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Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Growing Organic

Saturday, July 14th, 2012

I show how to grow organically using my Off-Grid Self-Watering Container gardening system. I prefer growing organically. It is just as easy as using chemical fertilizers and you get much healthier plants and better tasting food.

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    Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Make & Take Project

    Saturday, May 5th, 2012

    Ten women got together at my house to build their own self-watering container gardening systems. We had a great time together. Each system was personalized with their own plants. The following day I visited each of their homes to make sure everything was working properly and to enjoy what they had made.

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      Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Container & Soil Mix

      Tuesday, May 1st, 2012

      Learn how to have a “labor free” garden. No Watering, No Weeding, No Fertilizing all season long. Is it possible? It is, with my off-grid, self-watering container gardening system. After many hours of study and testing I think I have found a system that anyone can use to grow almost anything almost anywhere. We can all become farmers and grow our own food.

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        Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: Step-By-Step

        Thursday, April 19th, 2012

        This is video #2 in my Off-grid self-watering container gardening system. This video shows you step-by step how to make the self watering part of this system. It really straight forward and easy enough for me to figure out and build. With this system you truly can grow a garden pretty much anywhere in the world.

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          Off-Grid Self-Watering Container Gardening System: The Ultimate Container

          Tuesday, April 3rd, 2012

          Now that you have the basics of this system by watching the first two videos I share with you my “ultimate container”. I don’t know of a better container to produce more food in less space than this ultimate container. Due to many reasons including the variations of plants, the density of planting and the ability to stack these containers make them the ultimate container for container gardening. Imagine being able to grow forty plants in a one foot area!

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            Survival Gardening in Containers

            Friday, March 30th, 2012

            Finally got some Tomatoes, Bell Peppers, Basil and Oregano in the ground – err – buckets! Not soon enough for the latest increase in food prices though. Container gardening with “earth box” type planters made from buckets and Rubbermaid containers. It is a self watering bucket garden! Next is brussel sprouts, head lettuce, and a Jalapeno plant.

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              Survival Gardening When There is No Gas, A Vintage “Ro Ho”

              Thursday, August 11th, 2011

              “Survival Doc” demonstrates a “Ro Ho,” a vintage gardening tool which he purchased from an estate sale and restored. Vintage gardening and farming equipment which require no gas to operate will come in handy during a survival or disaster situation when there is no available gasoline or a gasoline shortage.

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                Container Gardening: Free 5 Gal. Bucket Garden

                Monday, August 8th, 2011

                My sister uses free 5 gallon buckets for her backyard garden. She grows tomatoes, lettuce, radishes, squash, herbs and a lot of other vegetables out of free containers. When she moves, her garden moves with her.

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                  Gardening, Tools, & Then What???

                  Wednesday, May 4th, 2011

                  Come for a walk with me and lets look at our garden progress. Then Talk about making sure that we know how to use the tools we have. Finishing with a beautiful panoramic view of our mountains as we discuss the importance of planning.

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                    If you like hunting, prepping, farming, gardening, being a handy man or christian music

                    Monday, April 4th, 2011

                    I have cleaned out my library and am selling a bunch of magazine lots for those that like hunting, fishing, deer hunting, bow hunting, farming, gardening, homesteading, planting, being a handy man and building things, and southern gospel christian music. The link is below: members.ebay.com

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