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Victory Vegetable Gardening

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Eric Stewart

on 17 November 2012

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Transcript of Victory Vegetable Gardening

Water Soil How do plants work? Roots Pepper Eggplant Strawberry Onion Beans Corn Swiss Chard Sweet Potato Spinach Vertical Towers Raised Garden Beds Why is PH important? Planting Schedule Styles of Garden Beds Pests Natural Pest Repellent Neem Predatory Insects Prey Mantis Ladybugs Lacewings Fragrant Herbs Basil Rosemary Lavender Lemongrass Square Foot Gardening Bio-Intensive Gardening Sheet Mulch Companion Planting Parts of a Plant Leaf Stem Photosynthesis In the Soil Leave and Fruit damage Wireworms Grubs Mole Cricket Caterpillars Tomato Hornworm Leaf Miner Whitefly Aphids Marigolds Types of Soil Water in the soil Rainwater collection Types of Vegetables Nightshade Allium Asparagus Brassica Cruciferous Composite Goosefoot Gourd Grass Legumes Mallow Sweet Potato Chives Garlic Leek Onion Shallot Bok Choy Broccoli Brussel Sprouts Cabbage Chinese Cabbage Collard Greens Kohlrabi Mustard Greens Turnip Arugula Daikon Radish Radish Horseradish Watercress Buckwheat Rhubarb Garden sorrel Buckwheat Amaranth Beet Chard Lamb's-quarters Quinoa Spinach Artichoke Chamomile Chicory Dandelion Endive Jerusalem artichoke Lettuce Romaine Lettuce Sunflower Cantaloupe Cucumber Pumpkin Squash Watermelon Zucchini Okra Wheatgrass Sweet Corn Alfalfa Beans Chickpea Green beans Jicama Lentil Pea Peanut Soy Chile pepper Bell Pepper Eggplant Potato Tomato Tomatillo How much water do I need? Macro Nutrients Micro Nutrients Primary Nutrients Secondary Nutrients Nitrogen (N) Phosphorous (P) Potassium (K) Calcium (Ca) Magnesium (Mg) Sulfur (S) Boron (B) Iron (Fe) Copper (Cu) Chloride (Cl) Molybdenum (Mo) Zinc (Zn) Rainwater Gardening Container Gardening Organic Material How much Land do I need? 4,000 square feet minimum per person Start small 5ft x 5ft or a container garden Raised Wicking Bed
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