Over 12 years ago, my brother started a garden with me and that kickstarted my own passion for gardening. It's a big reason why Epic Gardening exists today. But...HE STOPPED GARDENING! Until today. Learn along with us as we start a garden in his back
People often ask me why should I grow vegetables in containers rather than in the earth bed. In this video I will will share 12 reasons to consider for container gardening.
Although comparing the performance of all the different color/mesh-size combinations produced a lot of different numbers, it was generally found that the various types of red netting were much more effective than their black and/or white equivalents.
In a shocking turn of events, authorities in Norway have approved genetically modified (GMO) canola oil as feed for its farmed salmon industry...
Burying kitchen scraps in the garden is one of the most well-known practices in gardening - but does it actually work? And do some things work better than others? In this video, we strive to uncover the truth about burying kitchen scraps in the most
A new University of Michigan-led international study finds that fruits and vegetables grown in urban farms and gardens have a carbon footprint that is six times greater than conventionally farmed grown produce.
In this video, I share with you the reality of maintaining a large food garden and how many hours of work per week it takes to grow food and keep this type of homesteading lifestyle.
Sound is a fundamental aspect of the environment and critical to ecosystems. Research has found that plants perceive sound as a mechanical stimulus that can encourage the flow of nutrients, promote growth, and strengthen their immune systems. Now, a
Farmers not sufficiently 'woke' can have accounts shut down without notice
We go into how he built his passive greenhouse that is amazingly energy efficient and how, after three years of growing, he just harvested 40 pounds of bananas during the -50C polar vortex in Saskatchewan.
This week's episode will feature David Stelzer (Founder and CEO of Azure Farm/Azure Standard) on their Quality Bulk & Natural Foods and nationwide distribution network; Maria Lobo Murga (from Argenita) on Javier Milei and the Libertarian Movement in
Now is the time to get ready for the planting season. Check out these great books and top-of-the-line products. Whether you're an experienced gardener or planting a few tomatoes in a bucket, you'll find these items useful.
In a world dominated by monocultures and industrial farming, Joel invites you on a journey to explore ancient practices that hold the key to revitalizing both our soil and our bodies.
Learning how to raise a year's worth of meat is pivotal in building resiliency. The good news is that there are many ways to go about this.
Wouldn't growing foods at home be BETTER for the environment? Not if your funding relies on portraying independent food supplies as bad for the planet.
Whether you're a beginner or looking to enhance your expertise I'm thrilled to introduce a game-changing course that goes beyond the ordinary!
There are two main reasons to start seeds indoors: to extend your growing season and for quality control. We've been starting seeds indoors for over a decade and have learned a lot through trial and error.
Bayer's modi?ed soil microbes could trigger a genetically engineered doomsday for agriculture. Is that what Bayer wants?
This analysis warns that the uncontrolled spread of genetically engineered microbes could contaminate soil on such a vast scale that it could be the end of farming.
The genetically modified canola oil, newly approved in Norway to feed farmed salmon, is engineered to be grown using glufosinate, an herbicide banned in the European Union and withdrawn from the French market in 2017 due to its classification as toxi
Blueberries are an intimidating plant to grow due to some of their 'unique' growing requirements. But today, all of that goes away, because @meggrowsplants is joining the Epic Ecosystem to drop her expert blueberry knowledge so you know exactly what
According to Our World in Data, grazing land for livestock and farming land for animal feed production combine to take up an astonishing 40 million square kilometers (15.4 million square miles) of land. That's well over a quarter of the Earth's ent
A detailed look at some of the most common edible plants, fruits, nuts, trees and seeds that you can eat while out in the wild.
Hey guys welcome to the second season of identification videos on edible and medicinal plants. In this video there are 13 different plants some are medicinal, some are edible, and one is a poisonous look a like. We will cover in depth the identificat
Climate change initiatives are wreaking expensive havoc all over the world. European farmer protests are sounding the alarm.
Mark Zuckerberg turns to FARMING as tech titan buys herd of cattle for his $270M 'Bond villain' Hawaii compound where he'll produce Wagyu and Angus steaks