Food Growers Guidelines - Digital Download
An expert teaches his proven methods for growing your own food.
Packed with over 9 hours of intensive instruction, this 6-DVD set is essential training for anyone serious about gardening.
Bob Gregory of Berea Gardens runs an incredible 5-day training course at his farm in West Virginia. We have personally taken this course and highly recommend it to any person who is serious about successfully taking control of their food supply. CLICK HERE for more info about this course. After implementing the principles taught in this class, we personally saw a dramatic improvement in our garden.
Unfortunately, not everyone can take off from work for a week, travel to West Virginia, and register for Bob's excellent 5-day course. To meet the needs of those individuals, Bob distilled much of the core elements of his training course into this 6-DVD set with over 9 hours of expert training. While this set cannot replace taking the in-person course, it is the next best thing.
As Bob says, "The scientifically proven concepts and practices explained in these videos are the essential keys to your success in growing food, whether you are an experienced market farmer or just planting your first garden. Everything taught in this series will work 100% of the time and is applicable anywhere on the globe. Gain the benefit of learning the most important lessons I have gleaned from over 40 years of highly professional agricultural experience to grow the most abundant and healthful food possible in ways that are safe for you, for your crops and for the environment."
As a Certified Crop Consultant, agronomist, farmer, and educator, Bob Gregory has over 40 years of experience with traditional, sustainable and organic farming methods.
Classroom sessions in this 6-DVD set cover the history of modern agriculture and use recent developments with “big agri-business” to demonstrate the importance of growing our own food. A step-by-step approach for balancing your soil is then presented, followed by extensive segments on dealing with problems in the garden such as diseases, insects, and weeds. Finally, an entire section is spent discussing seed types, seed storage, and how to become sustainable by saving them.
Hands-on segments demonstrate how to take a soil sample for analysis, fencing options for protection from animals, and seed starting strategies.