Gardening - Seed Starting Inside Engineered for Simplicity With Gene Black
Duration: 2h | Video: AVC (.MP4) 1280x720 30fps | Audio: AAC 44.1KHz 2ch | 1.78GB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
Successfully start seeds inside to produce plants for your garden using a method designed to minimize work and cost.
Learn how to start seeds inside so you can enjoy the wonderful taste of heirloom vegetables that aren't available for purchase at the supermarket. From seed to plant ready for transplant outside, I will walk you through the process step by step showing you not only what I do, but why I do it so that you can not only successfully follow my method, but adapt it for your individual needs. This course can help you with your indoor seed starting regardless of whether you're planning an urban vegetable garden, a container garden, want to use the square foot method in raised beds, or want to go all organic with your gardening approach.
Easily Start Seeds Inside Successfully Using the Methods Described in this Comprehensive Course.
Discover how to take the work out of seed starting
Learn how to make watering easy.
Grow strong seedlings that succeed in your garden.
Take the guesswork out of lighting.
Avoid costly mistakes with fertilizer.
Seed Starting Inside is the Cornerstone of a Successful Garden - and the Only Option If You Want Access to a Wide Variety of Delicious Heirloom Vegetables.
I grow hundreds of varieties (yes - varieties) of heirloom vegetables each year, many of which must be started from seed inside if I wish to grow them - I can't go to a local store and purchase plants. Starting from seed not only allows me to save money on plants, but it also enables me to make sure I have strong healthy seedlings ready to plant out on my schedule. In a given year I'll start 45-60 different varieties of tomatoes, and 15-30 different varieties of sweet peppers inside - along with several other types of vegetables. Rest assured though that my methods will work for you whether you have a small container garden or a large three acre plot.
In my search to find solutions and improved methods to the various challenges gardening provides, I've taken a holistic approach to gardening. When searching for a solution or improvement to a current process, I heavily consider both related fields of study as well as related environmental factors. This has led me to researching things such as hydroponics, aquaponics, grafting, and vermicomposting to discover what principles have been learned there that I can leverage to improve my gardening methods. I've also become involved in fields that compliment my gardening needs such as beekeeping and raising chickens. All of this is experience you get to benefit from as you learn the methods I've developed.
Download From Uploaded
Download From NitroFlare
Download From Rapidgator
Download From Uploadable