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Busted for Growing Veggies! Reason.tv’s Nanny of the Month for September 2010

Nanny of the Month turns one-year-old this month, and it seems that public officials’ obsession with minding other people’s business has only intensified over the past 12 months. We’ve exposed meddlers who want to squash other people’s right to do everything from sing karaoke, to drink raw milk, and bust a move at ladies night. What could possibly top all that? How about the “Greenest County in America” suing a man for growing too many vegetables in his garden? Presenting Reason.tv’s Nanny of the Month for September 2010: DeKalb County, Georgia CEO Burrell Ellis! Approximately 1.20 minutes. “Nanny of the Month” is written and produced by Ted Balaker; Associate Producers: Paul Detrick and Alex Manning; Opening Animation: Meredith Bragg. To watch previous Nanny of the Month videos, go here: www.youtube.com Go to Reason.tv for HD, iPod, and audio versions of this and all our videos, and subscribe to Reason.tv’s YouTube channel to receive automatic notification when new content is posted.

The Natural way of growing big vegetables How to make compost tea

Learn how to grow giant vegetables. Using only natural growing systems. This system is more than just organic gardening, it takes nature as it’s example and duplicates her way of growing plants. Learn how to make compost tea.
Video Rating: 5 / 5

The Natural way of growing big vegetables / garden

Learn how to grow giant vegetables. Using only natural growing systems. This system is more than just organic gardening, it takes nature as it’s example and duplicates her way of growing plants.

Will Allen Talks Us Through Growing Power

The response we received from our original story (How 1 MILLION Pounds of Organic Food Can Be Produced on 3 Acres) was amazing but at the same time created many questions from subscribers who needed further information. If you have not seen the original story, please click here (wakeup-world.com . We have since conducted a lot of research and we are happy to share with you all further information on this amazing project. It would appear that there are many subscribers of Wake Up World who have been tasked with a similar project in their local community and we trust that the following information will be of use and would love to hear from anyone that is putting this into practice. The co-founder of this initiative is called Will Allen and stated a company called “Growing Power” Growing Power began with a farmer, a plot of land, and a core group of dedicated young people. Today, our love of the land and our dedication to sharing knowledge is changing lives. Will Allen, Chief Executive Officer believes, “If people can grow safe, healthy, affordable food, if they have access to land and clean water, this is transformative on every level in a community. I believe we cannot have healthy communities without a healthy food system.” Their goal is a simple one: to grow food, to grow minds, and to grow community. So how do they do it? Continue Reading The Article here – wakeup-world.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Twitter – twitter.com Web – www.wakeup-world.com – Alternative News
Video Rating: 5 / 5

Will Allen Take A Tour Group Around Growing Power

The response we received from our original story (How 1 MILLION Pounds of Organic Food Can Be Produced on 3 Acres) was amazing but at the same time created many questions from subscribers who needed further information. If you have not seen the original story, please click here (wakeup-world.com . We have since conducted a lot of research and we are happy to share with you all further information on this amazing project. It would appear that there are many subscribers of Wake Up World who have been tasked with a similar project in their local community and we trust that the following information will be of use and would love to hear from anyone that is putting this into practice. The co-founder of this initiative is called Will Allen and stated a company called “Growing Power” Growing Power began with a farmer, a plot of land, and a core group of dedicated young people. Today, our love of the land and our dedication to sharing knowledge is changing lives. Will Allen, Chief Executive Officer believes, “If people can grow safe, healthy, affordable food, if they have access to land and clean water, this is transformative on every level in a community. I believe we cannot have healthy communities without a healthy food system.” Their goal is a simple one: to grow food, to grow minds, and to grow community. So how do they do it? Continue Reading The Article here – wakeup-world.com Facebook – www.facebook.com Twitter – twitter.com Web – www.wakeup-world.com – Alternative News
Video Rating: 3 / 5

Growing Tomatoes with Goldfish – Aquaponics update 2+10 system 4-10-2011

This is just a short update on the 2+10 system. Roma tomatoes.
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Organic Food: Growing at Home Vs. Buying

Organic Food: Growing at Home Vs. Buying – as part of the expert series by GeoBeats. I guess I would say the only real con is that it is extremely laborious. So it takes a lot of time to garden and to grow your own food and to weed and to fertilize and to plant and basically the upkeep of the garden itself of whatever you are growing. It really takes a lot of time especially if it is organic because you are not putting any sort of massive chemical in there to just have instant growth or anything like that. And so it is going to take a lot of time from you. I would also say maybe the only other one is that with a farm you are going to get produce at its peak maturity basically because a farmer has spent years learning the trade, and they know exactly how long things need to stay in the ground, they have learned exactly what time to pull them out, how long to keep them. Even if the weather changes and all of that, they know how to work with that. And if you are not an experienced farmer yourself, or gardener even, that is going to take you years to really learn that craft. And so, that is kind of the other benefit of buying from a farm versus growing it yourself. And I guess there probably is one more, in the sense that farmers, because we have greenhouses and things like that, that we can grow things that you can typically get in season for yourself. So depending on where you live, you know, like we are in northwest and so we get a lot of rain, we do not get a lot of sun

Growing Wine Grapes and an Organic Vegetable Garden at Kendall Jackson Winery

John from www.growingyourgreens.com visits the Kendall-Jackson Winery in Fulton, California to see whats growing on. He talks about some varieties of wine grapes and then visits some areas of the garden including the international garden plantings as well as sharing some of the vegetables that are growing over the winter in California.
Video Rating: 4 / 5