Tag: yard

A clear solution for farmers – Farm Yard Infrastructure

the farm yards the hub of the farm but it can also be the place where there’s the biggest threat of pollution Catchment Sensitive Farming gives farmers support and financial help towards improvements that can make our waters cleaner and safer David Mitchum’s a mixed farmer in Devon and for him, containing animals as well […]

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Backyard Urban Aquaponics Farm Grow 3000 Heads of Lettuce a Month

Alright! This is John Kohler of Growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you. My last day here in Maui, I’m sad to actually be flying out here tonight, but I’m actually really happy because I’ll be seeing my girlfriend tomorrow. But anyways, aside from that, why I’m here today, in a standard residential […]

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Top 3 Easy Bananas to Grow & Residential Micro Farm Tour

Alright! This is John Kohler with growingyourgreens.com. Today we have another exciting episode for you. I’m still on vacation. Beautiful Hawaii. Soaking up the beautiful sun, the rays. And instead of being on my beach on the beach with my girlfriend, which I’m supposed to be actually right now, I’m here making one more video […]

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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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Mower Mayhem

So I just hope it didn’t ruin the mower. Came out to mow my mom’s lawn, rolled up all the hoses. Or so I thought. This one was hiding down in the grass, this grass was all grown over it like that. And I didn’t see it. It wasn’t hooked to any spigot and all […]

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How to Overseed your Lawn – Tips from Pennington for Seeding

One of the surest ways to maintain a thick healthy lawn is to reseed routinely. At least once maybe even twice a year depending on the type of turf you’re growing. And for over 30 years, long before I became a TV gardener, I’ve used Pennington grassy because I get consistent results. But you can’t […]

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how to use a leaf plow

see the description for a link to a video with the leaf blower mounted to the side of the blower you would create a pile in a line as you work your way across the yard we did not get a substantial amount of leaves this year the leaf plow works best with more leaves […]

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