Norman Hess: I just made my 4 garden beds , 2 of my beds are 4 ft wide , 16 ft long and 8" high. the other 2 beds are 2 ft wide , 16 ft long and 8" high. can you help me out with how much pre plant fertilizer per bed and how much weekly fee goes into my beds , I will be ready in another week to mix it all and start planting.
Carl Adams: I have been watching a lot of videos of people using the mittleider gardening method and I have noticed a lot of "organic" gardeners leaving comments saying not to use the mittleider method. Are these people threatened by the lower cost of mittleider gardening? The production? Or is it just a sanctimonious attitude? If people want to grow their own food I don’t see a problem in what method they choose.
Lerissa Beer: HI totally new to gardening and excited to try the Mittleider gardening. But living in Alaska having a hard time finding a straight number fertilizer. At Lowes I found a Lilly Miller 16-16-16 lawn and garden food granules (Lowe's item number #8046) I'm just ensure about the granules, is that the correct product to use? To mix with the Mittleider weekly feed?
Scott Mills: good enough for me. where can I get it?
Catherine Ellis: Amazon.com no longer has this fertilizer. In canada I can't find a dry fertilizer with 13 13 13 or any other number. It seems we are mostly stuck with water soluable fertilizer. Any ideas?
Scott Mills: is that a natural and organic fertilizer?
rileyray68: Ebay has 13-13-13 with reasonable shipping cost
Roxanne Stewart: Thank you for mentioning adding the perlite to control the moisture. I didn't know about that last year and it was frustrating.
morankewl: You are not a real prepper. What will you do when there is no chem fertilizer available? Sustainable as you say? You're just trying to remarketing the chemical factory products. While we are now trying hard to go back to nature.
Rob S: Do you have to change anything between vegetative and flowering cycles? Or do you feed the same all the way through the grow? Do you do any kind of flush cycle towards the end of fruit/vegetable production? Your great results speak for themselves. Hats off to ya. I really thought Organics was the best way. I will research this some more but it seems pointless. After seeing a few of your other videos, you never do anything with out thoroughly researching it first. Lastly, do you feel that your getting plenty of nutrition from your produce? Blows my mind that your not seeing any deficiencies, pest pressure etc. I bookmarked your link and will order for a small side x side test. Thanks for the information.
TRe' CooL: just do "back to eden gardening",... that will be enough for nutriens
MD B: I am in Canada. Does anyone know where I can get 13-13-13 or 16-16-16?
Walter Smiley: Who cares if it is sustainable? Question should be are results as nutritional as organic, is it easier to follow, and appealing to older gardeners who don't have energy for organic. Also, this is not a debate forum. It is a learning experience. If you disagree with the teacher, keep away from his classes and start your own class. It is not your place to try to undermine what the teacher is saying.
Walter Smiley: You say 1/2 oz weekly feed per foot, but not how wide box is. Your video shows two different box widths.
Director Project: a good sustainable organic best
Richard Goodrich: I just mixed up my weekly feed. I have my plants in the Walmart grow bag system per Larry Hall's channel. Mostly 1 plant per bag. I would like to dissolve the feed into water before applying it to the bags. What would you recommend as far as amounts and ratios? Really Like the channel!