Your HUGE Advantages Over Big Commercial Growers

In this video, I explain some HUGE advantages that you have as a backyard gardener over those big commercial farms. Take a look; as they say, it’s not the size that matters….


(This is an updated version of an article that was originally published on February 4, 2013.)

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  • Midori says:

    I like the idea of living shadecloth! 🙂 How did you choose the kind of trees you used?

    1. Hi Midori,

      You know, I don’t remember how I stumbled across it. But it sure is a great tree. Actually I have done an extensive webinar focusing solely on how to grow leucaena. Check it out here.

  • bob r says:

    I also would like to know the name of the trees you are talking about so I can purchase them.

  • David says:

    Greetings from Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Thank you for continuing to encourage those of us still at the trail head of the homesteading/self-sufficiency journey. Even if we do live in suburbia, there are steps we can take to begin learning how to provide for ourselves. I appreciate the vital information you provide to your subscribers. Have a great day!

  • Steve M says:

    Thanks Marjory for your sharing. Wish you lived closer so I could visit. But here in Reno, Nevada I have room to begin growing my own food. Even at 74 years young. Being a health nut for over 40 years I am very young in body from living with many of the ideas you are sharing. Love it. Please keep up the good work – Steve

  • Robert says:

    Hi Marjory,
    Great video and I agree with you. I am creating a permaculture landscape, front and back. I grow everything organically, making my own compost, raising chickens and composting worms also worm trenching.

    Are those nitrogen fixing trees growing in a row in your video, if so what are they called, and where did you purchase them?


  • Irene says:

    My garden in Oregon is already giving me sugar snap peas, lettuce and green onions. All is up and thriving. Potatoes are a foot tall and rhubarb is over a foot and could be harvested for a pie by end of month. You are a great inspiration.

  • Lucy says:

    Hiya Marjory many thanks for all your great info! I would love to see the webinar on leucaena, but there wasn’t a link included in your message.
    thanks again, Lucy

    1. Oh Lucy, Yes that webinar is in the members area. Are you a member?

      1. Lucy says:

        Hi Marjory thanks for replying. No, not a member, no spare cash at present. So doubly grateful for all the free information you share with us 🙂 Lucyxxx

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