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How and why I began gardening

I need fresh veggies every day. I have been growing some of my own food since we bought a house in 2009. My goal was to provide at least ten percent of our own produce. That is hard to do and I never have enough of my own food during the growing season let alone the entire year.

That started to change when I discovered microgreens a couple of years ago. Greens at the micro level are more nutrient dense and are so flavorful that I prefer them to some of their full-grown counterparts.

I eat lots of store bought greens and the flavor is not worth the cost. I also don’t know where these greens came from or who grew them. With my own produce, I control the process and I want to share this with you. A

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5362588/

https://www.webmd.com/diet/news/20120831/tiny-microgreens-packed-nutrients

I know what it’s like trying to eat healthy with limited choices. That’s why I began growing my family’s food and spending all my free time perfecting produce. I now present you with microgreens.

When you grow your own microgreens you will realize a difference in price and quality that will have you asking for more. Once you start eating microgreens you will feel healthier and happier knowing that you have a pure source of nourishment in your life.

Along the way, I’ve learned some things and wish to share with you I present t the 5 secrets to you.

1. Grow what you eat

a. Square foot gardening.

  1. Grow Indoors
    1. Quickest start
    2. Healthy
    3. Year-round
    4. Low cost
  2. Plan for the long term
  3. Perennials means more food
  4. Water retention
    1. Swales
    2. Wood beds
    3. Rain capture
  5. Start with berries
  1. Automate
  1. Calendar of events
  2. Water
  3. Seeding
    1. timers
  4. Planting
  1. Bring in pollinators

 

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2 Comments

  1. Can you comment on getting a pond to hold water
    The most cost effective method.

    1. I don’t have experience with pond building and I agree it is the most cost efficient means of having water on your property. You should give a listen to this episode from Jack Spirko at TheSurvivalPodcast.com http://www.thesurvivalpodcast.com/calls-3-22-13

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