Why Urban Farm Grows Food in 100% Container Garden

John from http://www.growingyourgreens.com/ goes on a field trip to downtown Fort Lauderdale, Florida to share with you a urban farm who grows food in 100% c…
Video Rating: 4 / 5

25 Responses to “Why Urban Farm Grows Food in 100% Container Garden”

  1. Great video John. 

  2. Container gardening can be quite a bit of fun. Much easier to concentrate
    the nutrients to the plants.

  3. 8:14 is that a pair of dead rats to the left of him?

  4. I just love my container garden. It really is amazing how much one can grow
    in containers. So nice to have fresh herbs and citrus trees around for
    cooking.

  5. Alberta Urban Garden Simple Organic and Sustainable Reply January 23, 2015 at 2:05 pm

    Wow John that is a great Urban Garden !! I hope one day to work with my
    city to develop a community garden so people with no space to grow can and
    to help the local food bank with fresh food ! Thanks for sharing my friend
    ! 

  6. Succession planting is still something I am working towards. Thank you
    again to everyone who maintains their YouTube channels… Such a wonderful
    source of inspiration and knowledge … I look forward to the next video.
    Hope you have a great day

  7. Clarissa Mc Kenzie Reply January 23, 2015 at 2:30 pm

    Another great video John and love the guys mission about farming. We all
    need this more than ever!

  8. DUDE JOHN WAS IN FT. LUADERDALE! Right next to me

  9. Pretty cool place John. What kind of soil amendments does Michael use?

  10. John, I miss the Restaurant Reviews.

  11. Justgivemethetruth Reply January 23, 2015 at 4:06 pm

    1:10 … YES, the industrial food system exists for one reason, to make
    money, to make money for people who already have money and want control
    over all of us, and many of them do not care at all about what they do to
    get that money. They don’t care about creating nutritious food, they just
    want to lie and fool us into perceiving value where there is none to
    impoverish us in every way. The capitalist system cannot exist when it is
    run in this mode, it is simply warfare and genocide.

  12. Thank you for the tour!

  13. Awesome. Keep these coming John : )

  14. Thanks to you I started a container garden here in south Florida and
    growing here is incredible! If you don’t use seeds and end up buying
    something small like a starter plant at $3.00 they still output more and
    taste better compared that $5 bag of “fancy” (old) lettuce at the
    supermarket.

  15. Nothing beats HOME GROWN. You should be very proud of yourself, John. You
    have inspired thousands of people to start ‘growing your greens’. I always
    seem to leave your channel learning something new. Azomite has been one
    of the soil amendments that you have turned me on to, along with Sea-90.
    Thank you for the field trip. Smiles, Lark

  16. another great and inspiring episode, but a pity that he didn’t filmed the
    pot container of that big papaya tree full of fruit, i was very interested,
    seeing is believing :) 

  17. GrowingIndependence Reply January 23, 2015 at 7:05 pm

    I love Living in Fla or as I like to call it the just add water state .

  18. Lol, His body language when he says, “I smoke one cigarette a day”, I’m no
    lie detection expert, but that’s a doozie

  19. Clarissa Mc Kenzie Reply January 23, 2015 at 9:03 pm

    How can I keep rabbits and rats from eating my greens out of the pots?

  20. I garden exclusively with fabric pots. They are great but need extra water
    in the summer. 

  21. Best video yet john! Very inspiring

  22. I was there a few weeks ago looking through the fence! Fort Lauderdale
    people rock! That garden looks ten times better in person. Made me hungry
    just looking at it. Thanks John for showing our city’s finest downtown
    attraction..

  23. That rebar and filter fabric on PVC is a great idea. Very creative folks
    here… nice segment… thanks… Keep on growin…

    Randy

  24. Yeah John! You are my favorite vegan guru man! You teach me so much every
    week man!