Growing food in containers at home

Different types of containers can be used to grow vegetables and tree saplings at home. Even in the smallest yard a nice family kitchen garden can be set up….
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25 Responses to “Growing food in containers at home”

  1. I really wanted to have a vegetable in a container but the bugs keep on
    coming. Do you have any fertilizer or any specific soil you use?

  2. INSPIRING…amazing…thanks for sharing your ideas (^_^)

  3. do i need to buy garden soil ? tks

  4. Jo Jo Rom = Blessed are the ones that teach the people how to farm.

  5. LOVE this! Very resourceful and environmentally efficient. 

  6. amazing

  7. Have you heard the talk about – “Shuzman Awesome Container Homes” (do a
    search on google)? Ive heard some extraordinary things about it and my
    cousin built a cool shipping container home with it.

  8. Awesome:) Keep up the great work keeping it green!

  9. Garden Sheds Devon Reply August 26, 2014 at 11:55 am

    I really appreciate people who are enthusiast in growing vegetables at home
    no matter how limited their spaces are! These ideas might help you somehow
    to acquire your own healthy foods with your simple endurance. I would love
    to share this post! 

  10. It is so inspiring when you can contribute great influence to every
    individual and to our environment as well. I considered this very
    resourceful ideas and economical way of growing systems as one of the best
    effective approach to customize limited spaces. Good job! 

  11. Love this idea. Husband will use lawn mower to damage plants…Great idea.

  12. i saw our Mayor in the video…. nice garden….. 

  13. hi, could you help me find Mr. Jojo ROM. I would like to ask him for a
    one-to-one lessons in Urban Gardening. thank you.

  14. Love this it is such a great idea ..I am doing this just on a way smaller
    scale ..great way to recycle water bottles etc.

  15. Fantastic, what soil is it grown in? Any extra fertilizer or just compost?

  16. Willem Van Cotthem Reply August 26, 2014 at 3:49 pm

    Good to hear that you will involve youngsters in these actions. Success !

  17. Willem Van Cotthem Reply August 26, 2014 at 4:10 pm

    I don’t !

  18. to mix compost with sand …this gives me a better idea..thanks for the

  19. Willem Van Cotthem Reply August 26, 2014 at 5:25 pm

    No information available

  20. What kind of fertilizer do you apply to these plants? Organic or inorganic
    considering a very small amount of soil you have in a pot?

  21. The music is obviously distracting

  22. thumbs up for the great idea!!!you have a very nice garden!

  23. it is amazing how people manage….although the stament at 4:43 “forget
    malnutrition” is not true at all…a lot of the population of this planet,
    live in areas where the weather and other conditions don’t cooperate, so
    growing your own food is not feasible and the only alternative is creating
    green rooms, which means more complex solutions…someday in the future we,
    the people of this time, should be viewed as the people that failed to
    provide food for a lot of the children of our planet…

  24. Willem Van Cotthem Reply August 26, 2014 at 8:47 pm

    A soldering iron ?

  25. Is there any toxin issues with using plastic cotainers. I have some very
    good plastic containers that were used for feeding Molasses with some
    nutrients to cattle, but I don’t know if I should use them, (even though I
    have washed and cleaned them thoroughly. I’m sure I can use them for
    flowers, but I want to use them for veggies. If there coulod be a problem,
    then is there some kind of liner that I could use?