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‘7 Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free’

Last year, David the Good filmed a fun (and funny) presentation for The Grow Network’s Home Grown Food Summit on how you can keep your garden fed and maximize the nutrition in your food without spending a dime.

Well, we’re a Community of sustainability-minded DIYers who like to find ways to turn trash into garden treasure, so is it any wonder that David’s video on “7 Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free” ended up being one of the event’s most popular presentations? (Plus, you know, David is just a likeable, funny guy, so that probably helped, too. 🙂 )

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Anyway, David posted this video on YouTube on February 4, aaaaaand it’s already got more than 10,000 views. Translation? You should watch it now, too! 🙂

Here it is:

As David says, “The presentation clocks in at about 45 minutes long and should be a great inspiration for your spring gardening plans.”

Amen to that!

Then, let your TGN Community know in the comments: What are some other ways you like to feed your garden for free?

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This post was written by Marjory Wildcraft

COMMENTS(4)

  • Scott Sexton says:

    Loved that! Lots I can take with me. Question. Those fungi (or whatever they were) that were breaking down the coffee compost tea. Have you ever had trouble with them transferring to the living coffee trees?

  • David The Good says:

    No problems. Coffee drops coffee cherries all around the bases of the trees all the time, so I’m guessing the organisms that decay the fruit, in tea or on the ground, are likely more beneficial than a problem.

  • Rebecca says:

    Very interesting, although you did make me a little nervous swishing that machete around!

  • Barbara Fuller says:

    YOU got to be kidding me I hear that the cherry part of the coffee bean is now going to be used for flour more better then wheat flour

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‘7 Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free’

Last year, David the Good filmed a fun (and funny) presentation for The Grow Network’s Home Grown Food Summit on how you can keep your garden fed and maximize the nutrition in your food without spending a dime.

Well, we’re a Community of sustainability-minded DIYers who like to find ways to turn trash into garden treasure, so is it any wonder that David’s video on “7 Ways to Feed Your Garden for Free” ended up being one of the event’s most popular presentations? (Plus, you know, David is just a likeable, funny guy, so that probably helped, too. 🙂 )

Read More: “Homemade Fertilizers—15 Simple and Inexpensive Options”

Anyway, David posted this video on YouTube on February 4, aaaaaand it’s already got more than 10,000 views. Translation? You should watch it now, too! 🙂

Here it is:

As David says, “The presentation clocks in at about 45 minutes long and should be a great inspiration for your spring gardening plans.”

Amen to that!

Then, let your TGN Community know in the comments: What are some other ways you like to feed your garden for free?

Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Categorised in: , , ,

This post was written by Marjory Wildcraft

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