What if you could save time, money and energy by growing your own groceries? Why 'shop' anywhere else when you can grow a bounty of. Grow Your Own Groceries [Marjory Wildcraft] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. 2 DVD video discs and bonus resource CD. Why grow your own food? 1. Better nutrition. Studies show that garden produce often has more vitamins and minerals than supermarket produce shipped from.
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Certainly grow your own groceries if you are a beginner and not in my climate, but on te other hand it is a good way to start. Studies show that garden produce often has more vitamins and minerals than supermarket produce shipped from far away.
Growing your own food involves a small investment up front, but can save families hundreds of dollars in food costs each year. Many families are concerned grow your own groceries the products used in commercial agriculture and their potential effect on health.
Growing your own food gives you control over the choice to use pesticides or not and which ones.
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Good drainage is also important. You can buy good compost by the bag at gardening centers or have it delivered by the truckload from landscaping companies. Or if you are a REAL self-reliant gardener, make your own compost with scraps from the kitchen except meat or fatleaves, grass clippings, and refuse from the grow your own groceries.
Planting for Bumper Crops The key to having plenty of vegetables in a small space is to plant at the right time and keep each spot producing for the entire growing season. The idea is to use the same small gardens simultaneously for two grow your own groceries more crops.
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Plant fast-growing plants in the same space as slow-growing. Radishes, lettuces, onions, and spinach grow quickly, so they can be intermixed with slow growers like cabbage, tomatoes, and broccoli.
Corn, beans and squash are good companion plants. Plant all grow your own groceries in the same spot of ground at the same time. The corn will quickly grow tall, get the first sun, and the most moisture. Pole beans will climb up the cornstalks to get the sun.
The squash will grow along the ground and begin setting fruit at the same time the corn and beans grow your own groceries harvested and cleared away. Try planting carrots slow with peas fast and earlyonions or potatoes slow and below ground with beans fast and above groundor lettuce somewhat slow with radishes very fast.
I have watched the first DVD only, I had no time to access bonus materials yet.
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