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How to Grow a Food Forest & Market Garden for Free and Cheap

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ takes you on a field trip to Planet Claire Farmacy to show you how you can grow a food forest and market garden for free and cheap. In this episode, you will learn about many techniques that can be used to build soil fertility. You will discover how this farmer is able to grow crops in the sandy soil of Florida. You will learn how she is using a free resource to build organic matter in the soil throughout her entire garden. You will learn a technique for making a pile of fungal dominated soil every year using only woodchips. John will then give you a tour of this food forest and share the top fruits, roots, shoots and leafy green vegetables that will grow well in South Florida. You will also learn how to protect your garden from rodents, deer and other creatures with free materials that may be available near you. You will get a tour of many areas of the farm including the market garden and Microgreens area that is growing in the soil instead of trays. You will learn how you can better benefit from growing your own grains for your chickens. You will discover how wood chips and logs and how they can be used in the garden to build a garden that conserves and holds moisture. You will discover how free wood pallets and logs are used to make a hugelkultur bed, Raised beds with no sides using mulch as borders You will see examples of many different structures that are used to grow food and trellis plants up off the ground to use more vertical growing space. Finally, John will sit down with the farmer, Annette and ask her the following questions about her farm: 0:56:27 Interview with Annette 0:56:50 What motivates you to get up and work in your garden everyday? 0:57:37 What are some of the foods you grow that grow well? What do you grow instead of zucchini that gets squash bugs? 0:59:45 Tell us about the loofah gourd and how you grow it, eat it and use it? 1:00:16 Share with us a little about the Seminole Pumpkin? 1:01:01 What is the best tomato to grow in South Florida? 1:02:00 How do you use all the food that your grow here? 1:02:50 What do you feed your dogs? and how do you make it? 1:04:05 What have you learned about brix testing? 1:05:33 Tell me more about the low brix hydroponic lettuce? 1:08:09 What is one gardening practice that you think everyone should do? 1:09:00 Any final words of wisdom for my viewers? 1:09:37 How did you learn how to garden? Subscribe to GrowingYourGreens for more videos like this: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=growingyourgreens Follow John on Instagram at: https://instagram.com/growingyourgreens/ Watch all 1200+ Episodes from GrowingYourGreens at https://www.youtube.com/user/growingyourgreens/videos Buy Seeds that John Grew at: http://growingyourgreens.ecwid.com/ Talk to John for 10 Minutes for Just $5 https://www.fiverr.com/groworganic/be-your-organic-gardening-coach-for-10-minutes Referenced Videos: Growing High Brix Crops https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HXRNHGJK1bY
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TJ Glen (27 дней назад)
omg LOVE LOVE LOVE, but doesnt fair to my desolate cold climate property. Im incorporating some similar ideas though. THANK YOU JOHN, for your time and efforts, this was a lovely video <3
mels chicken jungle (1 месяц назад)
Do they allow visitors and sell veggies?i live in the next town on 5 acres
Back to Basics Homemaker (1 месяц назад)
I loved this! What a sweet lady! She looks so excited to be next to you. 😊
Loyce March (1 месяц назад)
Try netting or tuille from fabric store. Ca. Even wrap fruit with it.
Loyce March (1 месяц назад)
She should pinch off flowers that do not have bump below flower. More energy from the plant to use on fruit.
Mandolin523 (1 месяц назад)
You are so fun and I love watching your videos.
Soggy Buffalo (1 месяц назад)
Do you need to peel jicama?
jiro haRhaR (3 месяца назад)
moringa tree is easy to plant too just like cassava ,you just stick on the ground and it will start growing easily
LIeb Lee (4 месяца назад)
I love this lady she’s wonderful !!! Wow what a great life. Thank you for sharing 👍🙏😘
Alex Jonestown (6 месяцев назад)
i callled the phone number ever day for a year now
freedom (7 месяцев назад)
Yeah and buy this and buy that. Your going bald mate. Have a haircut. We can all see it
mlovesTX (7 месяцев назад)
cool lady .. I like her enthusiasm !! I learned how to grow things from youtube too and now growing food in my city back yard.
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Dogs are obligate carnivores. They really are not designed to eat a lot of vegetables and fruits... Whole-prey model foods, including the organs and fats, comprise nearly the total diet of the ancestors of our dogs. Dogs that eat too many foods from plants will develop digestive problems, and other health issues over time. People, do your research, and make sure your sources are not pet food companies, or vets that pet food companies market aggressively to! (Did you know that most vets are NOT trained in nutrition? Like most physicians.)
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
The cast iron tub should be up on bricks, blocks, or even wood to prevent rusting out on the bottom. Adequate drainage can be obtained by making sure the bottom slants toward the drain hole. These tubs were lined with porcelain and are about as non-toxic as you can get! (They are even better used for bathing. Their depth allows healthful soaking. Modern tubs are most all made of PLASTICS.)
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Dear John - It is not 'larger parts of plastic' but the chemicals that plastics are made from and with that transfer to the air, soil, water, food, skin... -whatever plastics come into contact with- that are the issue when growing food in plastic containers. And yes, these chemicals and/or their 'breakdown products' are taken up by plants. Mercury is also used in the manufacture of some plastics, which can also be taken up by plants. Whenever possible, plastic containers, like pressure-treated lumber, should be avoided... especially where one is growing food. There are plenty of cheap and free options. UNTREATED pallets, for one. (Check to see that they have not been chemically treated or sprayed.)
ogadl ogadl (4 месяца назад)
Jefferdaughter How do you check to see if the pallets are untreated?
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Among temperate climate trees, many are edible when the first emerge in the spring: elm, maple, basswood/linden, redbud, etc. Redbud is one of our favorite, along with basswood. Basswood, aka linden, leaves are edible for a longer period of time, basically all summer, though they can be tougher and stronger in flavor during periods of hot or hot and dry weather. Redbud trees are a wonderful small ornamental tree that also produce pea flavored blossoms - in abundance! The young pods are also tasty when cooked, a lot like snow peas. An ornamental tree for your front yard that produces 3 edible crops! Plant hostas underneath and use the leaves like spinach, or instead of breads to make wraps. Add some daylilies (shoots, buds, and blossoms all edible), and you have an ornamental planting for the front yard that also produces food - even where growing food in the front yard is banned. There are many more edible ornamental perenniels - nut and fruit trees, fruiting shrubs and vines, etc!
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
'Black' has been used to describe rich soil and good compost - but if the soil or compost is really black it is BAD. Black soil and compost is anaerobic, and full of harmful, pathogenic organisms. Healthy soil and compost is actually a deep, rich shade of dark brown - the color of dark chocolate. T he ideal texture is a lot like a dark chocolate cake, crumbly with structure that allows water and air into the soil. Beneficial soil organisms and plant roots need air!
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Of course, there is no 'empty space' on this property. The unmanaged areas are alive and productive: capturing sunlight, putting organic matter/carbon into the soil, cooling the air and soil, producing oxygen, providing food and shelter for wildlife, preventing soil loss to wind and water erosion... to name just a few of the ecological services that 'empty space' provides.
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Is there a dry season in Florida?
Jefferdaughter (7 месяцев назад)
Love the channel, but what about the people who live in temperate climates, instead of desert (Las Vegas, So Cal), Mediterranean, or sub-tropical regions - all areas that see little frost and no snow.
K K (8 месяцев назад)
that's the best use for those wire closet racks, they are horrible in the closet!
Ketu Wonder (8 месяцев назад)
One thing sandy soil is good for is cherry trees.
Traddy Mom (8 месяцев назад)
I so want to do this! Thank you for sharing. On a side note, dogs are meant to eat a RAW meat prey diet. I have been feeding my dog and cats a prey diet for almost a year now and have studied and researched to learn what is best for them....what nature meant for them to eat. There is so much info out there. Please don't cook your dog's meat. Give him a whole chicken and see a happy dog.
J. Redulfin (8 месяцев назад)
I am referring to the jicama young pods. they are edible.
J. Redulfin (8 месяцев назад)
Not quite true. The young pods are edible vegetables.
cheryl Martin (8 месяцев назад)
I have papaya looking tree in garden. Shame not warm enough to fruit
Flander M. Anderson (9 месяцев назад)
you need to show @ windeplam how to keep green leaves on heir's...
Julie James (9 месяцев назад)
that's my style too I work what moves me that day..Free and cheap is the old way that is new again..
Robbie Bennett (10 месяцев назад)
Vegan Nurse Practitioner (10 месяцев назад)
I just bought 5 acres in Punta Gorda, I will be moving down there in a year and a half and I CANNOT WAIT to start my food forest!!!!
Vegan Nurse Practitioner (10 месяцев назад)
That deep of wood chips (several feet) may become anaerobic. In one area I had 18 inches deep of chips and underneath it, next to the soil, it became a sewer smelly dead zone as no oxygen could get thru. I love woodchips though, that is my go-to, but I now keep them no more deeper than 10-12 inches, but what ever works
Andrew Martin (10 месяцев назад)
Gardening puts us in touch with God!
Amy Hoang (10 месяцев назад)
How do you spell the soil test mentioned by the end of this video?
Amy Hoang (10 месяцев назад)
Hi John, thank you for all your knowledge and the work you do for humanity!
Diana Kim (10 месяцев назад)
Annette is so stinking cute!
Sarah Perine (10 месяцев назад)
Thanks for all your videos! You do a great job :)
J M8can (4 месяца назад)
Since your source for pine needles is probably not green, they are NOT acidic. Collecting old pine needles is pointless if you are trying to acidify your soil. The second point is that even when fresh, pine needles are only slightly acidic and therefore can have limited effect on changing the pH of the soil. Pine needles do not bring down soil PH https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_B8-1sVcfzE&ab_channel=OYRFrugal%26SustainableOrganicGardening http://www.forestindustrycouncil.com.au/factsheets/f2.pdf
R Shackleford (11 месяцев назад)
I live in Florida and we have layers of cardboard and wood chip mulch. Yes the soil is literal fine beach sand, particularly in my area I live next to sand plants. You can't grow anything that doesn't like the sand in the ground. Raised beds out of concrete because if it's out of wood, it only last one season until it rots. Raised beds need to be off the ground or the soil amendment is leeched away and pests are voracious. It's uphill battle to farm in Florida organically, (without fertilizer and pesticides),which I refuse to use. So, I eat almost entirely bananas lol!
ScouseJack (10 месяцев назад)
Hope you're into bio-char, growing in those conditions. Terra Preta is a good idea for you i think.
MrMedukneusha (1 год назад)
Growing edible vegetation is fantastic and all...but if you live in the semi-tropical zone and cant get something to grow, wtf are doing? Love the idea of "Food Forests". Myself being from a moderately-high altitude desert. Any greenery beyond pine trees and sage brush is rare and hard to find naturally. So when i see all these food forest videos in florida or the east coast in general i'm like "wts, you're surrounded by growth to the extent that its a nuisance." Just musing out loud, fun vid. I'm here to steal ideas and knowledge.
BetterYouBetterWorld V (1 год назад)
as a native to my land, i feel people should choose to live on already cleared land
Pajhavzoov Yang (1 год назад)
I need a land in Florida to do garden because I love to plant flowers, and grow my own vegetables you grow every thing that I always wish to grow,thank you showing Annette's garden John may be or can I visit your garden Annette?
Quality Control Optics, LLC (1 год назад)
Brother, the topics and subjects you cover as well as the places you visit are great. However, you talk way too much! It's unbearable. My wife and I even stopped watching your videos because of it. Do not be offended rather consider that for your viewers. Or try to change your speaking style.
Kevin Leong (1 год назад)
Anette How did setup your hydroponics system and why did you do hydroponics instead of aquaponics?
Kevin Leong (1 год назад)
Dehydrate the bananas. What are the conditions that you need to plant banana plants? I live in California and I love bananas but not sure what conditions you need.
My Independence (1 год назад)
It's not the only problem Vaccinations are another issue. The epidemic of immune system disorders are a result. Not a complaint about what you do at all! Just trying to add to you message.
Kathy Paaaina (1 год назад)
Aloha I have saved this for my friends that have more space. UTUBE School supper
Kathy Paaaina (1 год назад)
Aloha awesome will you adopt me hugs from Hawaii Annette I will learn about bricks I have learned so much this is information for Tropical I understand bless you and your family hugs from Hawaii
Raymond Bourdon (1 год назад)
tell them to look intoram pumps
jsteel89 (1 год назад)
Great video!! Maybe work on your interview skills because that was terrible.
Laura Ward (1 год назад)
I make an egg-based dog food with our own organic eggs. I add kale, flax, rice or rolled organic oats, blueberries and sometimes whatever other whole foods we have available. I bake it in a ductch oven. The dogs love it, they think they are getting treats. Kibble is mostly junk but admittedly I'm not completely off it yet. It's tough to find time to cook for the dogs with everything else we have going on. I do usually make a large batch and freeze a portion.
Justin Myers (1 год назад)
MrGrombie (1 год назад)
I just thought about this, basically, every time you smell a flower, you are sniffing the plant's ball sack. Lol
11219tt (1 год назад)
Very curious what percentage of her diet (or similar large food forest garden people) is her food and how much she needs to purchase still from the store????
Dana Sutton (1 год назад)
Julianne Mc (1 год назад)
She is amazing thanks for sharing her work
Philip Schwartz (1 год назад)
good to see people succeeding with Spodisols!
G'Maw's Garden (1 год назад)
hahaha what he doesn't know was that truck liner was in the bed when she filled it with the woodchips and it was just easier to pull the entire thing out when she got ready to dump the chips. haha . jk
redherring (1 год назад)
Watch out for dem gators!
Tricia Riley-Flores (1 год назад)
Hi, The name of the banana shoot is : Banana puppy. Don't ask me why they call it that way. but that is how we call them.
judy alexander (1 год назад)
Thanks John
Mihku Paul (1 год назад)
Hey John, After watching your videos I started using rock dust in my raised box beds and I can now cram so many veggies in those boxes and succession plant. The plants get huge! I am now a convert for rock dust and azomite. I compost with hen manure, straw and all my garden debris, and now grow through the winter in Maine, in my greenhouse. Thanks for the positive attitude and inspiration. I especially admire how accepting you are to people doing their own thing.
Phyllis White (1 год назад)
I am YouTube inspired and instructed as well. Just starting.
Nancy Fahey (1 год назад)
I hope PLANETCLAIR made it thru Irma.
Buster Brown (1 год назад)
I wonder how Irma effected the permaculture, especially the woodchips?
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
Buster Brown The wood chips helped absorb lots of the rain water so it will break down very quickly so I will be busy adding alot more. The food forest took a hit but the bananas took most of the wind and they come back quick.
Bernard Chevalier (1 год назад)
Great interview, John. I always learn something when I watch your vids. Thanks for making them.
judy alexander (1 год назад)
Thank you John, as usual, a really great video.
Nancy Fahey (1 год назад)
I looked up edible hibiscus and it showed the Roselle. We have Roselle, we call it cranberry hibiscus and it tastes like a mild cranberry. The tea is great and lowers blood pressure. I'm thinking your edible leaf hibiscus is a different plant and can't find it. Can you elaborate?
Nancy Fahey (1 год назад)
Polly Wog thank you, the cranberry comes back every year by seed. Where ever it wants to. But now I know there are different kinds. Ya
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
Nancy Fahey I have many types of hibiscus. The main ones are the cranberry hibiscus (roselle) and thai roselle (false roselle). The thai hibiscus is perennial.
Tina G (1 год назад)
Where do you get your protein from?
Nelson Flores (1 год назад)
Don't worry ,nature knows best , the soil balance itself ,  if our body   is acid , tend to promote bad cells to develop and develop all kind of diseases  , but Acid fruits as lemon or  lime when you consume your body transform it  to Alkaline , In a different kind of acid that is promoting our immune system to get stronger., when you consume natural healthy food our body graduate what it need and the rest goes out .
joshua wright (1 год назад)
Was super interested but you were way too long winded in the intro and came close to stopping the vid multiple times in the first few minutes.
11219tt (1 год назад)
joshua wright feel free to use the fast forward button. It allows you to skip sections that you don’t particularly enjoy. In the age of on demand media it is probably your best resource.
Hollands Pine Haven (1 год назад)
This is a great video. Thank you John..
Peter N (1 год назад)
What a lovely lady Claire is and I just would like to encourage others like Claire by complimenting your view of "Being successful" .Here we go this is my spin on Being successful, as follows : . Success is all about "SOLVING PROBLEMS" a FAILURE only occurs when you cannot solve a problem. Now that does NOT mean that whatever your doing is the right way, sometime you have solve the problem by doing something else completely different to obtain the same goal, other times an adjustment is necessary, either way you can obtain your initial goal by simply "SOLVING PROBLEMS" and that is what I call being "Successful". So thank you both Claire and John for your efforts, because by this definition you are a SUCCESS story for OTHERS.
mewendy1 (1 год назад)
I'd be careful what I used pallet wood for. I worked at an import store & pallets come across the ocean & are sprayed with chemicals like pesticides & fungicides. It makes me feel a little sick when I see dining tables, bars & even kids furniture made out of that stuff when I remember how strongly it smelled of chemicals. Also, packaging splits open & spills God knows what onto the wood. I'd be ok with using it for fences but not raised beds, I wouldn't want to lean on it even when I gardened. Some pallets are heat treated instead, but you still don't know what it held previously ( bio waste, etc?)
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
mewendy1 All the pallets were heat treated and also left outside for over a year before used and have decomposed nicely.
thetandog (1 год назад)
John, Great entertaining video as always. Annette, You are a real inspiration to anyone just starting out gardening. Your passion and drive for what you do was obvious during the interview. The world would be a better place if it had more people like you. Keep up the good work!
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
thetandog The farm has it's own life and is always evolving. Right now I am doing more perennials and adding more food forests too.
Debbi B (1 год назад)
Annette should make her own channel! Great vid, enjoyable even for us up north!
Infinite Awareness (1 год назад)
I don't see many fences keeping the dogs out of the plant beds. What does she do about he dog pee and poop? I would think she would need some fencing to keep the dogs out of the food beds.
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
Cape Cod Tropical Fish Keeper Fortunately the dogs have lots of free space to roam and poop and pee in besides the garden beds.
Infinite Awareness (1 год назад)
She needs a juicer!! Sell her a juicer John! Great garden!
Adam Muniz (1 год назад)
I want a shirt! :D
Romelia Polly (1 год назад)
Go to Woodprix webpage if you'd like to know how to build it. Good solutions for everyone I think
☼ Heirloom reviews ☼ (1 год назад)
i deff want to start forest gardening soon !! great video
John Hayes (1 год назад)
Thank you for this great Florida Video
Cherokee Rose (1 год назад)
John thank you excellent.. And thank you Annette for the lovely tour and your gardens are amazing.  I also go to the school of youtube.... especially John's
Christie Bullard (1 год назад)
I've thought about using the wood chips because we've had a lot of trees cut down due to the hurricane . My only question is do they attract termites? I don't want it around my house if they do.
Michael Criswell (1 год назад)
Great video John! You've definitely helped a lot of people. I love these type of videos to see how others grow. How about coming to North Florida!
Gypsy Hobo (1 год назад)
Great video, love the rain forest look of wild Florida. Look out for those fire ants, some people are alergic to them big time. You probably aren't because you eat so healthy, but hundreds of them biting you, not good, lol
Scott Smith (1 год назад)
WTG Annette! One wheelbarrow at a time, I can relate. As a Tampa area gardener I struggled with "northern" vegetables and I too have gone Asian on many varieties. Loofah was a cool crop last year, but didn't eat them as I wanted sponges. I know now I don't have to worry about not having enough sponges! Asian long beans do real well too. Hope to visit one day. John thanks again for sharing!
GOH BOMBA (1 год назад)
You can eat that papaya flower for medicine benefit , of course bitter yummy stir fry
JC Stanton (1 год назад)
papaya doesn't need name brand seeds. use a good fruit and treat the tree well and almost always you get very good papayas, often better than the parent. most "name-brand" papayas aren't chosen for flavor anyways but rather disease resistance and long shelf life. (I grow 1000+ papaya trees) Most tropical trees that haven't been too modified by humans grow very well from seed.
Polly Wog (1 год назад)
JC Stanton Out of over 20+ trees only one had an off flavor and they are all from seed with many more on the way.
Tim Steckel (1 год назад)
Free wodchips are my favorite gardening material, too :)
Terry Starkey (1 год назад)
I love Annette's setup! I've been researching / planning for several years now, and we're in the process of getting some acreage right now. This is EXACTLY the kind of approach I have been planning to take. It's so cool to see that someone has already done it and is having such success.
bullmaster lyle (1 год назад)
James Mclaughlin (1 год назад)
yukima, LOL
Chancellor Merkelisms (1 год назад)
Love your content, but you should invest in a comb bro.
R Shackleford (11 месяцев назад)
Baby Jeebus you ever been in to Florida! I live here, there's no reason for a comb when it's triple digits and humidity 100%. We all look like cast members of tv show "Lost", lol! 😅
John Johnson (1 год назад)
Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ Change your user name. You damm sure don't represent a teacher of love and kindness.
11219tt (1 год назад)
Also fuck you lol
11219tt (1 год назад)
Lord God and Savior Jesus Christ he likes his hair like he likes his gardens.
Fernando Romera (1 год назад)
Video starts at 8:00
The Passionate Gardener (1 год назад)
Great video! thanks for sharing!❤
Gobi Grey (1 год назад)
Ha, truck bed liner. I remember my dad cutting one of those up and burning the whole thing in the burn barrel. God that stunk and we lived in town. The neighbors probably hated us. He burned a shop vac once too. And all the oil from his lawn mower. No wonder they banned burn barrels.
M Patrick (1 год назад)
Green papaya tastes like squash. They use the green papaya like a vegetable in the Philippines.
eddie parra (1 год назад)
Please, check ur fiverr.
Brandon Garewal (1 год назад)
Why not?
Donovan Vasta (1 год назад)
If your grow a seedling tree and the fruit is bad you could always top work it and graft it to a better variety.

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