Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden


www.howdini.com Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden What does it mean to grow vegetables organically? Scott Meyer, editor of Organic Gardening magazine shows how to plant and nurture an organic vegetable garden. Keywords: organic gardening organic garden organic vegetable gardening organic gardening tips

26 Responses to “Organic gardening: How to grow an organic vegetable garden”

  1. EvenKeelMedia says:

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  2. canaan1967 says:

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  3. fenceman315 says:

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  4. tecknoable says:

    coooool

  5. blah236 says:

    Too much work and with my luck, cats would u rinate all over my vegetables, then I’d get a cat disease and would have to go to the vet. Sure, I could get a big dog cage to put over the garden, but cats would just climb on top of the cage and u rinate on the vegetables that way. So I’d rather get mine from the grocery store.

  6. blah236 says:

    Too much work and with my luck, cats would u rinate all over my vegetables, then I’d get a cat disease and would have to go to the vet. Sure, I could get a big dog cage to put over the garden, but cats would just climb on top of the cage and u rinate on the vegetables that way. So I’d rather get mine from the grocery store.

  7. blah236 says:

    Too much work and with my luck, cats would u rinate all over my vegetables, then I’d get a cat disease and would have to go to the vet. Sure, I could get a big dog cage to put over the garden, but cats would just climb on top of the cage and u rinate on the vegetables that way. So I’d rather get mine from the grocery store.

  8. blah236 says:

    Too much work and with my luck, cats would urinate all over my vegetables, then I’d get a cat disease and would have to go to the vet. Sure, I could get a big dog cage to put over the garden, but cats would just climb on top of the cage and urinate on the vegetables that way. So I’d rather get mine from the grocery store.

  9. blah236 says:

    Too much work and with my luck, cats would urinate all over my vegetables, then I’d get a cat disease and would have to go to the vet. Sure, I could get a big dog cage to put over the garden, but cats would just climb on top of the cage and urinate on the vegetables that way. So I’d rather get mine from the grocery store.

  10. healingsoundscapes says:

    Very Very Cool!

  11. Praxxus55712 says:

    Love the mondo fork and spoon 2:17 on the timer. LOL

  12. Kaastn says:

    Awsome lawn, man! How much food could you grow there? How much water do you waste? How much fuel do you waste just to mow it?

    Organic is Good. Permaculture is better!

  13. saacbe says:

    @Oliverisatwat keep going to mc donalds man

  14. MyGreenThumb says:

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  16. Antiks72 says:

    @TirianCreed Caring for it, fertilizing, and watching it grow. You should see my herbs. My free basil was SO good.

  17. jibarorock says:

    @maslabud heheheheheheheheheh that’s good shit

  18. jibarorock says:

    @maslabud heheheheheheheheheh that’s good shit

  19. greensimonsayzzz says:

    Hey some real good content on growing organic food but too much work for me. I grow all my food from compost bags or on soil covered with black plastic using drip tape….nearly organic but real easy to do

  20. frequencyspectrum says:

    @maslabud keep it up!!

  21. miketonon says:

    @sakinehbs, I don’t have much of a bug problem in my garden, some of the leaves get a little bit eaten, but thats about it. I do have a problem keeping insects away from my strawberries.

  22. miketonon says:

    @Oliverisatwat, organic is the correct way and will produce excellent food.

  23. Oliverisatwat says:

    Organic food is shit, TESCO TESCO TESCO

  24. sakinehbs says:

    @xxLabrat407xx :all kind of bugs i don’t know them by name.

  25. xxLabrat407xx says:

    @sakinehbs I know beer works on slugs. Also, plant marigold intermittently in your garden to ward off bugs. What sort of bugs do you have?

  26. skullcollector29 says:

    haaha oh shut…!

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