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The Synergistic Garden

Emilia Hazelip
Monday 31 March 2008
Emilia Hazelip presents the approach she developed based on permaculture and Masanobu Fukuoka’s principles of natural farming. She explains that her method improves soil life by using permanent beds, by keeping the ground permanently covered using mulches, and by planting together different (...)


Ruth Stout’s Garden

Monday 31 March 2008
This video presents Ruth Stout’s approach to gardening: putting hay on the ground, and then planting through it. That’s all! No soil work, no weeding, no watering, no fertilizer!


Web Seminar - Iain Tolhurst, Stockfree Organic Farming

Thursday 29 October 2009

Free online seminar with Iain Tolhurst, a leader in the field of plant-based agriculture. He describes the green manures and crop rotation that are used to maintain fertility on his farm, as well as concepts for carbon-sequestration in farming.



Planet Earth: Shangri-La in New Zealand

Sunday 7 November 2010

This online video from Planet Earth introduces some basic concepts of veganic agriculture while visiting a veganic education centre in New Zealand. Shangri-La is an intentional community with veganic gardens and orchards that are run by volunteers.



Growing Green with Iain Tolhurst

Online video - Vegan Organic Network
Sunday 7 November 2010
Growing Green is a free online video which interviews Stockfree Organic farmer Iain Tolhurst. In this 17-minute film, produced by the Vegan Organic Network, Iain take viewers on a tour of his farm, and explains his fertilization techniques using green manures and crop rotation. The film is (...)


Planet Earth: Austrian veganic farm

Sunday 7 November 2010

In an online episode of Planet Earth, a veganic farmer from Austria shows his fields and discusses his plant-based growing methods. Farmer Helmut provides veganic produce to over 100 families, and his fertilization is based on feeding the microorganisms with straw and grass cuttings.



Growing Green: Grow Your Own Fruit and Veg

Saturday 29 December 2012

Graham Cole demonstrates how you can feed your family on your allotment and garden using vegetable compost and green manures to obtain good crops of high nutritional value. No poisons or artificial fertilisers are used. This method is the kindest to the environment and all Earth’s creatures.



Organic no-till agroecology & permaculture at Woodleaf Farm

ONLINE-VIDEO
Monday 3 February 2014

This video showcases an integrative approach to fertility, insect management and disease reduction at Woodleaf Farm.



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