Videos

15 February 2019
Is there such thing as too much abundance? That is the official question of this extra exciting virtual tour. You are going to be blown away with the amount of production in under 8 years of Paul Zink's priceless, precious time on this land at Finca Madre in Alajuela, Costa Rica. (filmed April 2018.) You name the rare tropical fruit... he has it! We geeked out on everything ripe & ready....
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30 January 2019
All life depends on snow in Ladakh, with the high-altitude desert region receiving only 50mm of rainfall a year. Agriculture relies mainly on the water that comes from snow and glacial melt, but with rising temperatures and changing weather patterns, most villages in the area are experiencing severe water shortage. Since 1980 the average temperature has increased by more than two degrees, with a...
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22 January 2019
Hélène Dubé and her partner Alain Neveu from Es-Cargo (http://www.es-cargo.qc.ca/) have lived off-grid in Quebec, Canada for 11 years in a self-built earthship style home made of recycled tires filled with earth and large south-facing windows. *** Hélène is giving a workshop on April 1st if you want to check it out: https://ah186.isrefer.com/go/affhd000... H...
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18 December 2018
A short movie on how to grow rice without ploughing, giving full practical information on ground covers, mulching, the philosophy of natural farming as per Masanobu Fukuoka's vision Filmed at Solitude Farm, Auroville, South India.
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18 December 2018
This man is a hero and a leader for humanity. If we can humble ourselves to follow such leadership, we may yet turn around the destruction we are causing to the fertility and viability of life for humans on Earth. We have stripped the earth of her green cover. Trees are the lungs of the Earth. They hold the soil in place and create habitat for so much life. We must follow this man and people like...
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15 December 2018
De Greenhouse in the Snow is heated 100% by geothermal earth heat harvested by 1100' of tubes buried 8' deep the temp at 8' in most of the U.S.A is around 52 degrees. We grow thousands of tropical and subtropical plants. Our older citrus trees are up to 12' tall and produce an average of 150# of the best citrus in the world. We also grow figs, 9 types of grapes, 3types of...
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15 December 2018
Winter temperatures in Alliance, Nebraska can drop to -20°F (the record low is -40°F/C), but retired mailman Russ Finch grows oranges in his backyard greenhouse without paying for heat. Instead, he draws on the earth's stable temperature (around 52 degrees in his region) to grow warm weather produce- citrus, figs, pomegranates - in the snow. Finch first discovered geothermal heating...
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15 December 2018
FARM SHOW - "Underground" Greenhouse Grows Citrus In The Snow Growing lemons and oranges in Nebraska? Impossible, would be the first word most people would think of, but not Russell Finch. He bills himself as the largest citrus grower in all of Nebraska. Besides citrus he also grows pears, avocados, figs, roses, yucca, agave, hibiscus, and hundreds of other types of flowers, fruits,...
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14 March 2018
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17 February 2018
Diese uralte Kulturtechnik ist fast in Vergessenheit geraten und wirkt doch wahre Wunder. Dabei ist es so einfach, Kartoffeln zu äugeln. In diesem Video zeige ich dir, wie ich das mache. Ich wende die Technik aus mehreren Gründen an: Da ich am liebsten eigene Pflanzkartoffeln nehme, ermüden die Linien nach einigen Jahren. Die Erträge werden geringer und die Pflanzen sind anfälliger für...
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17 February 2018
Wir kommen jetzt zum vielleicht spannendsten Teil der Kartoffelexperimente von 2015, nämlich zur Frage: Gibt es die ideale Sorte für den Anbau in Säcken? Der Weg zur Antwort führte über etwa 20 Sorten, die ich in diesem Jahr im Sack angebaut habe. Die Highlights zeige ich dir in diesem Video.
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17 February 2018
Gartenzeitschriften, Bücher, Ausstellungen usw. zeigen meistens richtig toll perfekte Gärten. Das könnte ich mit etwas Mühe auch. Das wäre aber gelogen.
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17 February 2018
Wie rettest du deine kostbaren Knollen über den Winter? Manche Sorten haben ja eine schön lange Keimruhe, andere dagegen absolut nicht. Die dann bis zum nächsten Frühjahr pflanzfähig zu halten ist gar nicht so einfach
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17 February 2018
See how to prep seedbeds for precision seeding inside hoophouses and low-tunnels. Successful farming with hand tools based on market gardening growing practices.
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17 February 2018
La Grelinette, Broadfork, Biogabel, Doppelgrabegabel,
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14 February 2018
Growing Rare & Ancient Varieties of Heirloom Corn. Click here to learn more about Pawnee Eagle Corn.: http://www.prairiefirenewspaper.com/2...
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14 February 2018
A 200+ day journey growing wheat at home, and then making flour and bread.
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14 February 2018
Manuel Juraci Vieira needed a way to transport the honey he would collect from his beehives on his farm back to his home. His solution? His donkey, Boneco. Outfitted in his very own homemade beekeeping suit, Boneco tags alongside Vieira, helping him carry the honey they gather during their hauls. Working together, the unlikely colleagues and friends are able to harvest more of the sweet stuff...
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14 February 2018
In the village of Inakadate, Japan, elaborate expanses of “rice paddy art” grace the surrounding landscape. Looking for a way to boost tourism and contribute to the village’s rich culture, town officials turned to what they knew best — growing rice. Using dozens of varieties of rice as their color palette, locals gather to plant each new masterpiece, taking inspiration from local geography and...
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14 February 2018
This webinar, by Thomas Michaels of the University of Minnesota, was recorded on July 13, 2016.
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14 February 2018
Consider the humble potato. Many of us take the starchy tuber for granted. But not Julio Hancco Mamani. That’s because deep in the Andes mountains, in the Cusco region of Peru, this “Potato King” is continuing a family legacy by cultivating more than 400 native varieties of the crop. But he’s not just growing them for fun. Mamani’s goal is to preserve the great variety that he has established for...
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