John from answers your organic gardening questions including How to make meals from the crops you are growing, are coffee grounds good for the garden, how to protect the garden from excessive sun and heat, how to grow a patio garden, are soil humates good or bad and much, much more.

John will answer the following questions at the following times:
02:40 Is it difficult for you to grow enough food all year?
05:00 Do You grow enough food in the wintertime?
06:40 Are Coffee Grounds good for your garden?
07:10 How do make meals out of your harvest?
10:50 How to use the foods you grow to make meals
16:40 Can you talk about phytoremediation and soil contaminants?
20:18 Can you reuse the potting soil on a diseased plant in a pot?
21:55 How do I protect my garden from excessive sun and heat?
26:45 How often should you water your garden in the summer?
30:00 What is the best way to start a garden on a balcony?
30:40 My Tree Collard is Flowering, will it continue to grow?
31:30 I have two garbage cans of food scraps mush, can I add it to my garden?
33:24 What are your opinions on soil humates?
35:10 How do I get rid of fungus in my raised bed garden?
37:16 How to keep food fresh without a fridge?
37:38 Can I top my tree collard tree?
39:35 How do I increase the minerals in my garden?
47:52 Live in the Now
48:32 Do you grow fruit tree from seed?

After watching this episode, you will learn John’s answers to these questions, and probably learn many more organic gardening tips and tricks along the way.

Referenced Episodes
Reflective Shade Cloth Episode

Vilardi Gardens Phoenix Episode (Plants in Phoenix)

Growing a Garden on a patio

How to Store Your food without a Fridge

Ocean Solution (liquid trace minerals) Episode

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