Growing your own food successfully is a constant process of learning which techniques work best for you and your plants. More often than not, we learn from the mistakes we make along the way, or through simple bits of advice from other gardeners. These short cuts handed down from other gardeners can save us valuable time. If you do not have any friends who are gardeners, consider contacting your local Master Gardeners Association. They regularly have classes and can provide you with indispensable knowledge of native plants that grow in your area, how to cultivate the soil, companion gardening, reducing weeds and more.
Recently, I wrote an article listing essential gardening laws to give your plants the best chance at providing you with a big harvest. Taking that advice and using these ten quick tips provided in the video by experienced gardeners can help you save time, increase your growing space and reduce costs.
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