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The concept of hydroponics

By steve / May 6, 2018

Hydroponics is a form of agriculture where plant roots grow, not in soil, but in nutrient-enriched water. It’s a great method for producing food indoors and in small spaces. With the addition of automatic controls, it can be nearly maintenance-free. Hydroponic Historical Roots Hydroponic gardening has roots in ancient history, possibly as far back as […]

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Organic Gardening Tips from City Farmers Urban Nursery

By steve / April 28, 2018

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ visits City Farmers Urban Nursery in San Diego, California to give you a tour of this family-owned nursery in business since 1972. After the quick tour, John will take you to many ares of the nursery that he liked to share with you his organic gardening tips and new varieties of edible […]

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Cold and snow are about to sweep across the U.S…look after those tender plants

By steve / April 28, 2018

It’s April. I know. Flowers should be blooming, outdoor lunches should be starting. But that springtime reality is a long way off for tens of millions of Americans. For people living across the Upper Midwest, Great lakes, Ohio Valley, Mid-Atlantic, and New England, an Arctic blast and series of storm systems will make it look […]

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7 Actions You Can Do Right Now to Save the Earth

By steve / April 28, 2018

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares with you the most important 7 actions you can take right now to help save the planet. In this Earth Day 2018 Episode, John will share how gardening and growing more plants are one of the keys to helping to save the planet. You will learn what John does on a […]

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Prince gets a brand new tribute in the form of a flowering bush

By steve / April 28, 2018

On Sunday, artist Christine Stein stepped outside her California home to discover a surprise: The massive bush growing behind her custom tribute to the late musician Prince had bloomed for the first time. Though the mural itself attracted attention back in 2016, it found new online fame after Stein shared a photo of the surrounding […]

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Prevent Spraying of Chemical Pesticides in Your Neighborhood

By steve / April 28, 2018

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ talks with Josh Cunnings of the Boogie Brew Company about the spraying of chemicals in his neighborhood. If kids in FL are willing to stand up against assault weapons, then how about eliminating the silent assassin that kills far more of us than America’s gun-a-holic culture ever could. Chemicals are responsible for […]

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More Vegetable Gardening

By steve / April 28, 2018

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ answers your organic gardening questions including What are some low maintenance vegetables I can grow? What is your opinion on pure protein fish hydrolysate? What are your favorite edible flowers to grow and much more.. John will answer the following questions at the following times: 02:22 Episode Starts 04:35 What type of […]

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