Each One Teach One – Open Source Organic Gardening

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John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ shares his ideas about how to best spread the skills of organic gardening. In this episode John will share the co…

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25 Responses to Each One Teach One – Open Source Organic Gardening

  1. I absolutely love each and every one of your videos, but this one really
    touched my heart. My paternal grandmother taught me to garden at a very
    young age and now I’m teaching my daughter. You are right, John. There is
    nothing more important or special than transferring this knowledge that can
    help us to survive.

    Tc Anderson
    January 30, 2014 at 10:21 am

  2. Each One Teach One

    Jason B
    January 30, 2014 at 10:26 am

  3. I live in Las Vegas but very limited on time once a week for a few hours.
    Email me for details. looking forward to working with u.

    January 30, 2014 at 11:16 am

  4. Good stuff man, keep it up :) i think ppl are scared of bugs, i was scared
    of spiders when i was young (big ones) and you go past your fear after a
    while. You accept it cause its nature and feel more as one with it all. The
    smell of earth on your fingers is great. You could ask people anywhere if
    they got a question about something and you could show it to them as well
    how its done maybe? I’m pretty shy for making video’s i think haha but i’ll
    think about it. 😉

    Robert Christiaan Vliegenthart
    January 30, 2014 at 11:21 am

  5. Hi John. If you are still looking for someone to help in your garden I live
    in Las Vegas and am willing to help out. I have time on Sundays mostly. I
    started a garden here at my home based childcare this year and we are
    having a blast!

    January 30, 2014 at 11:30 am

  6. John, I love your videos! I live in Washington, D.C and also have my own
    videos on youtube @”lisa321ism” I would love to interview you on my show
    and invite you to my backyard garden.

    January 30, 2014 at 11:48 am

  7. I live in Las Vegas. I have some spare time to learn from you and help in
    your garden. email :pk46656@gmail.com

    Patricia Kurschinski
    January 30, 2014 at 12:23 pm

  8. I’m a first time organic grower and inspired by your many videos. My
    question is: If one has limited space and wants to have 1 or 2 4’x8′ raised
    beds, what are the most nutritionally rich herbs, greens for juicing and
    vegies that are above all others especially in a Northeastern climate. Do
    you have something like a top ten list or so? I tried to make my own list
    from your videos but you have so many plants to choose from that I’m a bit
    confused. Thanks for all the info you have shared.

    January 30, 2014 at 12:28 pm

  9. I am a tutor and I make sure my student helps me out in the garden at least
    one hour per week. It makes for an excellent change of pace, allows her to
    clear her head and still continue learning. Also,my two year old daughter
    helped me plant seeds and transplants this year and loves to weed and
    water. She loves the peas. Maybe soon we’ll get Daddy on board. Ugh! I wish
    I lived out there. I would gladly be your SLAVE! LOL

    January 30, 2014 at 1:13 pm

  10. John! I have a lot of paved areas in my yard, are those tan circular raised
    beds sitting on your concrete? Where can I find those circular beds?
    Thanks! Rob

    Rob Cow
    January 30, 2014 at 1:55 pm

  11. John you are the BEST!!! I do appreciate your work, Blessings

    January 30, 2014 at 2:27 pm

  12. I have liked all your videos… teaching my kids asi learn as well. Keep up
    the good work. Wish it was required in school as well

    Michael Turner
    January 30, 2014 at 2:36 pm

  13. also weeding??? what is that??? i mulch it up buddy.

    January 30, 2014 at 3:27 pm

  14. This is my first year of gardening, I live in the high desert of New
    Mexico. I am growing potatos, onions, cucumbers, squash, honeydew melon,
    and cherry tomatoes. So far most of them are growing, but not very well…
    maybe it is the heat? idk.. I still have a lot to learn. lol

    Avid Simmer
    January 30, 2014 at 4:17 pm

  15. John, I cant believe that I didnt even know this channel existed! I think,
    like many other people, I was trying to absorb as much info from your raw
    foods channel, and never even knew there was another source to learn from.
    You should make sure to mention this channel on your other channel, so that
    new people can subscribe. Thanks again for the help ordering and getting
    the juicer and dehydrator to Canada this week, we are so excited for them
    to arrive!

    January 30, 2014 at 5:14 pm

  16. Thanks John

    January 30, 2014 at 6:10 pm

  17. good job, John. I just picked my first Fig today. planted a small fig tree
    last month.

    J Chu
    January 30, 2014 at 6:47 pm

  18. John – you are doing such a wonderful job!!!! Your passion and inspiration
    is so energizing for so many – and THIS is what helps to shift the
    Dominator paradigm – – it helps spread motivation to others to grow, to see
    what is can be done – whether for just themselves and/or in growing for
    others. Anyone who can help you will be blessed and inspired! We need this
    in all areas of our lives from gardening, juicing, health, psychology,
    meditation, and spirituality – – Wishing you joy!!!!

    -Deborah Blair, MS, Ph.D-Healing Into Authenticity
    January 30, 2014 at 7:41 pm

  19. Hey – Just started juicing (at a friend’s suggestion), and just started
    watching (and am now subscribed to) all your youtube channels. TOTALLY
    WOW!!!!! Also love your message of sharing knowledge – in this case
    gardening – which is so uplifting. A ‘shoten zenji’ . Thanks.

    TeTil Russell
    January 30, 2014 at 8:05 pm

  20. Jhon, i like your videos and have gotten alot of info from them. I love to
    grow exotic fruit trees especially tropical varieties and some local
    varieties here in southern california like guavas, lychees,
    chico,pumello,zapotes, moringa.macademia nuts.asian pears, cara oranges,
    blood orange, mandarin, fuyu persimmons, blue berries. However, my neighbor
    has 3 large trees and have very invasive roots and has crossed over to my
    lot, help what can I do? My fruit trees have stunted growth help.

    Lemmor Velasco
    January 30, 2014 at 8:47 pm

  21. Great vid and so inspiring! You’re right it’s very empowering growing your
    own food, knowing where it’s coming from and just being connected to the
    whole process. I don’t have a yard, just a deck so everything I have is in
    containers but your vids and other gardeners on youtube have inspired me to
    push the envelope this year to see what’s possible! I made a vermicompost
    bin and am growing typical stuff but also growing sunflowers, corn, even
    sugarcane! 😀 We’ll see how it goes. Thanks again!

    January 30, 2014 at 9:17 pm

  22. Hi John! I live in Sonoma County and am a college student home for the
    summer looking for an internship! Would love to help you out. I have a
    little bit of experience volunteering at some community gardens in northern
    New Jersey that might come in handy if you need apugash@mevoearth (.org)

    January 30, 2014 at 9:24 pm

  23. John, I have to hand it to you, if it weren’t for all the info I’ve learned
    from watching your show, it probably would’ve taken me much longer to get
    the courage to invest in, and build, an aquaponic garden in my backyard.
    You really are an inspiration to many, keep up the great work! My goal with
    the aquaponics is to blend your techniques (Azomite, worm tea, copying
    nature) with my techniques (focus on efficiency), with typical aquaponics
    to get the best of both worlds. Like you say, CNEI!

    Randall Kerstetter
    January 30, 2014 at 10:12 pm

  24. Love your videos. Thank you for what you are doing for humanity. Love open
    source operating systems, OS online college classes, and so on. Since you
    asked to see gardens, I shared my first garden video with you as a “video
    response,” but I didn’t see it post…. I live at a high altitude,
    tropical, so gardening is a little different from there, it seems. All the
    best to you and yours!

    Susan Rena Rajkumar
    January 30, 2014 at 10:29 pm

  25. John, thanks for everything your do. I wish I was local to you, ild love to
    help you out you have certainly helped me already!

    January 30, 2014 at 10:49 pm

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