Tag: gardening

Vertical Farming

Forget everything you know about farming. Big open spaces, tractors, even soil. After thousands of years doing things pretty much the same old way, there’s a, well, growing trend in agriculture: vertical farming. Every green plant needs the same few ingredients to grow: light, water, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and some assorted nutrients and minerals. Via […]

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Theory in Practice: A Tour of Zaytuna Farm

– Hi, Geoff Lawton here. And this is a 66 acre Zaytuna Farm which we started developing in 2001 through 2002. And, we laid out the mainframe of water harvesting systems, like this old swale here. This is the oldest, largest swale on the property. Planted the fruit forest, which is a perennial system. Even […]

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Urban Farming Using Wood Chips to Create the Best Organic Fertilizer

Alright! This is John Kohler with GrowingYourGreens.com through another exciting episode for you! I’m here on a field trip in Houston, Texas, actually—probably like in one of the ghettos of the city… Not maybe the nicest neighborhood, kinda near downtown, kinda near I-10 and 59. And they closed down I-10, so it was like an […]

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How to Make $100,000 Farming 1/2 Acre You Don’t Own

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you and I’m here working in my garden today planting stuff out as you guys can see. Things are growing slowly here in the winter, but at least there’s no snow in the ground. Like, where my next guest actually farms. […]

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How Sustainable Farming Can Be Better than Organic Agriculture

Alright! This is John Kohler of Growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you, and still on vacation in Maui. We’re going to share another cool organic farm with you guys. So where we’re at today is, we’re next to my friend Ryan’s place. There’s a few cool things about Ryan. Number one, I’ve […]

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Growing Food in the City – Urban Rooftop Farm in Downtown Toronto

>>ARLENE: we are at a quarter-acre rooftop farm at Ryerson University in downtown Toronto. We produce ten thousand pounds of food each year that goes to the farmers’ market and to our CSA customers and it’s distributed to the food room as well which is where students can get food for free. When we started […]

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Putting Away Tractors on the Ranch – Wyoming Winter Storage

Hi I’m Mike it’s a cold and gray Wyoming Tuesday morning hunting season is almost over the weather’s not supposed to get any better so it’s time to start cleaning out the sales barn and get a bunch of equipment put away on the project list on our Wyoming Life welcome back to the project […]

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She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy

Hi there I’m Mike and this is Our Wyoming Life When it comes to equipment on the ranch, the tractor is the backbone. And when it comes to tractors we have many different types and sizes. From small to medium to large. From multi use tractors to single use machines. Every tractor around here pulls […]

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This Little Calf Goes to From Ranch to Market

Hi I’m Mike, all year long on the ranch works toward this one day, today. When calves get brought in, sorted from their moms, loaded on trailers and sold at auction. It’s the ranches one pay day of the year, today on our Wyoming life. Its early, I’m waiting for the sun to rise a […]

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