Want to know how to make the BEST soil for the BEST homegrown food in your garden?

I love to cook for my family. AND I love to grow a lot of the food in my own garden. The KEY to good, fresh food, is fantastic soil, and for that, why not make your own? Follow along as I show you in this short video, THE BEST recipe for making awesome Compost in your garden! My gardens are in New England, zone 6b/7a.

Please let me know in the comments, how you make your own compost, too?

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Most of you know, I prefer to grow my own food, locally. It's healthier for my family, and for the planet. I know what goes into my foods, and what chemicals are NOT in my food. Also, It cuts down on carbon emissions, less trucking, planes, trains, and boats, to get fresh foods to my table.

And that makes me smile... better for the planet, better for my own family.

Are you growing and gardening? Are you participating in GroVid23? use the hashtag #growvid23 for your gardening posts, too!

Let me know below in the comments...

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Leave me a comment, below...
and a link to your #GroVid23 garden!

It's time to take control of your own food supply,
your own health and your own lives.

The GroVid23 Challenge:
Grow Your OWN is not just a simple short challenge,
it's about taking control of your future!

Happy Gardening and Cheers,

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I have a small garden and I do cultivate vegetables and some other crops too. My tomatoes are doing well.

Most of my tomato plants are done, maybe only 15 plants out of the 100 or so, I started the season with still producing.

Yes please! My challenge is how thinly spread both I and my scraps are. Chickens. Worms for chickens. Goats. And hungry growing children to complete the computation

I am amazed at how much scrap from my kitchen I sued to throw away and now, use to create my own growing soil!

Bang, I did it again... I just rehived your post!
Week 175 of my contest just can now check the winners of the previous week!

Interesting addition of the shredded paper 🤔 I don't have a good routine for composting so this is good info.

just remember no coated paper (waxy, shiny, glossy, etc)
I order a lot of things for my photography biz, and the stuff comes packed with lots of large sheets of white paper. That gets shredded and composted. News print is fine, too... (not glossy color inks) the ink used in modern news print is soy based, so, food safe for gardens

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