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.

Recommended Videos
Raised Bed Gardening For Beginners:

Top 5 Garden Myths, Advice that is not Correct and Why

Recommended Books
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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Beginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

Beginning Gardening Series #1: Best Location for a Vegetable Garden

In the first video of my series for beginning gardeners, I talk about the best location for a vegetable garden.

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These are the factors to consider when choosing a location for a vegetable garden:
1) Look for a location that gets 6 to 8 hours of direct sun.
2) Avoid locations where soil is likely contaminated, especially if growing in native soil. If in doubt, have the soil tested for contaminants. It’s also a good idea to test the soil fro nutrients, organic matter, and pH. This can save a lot of time, money, and guesswork in the future.
3) Locate the garden close to the house and a water source.
4) A south facing slope is advantageous in cooler climates with a short growing season.
5) Look for a location that is protected from extreme winds and pests by fences, trees, or buildings.
6) Make sure you are aware of any limitations on vegetable gardens imposed by your municipality or homeowner association.

Featured Videos:

Growing Food in Partial Shade: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jNsECuNTSQY

How to Build a Raised Bed: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VptBIJ_Y-o

One Yard Revolution is all about growing a lot of food on a little land using sustainable organic methods, while keeping costs and labor at a minimum. Emphasis is placed on improving soil quality with compost, mulch, and compost tea. No store-bought fertilizers, soil amendments, pesticides, compost activators, etc. are used.

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Experiments in Small Space Gardening in Mexico City

Experiments in Small Space Gardening in Mexico City

The urban gardeners from Mexico City’s Huerto Romita share their experiments in square foot gardening, DIY vertical gardens, permaculture, herb spirals, hydroponics, rainwater catchment, and vermicomposting.

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Hydroponic Gardening – Grow Organic Plants Fast

Hydroponic Gardening – Grow Organic Plants Fast

Hydroponic Gardening

In this video we talk about hydroponics and how you can grow crops such as lettuce fast and easy. This gardening method is changing the world and how they grey plants and vegetables.

Hydroponic gardening is done by putting pre germinated plants into pipes with constant flowing water. Proper Nutrients are added to the water to keep the plants growing actively.

Related videos:

DIY Hydroponic Garden Tower – The ULTIMATE hydroponic system growing over 100 plants in 10 sq feet

Hydroponic Garden for profit at 8 per square foot, income, annually Part One

Dutch Bucket Hydroponic Tomatoes – Lessons Learned and a New Crop

“Easy Seed Starting for Hydroponics” by Epic Gardening

Easy Vertical Hydroponics Tower Garden – Even Beginners Can Grow Food

Hydroponic Lettuce Gardening Made Easy

2 Liter Bottle Hydroponics Tutorial by Epic Gardening

Hobby Hydroponic Gardening Indoors & Out

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