BUGS and BLIGHT in the Garden!

Fighting the good fight: Man vs Mother Nature. Jaime walks you through her summer garden and experimental edible landscaping. Follow along as we show you first hand how we are learning to garden organically and what it really takes to learn to grow your own food.

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5 Comments

  1. I moved to Washington from Idaho a year ago. I went to a BE Gardener class taught by Ed Hume who is an expert in this area. He said never plant marigolds in your garden. It just rings the dinner bell for slugs and bugs and draws them to the delicious salad bar you have worked so hard on. I love your videos. Keep them coming. You have a great family and homestead. πŸ™‚

  2. Belva Dalidowich

    June 21, 2017 at 10:17 am

    I live in Michigan, not a farm and I have moles in back yard. Never did before this is the first year. They must have traveled here from NC??? πŸ™‚
    A friend old me to pour human urine down the mole holes. Not sure I’m going to do that….

  3. Ginger Hewitt

    June 20, 2017 at 2:47 pm

    Hi
    I just watched your video from June 2017 and I completely understand your frustration with voles. We live in NC as well and since we moved toward western NC we have not had a problem with them. Not sure if we just got lucky this year or if it was all about ” location, location, location” but no problem with those little crittters now.

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