How to Grow Top Quality Vegetables in Raised Beds?

How to Grow Top Quality Vegetables in Raised Beds?

Article by AnaDew

Top quality vegetables are mostly grown from organic farms. These are farms that rely on natural things like horse or cow dung, leaves, decomposing matter, earthworm, or anything that one can find to mix with soil to make it organically more fertile to grow vegetables. Farmers use natural ways to grow plants and don

16 Responses to “How to Grow Top Quality Vegetables in Raised Beds?”

  1. MrAnthonyRizzo says:

    Great idea! Thank you so much for sharing it. Best wishes to all of you.

  2. FreidasGarden says:

    Awesome! Thanks for this video! This would make gardening for older people like me much easier! And I love making things out of pallets!

  3. BoondockFarms says:

    im wondering how long those pallets will last. im building my beds out of concrete cinderblocks due to the fact i dont EVER wanna replace them. what’s a thought on the longevity of these? 2-3 years? im thinking inside a greenhouse, i might get a few more years out of them…. nice videos, keep them coming. i will start posting on mine soon, and will compare notes. 🙂

  4. luvintherawlife says:

    So I guess if you want to plant root vegis, just put the shelf on a lower rung? You also avoid gophers with this, I’ll bet. Those are a great idea.

  5. lkbolin says:

    @ConcernedMushroom Thanks so much. (And love your user name.)

  6. ConcernedMushroom says:

    great idea! great video! and i LOVED your t-shirt!

  7. lkbolin says:

    @warchild1976 We explained that in the text overlayed in the video (see marker 2:20.) We also said that in the description of the video, and in comments above.

  8. warchild1976 says:

    one thing not said drain holes gota have drain holes

  9. Helioforge says:

    You could totally have a chicken-run under the raised-beds! Wow : )

  10. lkbolin says:

    @ThreeEyedTeddyBear Your comment CRACKED me up. Lee is actually an engineer, but you’d never know it to look at him – and that’s just the way he likes it.

    He was planning to put up instructions on our website, but pallets vary so much, you kind of have to make it up as you go along. Hopefully, you won’t have trouble finding good supplies!

  11. ThreeEyedTeddyBear says:

    This video was amazing and I’ll be honest form the shirt I was expecting something less but for that I apologize. I’m cheap as hell when I can be and I low how interesting it looks. If you add on PLEASE make another video doing everything from getting the pallets to filling in the dirt just to see exactly how it’s done and make sure I don’t skip needed steps

  12. ilelar says:

    what a great idea and appreciate the audio along with it.

  13. lkbolin says:

    @MIgardener Thanks!

  14. lkbolin says:

    @4GreenEarth2 You need to either buy a perforated liner, or poke holes in the bottom yourself. We poked holes because we’re thrifty.

  15. lkbolin says:

    @abuelita23xxx Yes. We went deeper for the plants that have deeper root systems. It worked amazingly-well for the vine plants, like cucumbers, melons and squash because they could spread down the sides.

  16. blackraven1515 says:

    awesome idea! thanks for sharing!!

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