63 Advanced Organic Gardening Tips to Have the Best Vegetable Garden

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you his 63 Advanced Organic Gardening tips that will ensure you have the most productive organic …

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37 thoughts on “63 Advanced Organic Gardening Tips to Have the Best Vegetable Garden

  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Jump to the following tips:
    01:24 Start a garden today
    01:34 Grow in Raised Beds
    01:39 Focus on building and feeding your soil; not growing vegetables
    01:54 Create a Habitat you and other creatures
    02:20 Value other creatures on the plant. Positively Identify creatures before taking any action
    02:50 Grow Microgreens Indoors
    03:00 Buy a Tee Shirt
    03:40 Compost all your food scraps and garden waste
    03:51 Don’t use chemical fertilizers or non-organic sprays in your garden
    04:15 Save your seeds and re-grow them each year
    04:27 Share your seeds with others
    04:36 Use No-Till gardening methods; increase soil biology that will aerate your sol sell your tiller.
    04:53 Use Reusable plant ties in your garden instead of single use
    05:05 You can grow in the shade
    05:16 Check to make sure its legal before gardening
    05:28 Continue your gardening education every day
    06:00 Spend time improving your garden every day
    06:16 Keep a Collection of Reused 5 Gallon Buckets in your garden
    06:34 Have Fun
    06:45Walk Your whole Garden once or twice a day
    07:02 Grow up all vertical fences and walls in your space
    07:24 Put up a greenhouse or hoop house to extend your growing season
    07:38 Start growing early in the season and end late in the season by covering your beds
    07:53 Experiment with 20-25% new varieties every year
    08:12 Brix test your harvest to see how you can improve quality of the food you grow
    08:28 Visit local gardens, farms and other local gardens to find out what works and what doesn’t work in your area
    08:48 Pull out Dead plant as soon as possible and replace with healthy plants
    09:20 When you have a failure, ask yourself how can you do better
    09:42 Source the best compost in your area for your garden beds
    10:05 Add fungal dominated compost to your garden beds
    10:21 Use Rock Dust in your garden beds for Trace Minerals
    10:38 Add a good quality Worm Casting to your garden beds
    10:49 Use Seaweed for better plant growth
    11:00 Cover your soil with mulch. I prefer to use a living mulch
    11:21 Add beneficial bacteria and fungi in to your garden
    11:36 Use Insect Frass in Your Garden Mix
    12:00 Add Biochar to your garden by adding up to 20% to your compost pile
    12:28 Make and Use Compost Tea at every week or two
    12:45 Foliar Feed Sea Minerals once or twice a month
    12:57 Pee in your garden; natures most valuable nitrogen fertilizer
    13:36 Grow High Value Crops
    14:14 Grow Leafy Greens
    14:25 Grow Herbs
    14:40 Plant crops that are proven in your area
    15:07 Plant crops at the right time of year
    15:26 Ensure Plant has the proper microclimate
    15:54 Grow a variety of edible foods to ensure success
    16:11 Grow a good percentage of perennial vegetables
    16:45 Grow a percentage of Wild Foods / Edible Weeds
    17:17 Plant transplants spaced systematically
    17:42 Pick off bad bugs or spray with high-pressure water before spraying even organic sprays
    18:24 Grow Plants that are resistant to pests
    19:01 Attract Pollinators to your garden
    19:15 Attract beneficial insects to your garden by planting attractant plants
    19:25 Release Beneficial Insects besides ladybugs in your garden
    19:40 Optimally, don’t keep a worm bin; keep the worms in your garden beds and feed them appropriately
    20:09 Harvest Rain Water to water your plants
    20:21 Install a water-efficient irrigation system on an automatic timer
    20:45 Water Each Plant Enough. Not Too Much, not too little.
    21:00 Filter City Water to remove chlorine that negatively affects soil life
    21:25 Go out to your garden before every meal to harvest food to eat, so you minimize buying inferior quality food at the store
    21:48 Juice Your Vegetables so you can get more nutrition in you
    22:25 Ferment your vegetables to increase certain nutrients and increase storage time
    22:45 Preserve your harvest with freeze-drying to retain the highest level of nutrients including powerful antioxidants

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Hello John,
    I have an Angel's Trumpet in my back yard and the cabbage worms are eating the leafs. I tried to get red of them in several ways, but they keep coming back. What can I do about it? Please help.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    I over watered my rosemary plant that was in a container and it died 🙁

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    You are always so encouraging. I am learning so much about gardening and I am trying to grow in beds and pots just to try things. I love to spend a little time in the garden every morning before I leave for work and it has made my day more relaxing.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    I take some sample gardening products to this guy I know and at first he said Azomite did not work and two years later he raved about an improvement in the quality of his plants. I just gave him written instructions why I use trace minerals from the ocean (kelp, crab shells, fish fertilizer, fish bonemeal, and azomite) and a few other suggestions. Most people in this community look at me like Deer in the Headlights when I ask for a certain product such as a root inoculant or bacillum, its just outside their area of knowledge… I really want to do "Pot Testing" to assure me its the best quality LOL!

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    The secret to keeping lady bugs around is to give them a home to go back to. A clean soda bottle in a well-shaded area or the package they came in hidden under a plant usually works. Whatever home you choose, keep their doorway small.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Man John I hope you see this. You should plant out apple melons. They love the heat. We've had 100 degree weather down here in deep south Texas and they have thrived.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Oh and by the way about the heat in the ground I’m talking about in the garden area itself not in a greenhouse or under a flat of seeds I’m talking about a larger operation more like you know hundred square feet or something like that or more commercial style so that the seeds that normally I half to germinate in my house in January and February I could be germinating in the garden area during those time periods when the outside temperature during the day is approximately 50° and the temperature at night is approximately 28 to 32° thank you very much, D. E. P. Roseville,CA

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    So yeah I have a question for the community and for you Jonathan I know you don’t have much time to answer these kinds of questions so your opinion is a fantastic thing to have unfortunately I am not relying upon you to answer this question so it needs more than a thumbs up: what does a community think about heat mats or he coils or warming the soil with artificial means using a controller to regulate the temperature the size needed blah blah blah… Thank you

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Your statement of using bio char in the compost bin or in the composting situation makes a lot more sense than making a soil mixture and then adding this to the garden.

    So I’m just kind of curious through the community discussion what does everyone else date the best use of bio char, Pretty expensive product and although I’ve seen the couple of videos how to make biochar it’s not really practical for me. So the last time I purchased bio char was after the heirloom festival in Santa Rosa last year and now thinking of adding it to my compost bins would be a better use and it was certainly would go a lot farther.

    So I have pretty small garden it’s about 2 1/2‘ x 60‘ I’m just utilizing the perimeter of my traditional yard everything is within reach. Now I’m considering putting in two 4 x 4. I’ve always use raise beds not as sophisticated as the ones you had in Santa Rosa John. If I see you at boogie brew at the heirloom festival in September I may bring you some juice maybe I should pay for a five-minute phone call so I can find out: … some information in regards to your preference of what your formula is for your favorite juice since this year I’m going to bring my green star3000 model I would like to bring it to boogie brew and set it up so that in all of us can have some fresh juice of our choice rather than a half an hour packet in in glass bottles.

    So the Malabar spinach that I purchased from you last year through Lauren is growing and it’s about 5 inches tall I put five seeds in pony pack and four of them grew so it’s pretty good germination rate, I have two long Jevity spinach growing in the garden one in a 1 gallon pot that I transplanted last weekend all three are in different areas of the garden hopefully one will make sure they’re too small yet to harvest, the tree collars I don’t know anything about they all look like broccoli babies to me I put in the collards tree collards broccoli garlic the same. This year I opened up another 25‘ x 2 1/2‘ plot.

    I am doing what you said to do in regards to planting in the garden a little here and there there are no real monocrop areas whatsoever except for maybe one area where I’m growing ginger and potatoes and artichokes.

    The stands are at least 4 x 4 oh excuse me 4 x 2 1/2. All the rest of the spacer intermingled with every annual semi perennial and perennial along with last year‘s formula this is your is John your formula you stated on one of your bio char videos when you went to a bio char manufacture. I will not do this again I will be adding my bio char to my composter what I should say composters yes I’ve now become ofObsessed with composting.
    You’re right walking in your garden taking a look at it checking it out seeing if there’s insects that are predatory seeing if there’s insects that are grazers looking around checking it out it takes about five minutes maybe 10 max. Once in the morning once in the evening can you just check it out it doesn’t take much time, this is really a vigilant thing you need to stay on top of.

    Thank you community and thank you John really a Really if no I mean really thank you. Your friendly gardener from Roseville California.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    John, thanks for the refresher, and the multitude of new ideas!

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Another great video thanks john,. You the man my brother, jah,. Bless all,. 209triangel, harold.wilton, galt,. Davo,. G

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    My uncle always said, The shadow from the gartner is the best fertilizer … 👨🏻‍🌾
    I think 🌊 sea weed makes a good shadow when mulched under new plants

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Any recommendations as to water filtration? The videos in which you cover this topic are pretty old. Should I go with a carbon filter or a KDF filter? Which brands do you recommend?

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    tip of the day always grow at min 4 of what ever your growing an place them in diff parts of the yard away from each other. if any one of them fail due to diseases of poisons or anything you always have a few unharmed!

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    EXTRA STUFF is needed. There are toooo many farming/gardening nooobs to be catering to those that struggle with A.D.D. here in what is referred to by some as "the entitlement era"…Please continue to offer the valuable, detailed information that you so enthusiastically present and we so eagerly consume!! Thank you in advance

    #EffTheHatersAndUnappreciativeBrah

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    I love your channel. I learning to do and produce my own food, is relaxing and help to decrease the cost of food. Question, are you provide "one to one" consults? I live in FL and I want to use part of my backyard as my "food production" but I need help to do it. Let me know please!!!!

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Yes I almost froze a monarch butterfly catipillar but didn't because I looked it up before doing so.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    I strive to only grow organic, growing vertical this is the first year I've tried growing this way, really enjoy everything you are teaching. Thank you I do have my own worm tower love having my own worm compost. I'm still trying to get the compost pile right. Thank you 😊 you rock.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    👍nice one John. You fitted a lot of info in there at the speed of sound.
    Would sure be nice if you did one of your daily fruit veggie picks to blend them to see how to make tasty smoothies. But poignantly to see what you pick n mix.

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  • July 31, 2018 at 4:16 am
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    Got a spider looking after one of my pepper plants and it's the spider's home. Awww

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