10 Gardening Products & Practices I’ve Abandoned & Why
Over the years, I’ve abandoned a number of the gardening products and practices I grew up with or used in the past in my own garden. This process of elimination has led me to a low cost, low effort approach that gets excellent results by focusing on what really works.
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Today I share 10 different gardening products and practices I’ve abandoned over the years and why I abandoned them.
1) Tilling – 0:30
2) Growing in Rows – 1:52
3) Synthetic Fertilizer – 2:35
4) Store Bought Compost – 3:30
5) Store Bought Organic Fertilizer – 4:17
6) Rock Dust – 5:04
7) Biochar – 6:10
8) Comfrey Tea – 7:27
9) Compost Tea – 8:22
10) Turning Compost Frequently – 9:15
“The Truth About Garden Remedies” by Jeff Gillman: http://amzn.to/2ahkgtq
“Decoding Gardening Advice” by Jeff Gillman: http://amzn.to/2ahkj8z
“The Truth About Organic Gardening” by Jeff Gillman: http://amzn.to/2aN5iKc
“The Informed Gardener” by Linda Chalker-Scott: http://amzn.to/2ahkjFJ
“The Informed Gardener Blooms Again” by Linda Chalker-Scott: http://amzn.to/2a7lK6x
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Summary of Biochar Benefits from Washington State University: http://cru.cahe.wsu.edu/CEPublications/FS147E/FS147E.pdf