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The Urban Gardening Daily News Roundup

The Urban Gardening Daily News Roundup

Your latest urban gardening news roundup Keep up to date with all the latest on Urban Gardening, GMO issues and other related matters from around the web Further Onsite Reading: Urban Gardening Urban Farming and Urban Agriculture – Explained Guide to Hydroponic Gardening Urban Beekeeping in Los Angeles Urban Farm Tour with Will Allen

Edible City: Grow the Revolution

Edible City: Grow the Revolution

Edible City is a fun, fast-paced journey through the Local Good Food movement that’s taking root in the San Francisco Bay Area, across the nation and around the world. Further Onsite Reading: Food Inc. – Full Length Film City of Orlando: Uproot Your Vegetable Garden or Pay Us $500 a Day Do we really need industrial agriculture to feed the world? 7 Food Forests in 7 Minutes

How to build a Keyhole Garden

How to build a Keyhole Garden

A Keyhole Garden has a composting basket built into its center. Water and compostable materials in the center – feeds and waters the crops in the surrounding veggie growing area. Further Onsite Reading: Hugelkultur – The ultimate raised garden beds How to Build a Compost Tumbler out of Re-purposed Materials Hydroponic growing systems for the novice Victory Garden Leader’s Handbook Ebook

Hugelkultur – The ultimate raised garden beds

Hugelkultur – The ultimate raised garden beds

Hugelkultur is raised garden beds that reduce or eliminate the need for irrigation and fertilizer. This video shows the why and how of this type of raised garden bed. Hugelkultur can be built by hand or with machinery; urban lots or large acreage farms. Further Onsite Reading: How to Build Raised Beds Ebook Junk Yard Converted into Food Forest How to build a Keyhole Garden Victory Garden Leader’s Handbook Ebook

How to Make Compost

How to Make Compost

Compost – a mixture of decaying organic matter, as from leaves and manure, used to improve soil structure and provide nutrients. Further Onsite Reading: How to Build a Compost Tumbler out of Re-purposed Materials Backyard Composting Guide Ebook Can Your Own Food – Grow food not lawns Green Corn Project