For decades, global citizens have worked tirelessly in the research and field development of the most cost-effective, productive strategies to solve and eliminate world hunger issues. Home gardeners, farm owners, tree farmers, NGO or Government offices are all offered the most simple solutions and great savings!
This 1/3 acre plot has been transformed into an edible community oasis! It doesn't get better then this!
AloveBali specializes in the highest quality Aloe Vera Liquid Soil Improver / Fertilizer that is grown from volcanic rich soil in tropical Bali. This product is a complete Biofertilizer with micro nutrients, amino acids, plant growth regulators, enzymes and humic acid. You will be guaranteed that you will enhance your soil fertility for sustainable farming and agriculture no matter what the size of your project.
is it exactly? Composting is a natural way to recycle decomposed organic materials. This process of decomposition creates compost, or rich soil. Once-living organisms will decompose into compost. Composting organic waste at home will return nutrients directly back to the soil to support the “circle of life,” as nature intended.
Nature's Perfect! This is no ordinary fertilizer!! Nature's Perfect is a unique combination of 76 trace minerals, carefully balanced to enhance your soil and allow your plants to photosynthesize their best. This means with no chemicals or sprays you can have larger, stronger, and more pest resistant plant. ***When ordering, receive 15% discount + Free Shipping with code ----> PHOENIX
What many people don’t realize is that Epsom salt also has several uses in organic gardening.
With world-class sustainability instructors and trusted by more than 100,000 students from 190+ countries, the Open Permaculture School is the largest provider of sustainability and permaculture education on the planet.
Global Aquatics has 40 years invested in the research and development and design of intensive aquaculture systems for the rearing of seafood. The systems and components are all of proven designs and blueprints and professional support are available in an easy-to-build plan. Save tens of thousands of dollars!
In this behind-the-scenes episode you will discover how they grow year round in South Florida by using a variety of growing methods, such as sprouting seeds in water, growing sprouts in soil, container gardening, raised bed gardening and row crops. After watching this episode you will learn more about how Hippocrates is meeting part of the demand for fresh, local and organic food at their institute
Turning trash into TREASURE! Thank you Aldo Baker for sending us this link! www.aldobaker.com
Grow tons of vegetables super cheap and easy with Bottle Towers
Windowfarms let you grow food year-round inside while maximizing space. They are vertical food-growing gardens that use a dirt-free technique called hydroponics. You can buy a kit or build your own using low-impact or recycled local materials. Having a windowfarm is more about the activity and experience of windowfarming, these are living systems, not just a pretty thing to look at.
Building a Tank Garden - Rosina is keen on growing food in her raised beds. Lettuce and herbs spill out of her tanks as she exuberantly explains how she keeps the plants fed and demonstrates her secret method of making good compost.
GROWING POWER has mastered the art of growing food and feeding communities. What are they accomplishing? How about....growing 1 million pounds of food on 3 acres with their community food system!!!
Open Source Ecology is a network of farmers, engineers, and supporters that has been imagining and creating the Global Village Construction Set, an open source, low-cost, high performance technological platform. These DIY-fabricated industrial machines can be used to build a sustainable civilization with modern comforts. The GVCS lowers the barriers to entry into farming, building, and manufacturing.
Plants For A Future (PFAF) is a charitable company, originally set up to support the work of Ken and Addy Fern on their experimental site in Cornwall, where they carried out research and provided information on edible and otherwise useful plants suitable for growing outdoors in a temperate climate. Over time they planted 1500 species of edible plants on 'The Field' in Cornwall, which was their base since 1989. Over ten years ago, Ken began compiling a database, which currently consists of approximately 7000 species of plants.
Compost, How and Why Video
The secret to a great garden is compost. In this addition of GardenRx, host Loren Nancarrow reveals his #1 most asked garden question, Compost: How and Why. In this episode, you'll learn how to make your own compost bins, how not to spend your money on "compost starter", how to stake out and ready a spot on your property for your very own compost pile and finally, how to properly oxygenate your compost for quicker results, plus a thing or two about the value and danger of grubs.
Listen to a free interview with the Green Living Master and Sustainable Landscape Architect Roland Oehme and learn about the top twenty superfoods that you can easily grow in your own garden!
The 'Imploder' water treatment creates a measurable and validated effect on plant growth, seed germination and bio mass yields (stronger, better crops). It saves money on water consumption and energy costs. For a modest investment, farmers can greatly improve their bottom line. In other words it makes water more 'energized' and soluble. It has been demonstrated, with independently validated trials, effects of over 300%.
GREENFAIN is a water agent that reduces the surface tension of irrigation water. It is the most safe & eco-friendly way to significantly reduce water consumption in agriculture, saving both time and money.
Kenaf is a crop that needs more attention and support to get the word out. It produces a fiber which grows at a fast rate, and is a great source for many uses including nutritional. Check out some videos and share the information.
Grow wheatgrass at home! Check out the importance of nutritional benefits of wheatgrass.
Aquaponics is the symbiotic cultivation of plants and fish in a re-circulating system This community-based urban food center in Milwaukee uses tilapia and perch to fertilize a variety of crops and herbs with this amazing system.
Here is another idea on how to make a greenhouse for about $150!
After watching this episode you will learn if this vinyl inexpensive greenhouse is one you should consider adding to grow more food in the colder months.
This is one of the easiest ways to make a quick worm farm for very little money, you can spend a few more dollars to get a bigger sized box like 80 liters
Howdy! In this video I introduce my first attempt at an aquaponics system. This is a small indoor system initially built for an apartment. I've learned a bunch of things since I built this one, and in my later videos I explain a lot of the tweaks I've made since I made this.
Food Not Lawns was founded in Eugene, Oregon in 1999 by a small group of activists who had been cooking Food Not Bombs (free meals in the park) for several years and decided to start gardening too. Soon we started hearing about other chapters and realized we had spawned a powerful, inspiring part of the growing sustainability movement. With the publication of Heather Flores' book, "Food Not Lawns, How to Turn your Yard into a Garden and Your Neighborhood into a Community," by Chelsea Green Publishing Company in 2006, new local FNL chapters starting popping up all over. Now we are a global community of avant gardeners, working together to grow and share food, seeds, medicine, and knowledge. Welcome!
Over 6,000 pounds of food per year, on 1/10 acre located just 15 minutes from downtown Los Angeles. The Dervaes family grows over 400 species of plants, 4,300 pounds of vegetable food, 900 chicken and 1,000 duck eggs, 25 lbs of honey, plus seasonal fruits throughout the year. From 1/10th of an acre, four people manage to get over 90% of their daily food and the family reports earnings of $20,000 per year (AFTER they eat from what is produced).
According to Roland, the secret is in the soil. He will talk about how to prepare your plantings from seeds for growing them organic and very big through revitalizing the soil using a compost tea of lots of micro-organisms.
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