can produce a lot! Janet Brisson shows the home-canned and dried vegetables, fruit, and beans she cultivates along with chickens and bees. Renee Wade talks about practices that suit the land: her drier property is better suited to raising goats.
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Ajay Naik, CEO- Talking About Hydroponics Technique

Ajay Naik, CEO- Talking About Hydroponics Technique

Ajay Naik, CEO- Letcetra Agritech Pvt Ltd talking about hydroponics technique On Green TV

Ajay Naik, CEO- Letcetra Agritech Pvt Ltd talking about Hydroponics Techniques On Green TV

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Best Crops for Hydroponics: Mint

Best Crops for Hydroponics: Mint

Mint is one of the most popular crops for commercial hydroponic growers because it’s always in high demand at restaurants, bars, and grocery stores. The mint they sell in clamshells is a shadow of what it used to be before it was harvested. In this video, Dr. Nate Storey of Bright Agrotech discusses the specifics of what hydroponic growers need to know when growing mint in their systems.

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Grow More Food at Home: The Urban Gardening Series

Grow More Food at Home: The Urban Gardening Series

Introducing the Urban Gardening Series
Today I wanted to introduce a new series in response to world events that are touching many homes here in Canada. The other day while shopping I saw a medium sized tomato with a price of 3$ each and a head of cauliflower over 10$ . World events have led to fast and sharp increases in the cost of groceries.

I hope through the Urban Gardening series that both new and experienced gardeners are able to have a successful growing season without having to invest a lot. Especially for new gardeners success helps you want to continue and garden into the future.

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The All New Square Foot Gardening by: Mel Bartholomew
1 – Minute Gardener by: Mat Pember and Fabian Capomolla
My Cool Allotment by: Lia Leendertz
Teaming with Microbeds by: Jeff Lowenfels and Wayne Lewis
Four-Seasons Harvest by: Eliot Coleman
Lasagna Gardening by: Patricia Lanza

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